Hazel from Emmerdale has returned to the community and is certain that her son-in-law Jamie Tate attacked her and severely injured his mother Kim.
Kim was upset when her granddaughter Millie was taken away from her because she continued to believe that Jamie had faked his death to get even with her.
But now that Hazel and Millie are returned, Kate Anthony is also back.
We delve deeply into her life away from the ITV Dales, from her rise to prominence in rival series Coronation Street to her Jewish lifestyle and marriage to her well-known husband.
Rival soap fame
Prior to being well-known as Hazel in Emmerdale, Kate was most well-known for her role as Pam Hobsworth in Coronation Street, where she appeared in a total of 128 episodes, including the famous tram crash.
Pam, Molly Dobbs’ shady aunt who was most known for her money-making schemes, was saddened when her niece died in the tram accident.
She didn’t like Molly’s relationship with Kevin Webster either after learning that Tyrone was being dirty by Bill’s son, her boyfriend Bill.
Kate has had a long career and has acted in soap operas like Heartbeat, Casualty, and Doctors.
Sweet family and famous hubby
Gary Barak, a native of Newcastle, and Kate were wed in 1986.
Gary founded Chicane, a PR and marketing company for the motor sports industry, and his father Philip was the oldest active racer in the UK.
He was 76 years old and still competing.
Nathan and Lola are the names of the couple’s two children.
Game of Thrones fame
Along her appearances in everything from Casualty to Shakespeare plays, Kate rose to fame with Richard E. Grant in the HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones.
She was chosen to play a Bravossi woman on the episode, and she remarked that the filming’s extreme secrecy was “hilarious.”
The celebrity admitted: “I went to the audition and had to sign three pieces of paper right away promising not to talk about the audition.
They wouldn’t even provide me any background information on the role, so I had to read from a script that had already broadcast.
Once she was given the position, Kate admitted that she had to be emailed through a unique account that required a code to access, and that emails were promptly erased from the system after being downloaded.
They received scripts that solely had my scenes—nothing about my character or the other parts, she continued. I had no notion how she fit into the wider world.
“They flew me to Girona so that we could film, and I slept in a hotel with just the actors who were in my sequences. Sincerely, I had no idea what was happening.
Richard, her co-star, admitted to being equally perplexed in a humorous conversation. Kate laughed: “He answered, ‘I’ve no idea sweetheart. Say the phrase and take the paycheck.
Since Kate is Jewish in her real life, she is unable to schedule work for occasions like Yom Kippur.
The celebrity confessed to TheJC.com about her religious beliefs: “I maintain kosher at home and adhere to it when I travel.
Because I typically perform two shows each day, I obviously don’t get to attend to shul very often on Shabbat. However, my agent is aware not to schedule events around Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah.
While Kate was still an ardent member of the Ealing United Hebrew Congregation when her son Nathan received his bar-mitzvah in 2017, she also had a son.