Tony Hutchinsons world is about to be flipped around – again – as his dad, Edward (Joe McGann) heads to Hollyoaks.
And, just when you think the businessman, played by Nick Pickard, is settling into married life with Diane (Alex Fletcher), it turns out his father is the new super villain in town.
Because nothing is ever easy in Chester…
A first look at Edward reveals the surgeon couldnt be more different than his loveable son, which means there will be even more drama in store.
Edward couldnt be more different than loveable Tony, a Hollyoaks spokesperson confirmed.
Hes a highly manipulative and narcissistic surgeon who has only his best interests at heart.
The height of his villainy will build to a huge story running across the anniversary and beyond.
Next year marks the award-winning soaps 25-year anniversary of being on our screens – and Joe revealed hes popped up to make sure it doesnt go smoothly.
Speaking about the role, he said: Im coming in to play Edward Hutchinson, a surgeon who is going to rustle some feathers around here. Im looking forward to that.
Im looking forward very much to joining in with this very good team, the current Soap Champions!
25 years of Tony in Hollyoaks and finally we found out where his dads come from. Its a blessing to be asked to do this, stepping into such a good team with such good characters.
While his on-screen son, Nick, added: Hollyoaks has been around for nearly twenty-five years, and I have been there for every single one of them.
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of meeting Joe McGann who is coming in to play Tonys dad, Edward.
In 2020 we celebrate our 25th anniversary, so what better way than by getting to know some more of Tonys family? I have to warn you though, Edward is definitely here to ruffle a few feathers! Heres to the next twenty-five years!
Bring. It. On.
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