Terry Woods made his first appearance on Emmerdale in 1995, and fans may recall him.
Billy Hartman portrayed him, and he was involved in several major plotlines, including his affair with Viv Windsor, a stroke in 2003, and his tumultuous relationship with Dawn Hope.
But, in Emmerdale, what happened to Terry Woods, and where is Billy Hartman now?
In Emmerdale, who portrayed Terry Woods?
Billy Hartman portrayed Terry Woods from 1995 until 2011.
He was one of the episode’s longest-serving actors, initially appearing with wife Britt in February 1995, when the brewer convinced Alan Turner to take up a bar manager position at The Woolpack.
In Emmerdale, what happens to Terry Woods?
Terry Woods (Deena Payne) and Viv Hope (Terry Woods) were killed off in early 2011 after 16 years on the drama.
On January 13th, he perished while attempting to save Viv from a burning post office.
What happened to Billy Hartman?
Billy and his Emmerdale co-stars Steve Halliwell and Alun Lewis were members of the UK country rock trio The Woolpackers before joining the soap.
In November 1996, the soap three had a UK smash single with “Hillbilly Rock Hillbilly Roll.”
He also starred as Dougal MacLeod, Connor McLeod’s cousin, in the movie Highlander.
Billy also appeared in the horror film Slaughter High and performed in Howard Goodall’s musical The Hired Man in its original West End staging.
On 1993, the actor starred in The Bill, and the following year, he appeared in a Heartbeat episode.
Following his tenure on Emmerdale, Billy appeared in Casualty in 2013 as Graham O’Reilly, and he had a tiny role in Keeping Faith in 2019.