Holby City is coming to an end tonight after 23 years of serving the country with their gripping medical dramas.
Last year, the BBC announced that they had screwed up the show, which hurt fans.
At the time of the scandal, the BBC said: “We are extremely proud of Holby City but are saddened to announce that after 23 years, the show will end on screen next March.
“We sometimes have to make tough decisions to make room for new opportunities and as part of the BBC’s commitment to delivering more programming across the UK, we’ve made the decision. The difficult decision was to end the show to reshape BBC drama to better reflect, represent and serve all parts of the country.
“Holby has become a hit with audiences, delighting millions of moviegoers every week and winning hundreds of awards with its compelling mix of cutting-edge medical stories and personal stories. boom.
“We look forward to working with the team over the coming months to ensure that when it’s over, Holby is in top form.”
But where are the old Holby City stars now? From Jeremy Edwards to Hugh Quarshie here at The Mirror, we’re on a trip back into memory.
Hugh Anthony Quarshie
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Hugh Antony Quarshie is a British actor of Ghanaian descent who is best known for his role as Ric Griffin in the hit medical drama which ends tonight.
He played the role for 19 years and was the longest serving actor until he confirmed his departure in October 2020 – which left fans completely heartbroken.
Ric has departed in Series 22, with his departure episode set to air in November 2020.
In addition to starring in Holby City, he also appeared in Doctor Who and Star Wars.
Hugh has a large presence on Twitter and his bio says: “Actor. Director. Writer. African, British, European. Much more.”
At the start of the month, one fan tweeted Hugh: “If @HughQuarshie hadn’t come as Ric Griffin when he did, I wouldn’t have been a long-term @BBCHolbyCity fan.”
Added: “I really don’t like Anton Meyer and find his dark demeanor something to watch. However, Ric has a warmth and good sense of humanity that Meyer doesn’t have.”
Hugh then replied: “Thanks, but don’t tell George Irving…”
He can often be found supporting important causes or sharing witty tweets on his account.
Tina Ellen Hobley
Tina is known for her recurring role as Chrissie Williams.
The gorgeous blonde left Holby City in November 2013 after 12 years playing the role of Chrissie.
In 2013 Smooth Radio announced that Tina would be leaving TV to become a radio presenter – she started her Sundays online before moving on to host Smooth Drive Home on Smooth London in October. January 2017 to July 2019.
She now presents Sunday afternoons on Smooth Radio and often documents this on her Instagram page.
In February 2016, she appeared on The Jump but was forced to retire after dislocating her shoulder, breaking her arm, and tore the anterior cruciate ligament.
It is known that seven months after suffering these injuries, she is still not fully recovered and the damage to her body has limited her movement to the point that she cannot perform basic daily tasks on her own. .
Robert Ostlere is an English actor, who is known for playing young love and doctor Arthur Digby in the popular medical series.
Famous for being socially awkward and extremely intelligent, Arthur’s dressing sense is extremely deft and his entire personality impresses viewers.
He was brought to our screens in January 2013 and departed in June 2016 – holding his role for more than three years.
The National Television Awards have long listed him as best newcomer for his role in Holby City.
After three years, he decided to leave the BBC show, which resulted in the show killing off his character.
The producers planned a late-stage cancer storyline that focused on the importance of checking the skin for melanoma.
In addition to starring in Holby, he also appeared in Game of Thrones as Waymar Royce, I Hate Suzie as Young Phil, and Restless as the Shop Assistant.
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Jeremy Edwards is an English actor best known for playing Danny Shaughnessy in Holby City – but like Holby, he’s had a brilliant career in television.
You might know him for playing Kurt Benson on the Hollyoaks 4 soap opera from 1995 to 1999, before joining Holby City for four years.
After a stint in medical drama, he joined the series Celebrity Big Brother in January 2005 and finished in fourth place.
In 2008, he appeared as a police inspector named Fraser in Emmerdale, and a year later he joined Dancing On Ice, where he teamed up with Darya Nucci.
In addition to a fruitful television career, he has starred in various stage shows and appeared in several pantomime plays.
In October 2019, he appeared on The X Factor: Celebrity, alongside serious professional Brendan Cole, but was mocked after his performance.
Jeremy was unimpressed with the judges’ comments after they criticized the duo’s singing ability.
Backstage, the former Holby star said: “Don’t. I’m serious, don’t. That’s horrible. I don’t want fake cows t**t! They’re really mean, that’s sad.
“You’re like, we’re trying, we’re turning off the TV in the UK and people know us and they love us.”
In 2020, on Hollyoaks’ 25th anniversary, he reprized his role of Kurt for a couple of weeks.
Patsy is an actress and model, and is perhaps best known as the lead singer of the band Eighth Wonder in the 1980s.
From 2004–2006 Patsy starred in Emmerdale as Sadie King before moving on to BBC One to play Faye Morton in Holby City.
She spent a number of Faye years on Holby from 2007–2010, but returned in 2019 with a one-time cameo.
After leaving Holby, she stayed in the BBC area and took part in the serious dance.
2015 saw her become housemates and enter the Celebrity House for a total of 21 days.
On Instagram, she has almost 100,000 followers and today, she posted a sweet tribute to the city of Holby on her page.
Posting a snap of herself as Faye from the medical drama she wrote: “Holby City is so sad.. I had a great time working on that show for four and a half years. with amazing people in front of and behind the camera… I love you all, Patsy Love and light
Paul Bradley is known for his role as Elliot Hope in the BBC medical drama series City of Holby a role he played for ten years from 2005 to 2015 and again in 2019.
Known as a sweet and eccentric character, he is one of the fan favorites.
When he took on the role of Elliott, he watched real-life heart surgery be performed.
He based his portrayal of Elliot on his own father, a doctor.
He also played Nigel Bates on the BBC soap opera EastEnders from 1992 to 1998.
Since leaving the television world, he has been a guitarist and lead vocalist in the musical group The hKippers – the silent ‘h’.
Last summer of 2021, Paul played Major Metcalfe in the long-term West End A mousetrap .
Paul has an Instagram account with almost 3,000 followers – he can often be seen posting IPA beer reviews on it.
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