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Drag and drop boxes to rearrange! Who is Lee Mead? Biography, gossip, facts?
Tuesday night's episode saw the groundwork laid for Lofty's first big storyline as he kissed his patient Lenny, played by former Emmerdale star Micah Balfour. Lofty is gay! Wasn't expecting that leemeadofficial.
The singer and TV actor, 36, is celebrating a successful 10 year career. And his live tour will celebrate his most treasured songs. But then a few years later I got offered the role in my own right.
The hospital drama was launched in and has tackled many controversial issues over years, so it's no wonder BBC bosses were surprised when they received numerous complaints recently about the number of homosexual characters featured on the programme - despite the fact only four out of the 17 regulars are not straight. Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, Oliver Kent, the BBC's head of continuing drama, said: "I am involved in 'Holby City' and we had complaints recently because it was deemed by some viewers that we had too many gay characters. We had four characters out of
The character is introduced to fill the role of a young, male nurse. Mead previously appeared in the drama in the twenty-sixth series of Casualty. Lofty originally appears as a staff nurse but is promoted to senior staff nurse in
Lee Mead has a mass of curly hair normally seen on a toddler and a face as smooth as batter. He looks 16, too young to be a West End star and a sex symbol to middle-aged women. Too young to lead the Jews to anywhere but a creche.
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