Coronation Street is a British soap opera that has been broadcast on television continuously since the year 1960. Bill Fellows, an English actor and producer, plays the role of Stu in the show.
When he was in his twenties, the 65-year-old actor attended the Guildford School of Drama for acting training. After being cast for the role of Bill on Coronation Street a year ago, he has already appeared in more than 50 episodes of the show.
Bill Fellows Playing Stu on Coronation Street
In October of the previous year, Bill made an appearance on Weatherfield playing the role of Stu. While he was living on the streets around Weatherfield, he discovered evidence that led to the arrest of Corey Bent for the murder of Seb Franklin. As a result, Corey Bent was taken into custody and charged with the crime.
Kelly Neelan, who was falsely accused of carrying out the murder, should now be free to roam but instead finds herself living on the streets alongside Stu. Now, Kelly would get to know Stu, and they would become good friends. After three months of filming, the actor playing Stu, Bill, gets a job as a chef at Speed Daal, the restaurant where he was injured in the fire. Yasmeen Metcalfe held a very special place in Stu’s heart.
In the past few weeks, Stu has been exhibiting strange behavior as Lucy, his ex-wife, has arrived at the scene with allegations and ordered Stu to stay away from his daughter Bridget Woodrow. Lucy has accused Stu of having an inappropriate relationship with Bridget. After passing out on the sidewalk, Stu, who is lonely and depressed, makes his way to the hospital bed by himself. Stu is transported to the hospital by his friend Kelly as well as Aadi Alahan. Fans of this popular British ITV soap opera will have to be patient and watch how ‘Stu’ stories develop in the future.
Bill Fellows Movie & Television Appearances
Bill Fellows who hail from a small town in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, has played a big or small part in several popular British television series and reality shows, including Waterloo Road, Broadchurt, The Paradise Club, Holby City, Hunderby, The Brothers Darwin, Broadchurch, The Midnight Beast, New World, Gold Digger, Casualty Rose, and Maloney, Land Girls, Wolfblood, Vera, This Time with Alan Patridge, and more.
Bill has appeared in a number of movies, all of which have been quite successful, in addition to his work in television shows. Born Mucky is a narrator who has appeared in films such as How to Sleep the Brave, Stormy Monday, Sub Zero, Witch House: The Legend of Petronel Haxley, The Tournament, Until Death, Zombie Women of Satan, Once Upon a Time in Dublin, In Our Name, Harrigan, Bloodless, Almost Married, Lady Macbeth, Broken, Hit the North, and the list could go on and on forever.
In the classic British television drama series Downtown Abbey, which was filmed in Yorkshire at the turn of the 20th century, Bill Fellows played the role of Joe Burns, a farmer. The television series, which ran for a total of six seasons before coming to an end in the year 2020, was honored with 63 primetime Emmy Awards and received hundreds of nominations for various awards and categories, including those honoring the best drama, costumes, performance, supporting actress, and many others.
One of Bill’s most recent appearances on television was in an episode of the American sports drama series Ted Lasso. In this show, he plays the role of George Carrick, a former coach for the AFC Richmond team. The second season of the show began airing in 2017, and the premiere date for the third season of Ted Lasso has not yet been determined.
Bill Fellows Playing ‘Stu’ Is Now 65
Bill spent his childhood in the Middlesbrough area of Teeside. He was born under the sign of Gemini and has a height of 5 feet 10 inches. Bill was born on May 25th, 1957, and in the year 1999, he became a father to his son Dyland Reeves Fellows. It would appear that son Dylan has followed in the footsteps of his actor father, as he also works in the industry.