Wednesday, September 13, 2017

RIP Terence Harvey



'We send our love and condolences': Emotional Hollyoaks bosses confirm the death of actor Terence Harvey... as his former co-stars pay tribute

Daily Mail
By Jabeen Waheed
September 12, 2017

    Hollyoaks have confirmed the death of former soap star Terence Harvey
    The actor had appeared on the soap for six years between 2004-2010
    Producer Bryan Kirkwood revealed the news via an emotional post he shared in tribute to the star on Hollyoaks' official Twitter account
    No other details surrounding Terence's death are yet known

Show bosses for Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks have confirmed that former cast member Terence Harvey has passed away.

Producer Bryan Kirkwood shared the sad news of the soap star, who had starred on the show from 2004-2010, in an emotional post via Twitter.

No details surrounding Terence's death are yet known. MailOnline have contacted a representative for Hollyoaks.

The heartfelt statement, posted on Hollyoaks' official account on the social media site, read: 'RIP Terence Harvey, who played Alistair Longford, a fantastic actor and friend of #Hollyoaks…' 

It continued: 'It's with sadness we share the news that friend of Hollyoaks, Terence Harvey, has died.

'Along with many other roles on TV over the years, Terence played Alistair Longford on Hollyoaks, the father of Texas and India, and Cindy's millionaire second husband.

'Hollyoaks sends our love and condolences to Terence's family,' it was concluded. 

The actor had last appeared on the Channel 4 soap seven years ago, having been involved in some very dramatic storylines during his run on the show.

Most noticeably, Terrence, who took on the role of a wealthy pensioner, romanced devious Cindy Cunningham played by Stephanie Waring.

The two married and were meant to have a happily ever after, however Cindy returned to the show to explain that her husband had died in mysterious circumstances during a skiing getaway.

Following news of his passing, Stephanie had taken to Twitter to pay her respects to the star, tweeting: 'Such a sad loss R.I.P Terence.'

She wasn't the only one to send her condolences, as Titanic star Paul Brightwell and Good Will Hunting actress Minnie Driver were seen reminiscing about a time they had worked with Terence on the social media site.

Responding to a tweet director Steve Hughes had posted, Paul said: '@driverminnie do you remember when we kidnapped TH for Pete Howitt? Sad news.'

Minnie replied: 'I do remember . Ah, he was a lovely man.'

Steve's initial tweet had read: 'Sad to hear about the death of character actor Terence Harvey. He starred in the last ep of Doctors I did in 2009. Great actor. Lovely man.'

His tweet also struck a chord with Emmerdale star John Mone, who plays Lawrence White on the ITV soap, responded: 'RIP. Terence Harvey.'

Holby City star Roger Barclay added: 'I had the pleasure to work with him twice. Lovely actor, one from the old school.'

Terence has lent his acting talents to a plethora of other endeavours, as well as Hollyoaks, starring alongside Rowan Atkinson in Johnny English back in 2003.

He has also seen Hollywood success with parts in, From Hell, Basic Instinct 2, Hustle, Waking the Dead and Downton Abbey.

Quite the keen soap lover, Terence has also appeared in BBC's EastEnders, where viewers saw him take on the role of a judge.

His last acting credential was in this year's movie release Viceroy's House, which saw him star alongside Hugh Bonneville, Michael Gambon and Gillian Anderson.


HARVEY, Terence
Born: 1958
Died: 9/12/2017

Terence Harvey’s western – actor:
Sky Bandits – 1986 (Canning)

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