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OLIVER COLEMAN PLAYS DR TOM KENT. AGE: 28 SIGNIFICANT RELATIONSHIPS: "He's quite a flirt, and him and Linda get on very well, they're compatible as doctor and nurse. There may be something there but don't quote me on that one!" . CHARLOTTE SALT PLAYS MAJOR SAM NICHOLLS. The latest Tweets from Oliver Coleman (@MrOliverColeman). tonight. familiar faces and one very special new one, Charlotte salt Perfect Friday family viewing. Charlotte Salt reveals what she gets up to on the average weekend former Casualty actor Oliver Coleman, and their one-year-old son, Leo.
She puts Keith in a headlock, which fractures a bone in his neck. The situation also affects Sam's colleagues, who feel that they have to support her. However, she refuses to meet with Keith as she feels that it was not her fault.
Zoe asks Dylan to persuade Sam to change her mind, but he is hesitant to get involved.
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Salt told Ellis that Sam fails to realise that she cannot lash out at people without consequences. Dylan tries to avoid giving his, while Zoe learns that she will be called as a witness. While Sam is treating patients from a suicide bombing, Sam is alarmed when it seems one of them is reaching for a device and she makes "a split-second decision which has life-changing consequences.
Salt enjoyed exploring Sam's past, and commented that Sam and Iain's affair "was just a moment of comfort — it's a different world out there in Afghanistan. Salt explained that if Sam is found guilty she would lose everything, as she would no longer be allowed to work as a doctor.
She then decides to fire her legal team and represent herself. Salt thought it was "madness", but said that Sam needed to feel that she was in control of her own fate. However, Dylan is shocked when Iain reveals that he and Sam were romantically involved, and that Sam has been affected by the events in Afghanistan.
She continued, "The lose all sense of professionalism, and end up bickering in the middle of the hearing room! Salt believed that Sam would be changed by the whole situation, saying she would be more cautious. Salt commented, "But she could find herself in a situation where she's more into the romance than the other person is.
The pair shared a chemistry that came to a head when Sam's friend Melanie Fox Melanie McLean was admitted to the hospital. Sam "reluctantly" leaves Tom to treat Melanie. But ahead of the staff Halloween party, they share a kiss in the staff room while getting ready, just as Dylan walks in.
What I'd like to see is a more personal look at what they get up to away from work. And I think we will be seeing more of that — there's a lot more fun things coming up for them both. When she is asked on a date by another doctor, Tom becomes jealous and realises that he wants to commit to her.
He tries to keep his plans a secret, but nurse Robyn Miller Amanda Henderson sees Tom showing off the ring to a patient, and soon everyone in the ED knows. Tom feels "betrayed" and decided not to propose, but Sam, having learned of his plan, proposes to him instead.
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Sam defends herself, telling Tom that his jealousy is the reason why she kept it a secret. After Tom asks Sam to think about whether she wants to marry him or not, she gets drunk with Iain and kisses him. She also said that Sam knows it was a mistake and wants to forget it ever happened.
They help to save the workman and Iain is one of the paramedics that arrives on the scene. Sam does not feel disappointment when she and Tom miss their ceremony, and she questions whether they should get married at all.
Although Sam and Tom wanted a low key ceremony, they love that their friends are with them. The actors began a relationship after meeting on set and became engaged just before Sam and Tom did on-screen. Salt commented, "It was lovely for us to top off an amazing couple of years on a fantastic note with Sam and Tom getting married. Without revealing who, Hossington commented "I don't want to give too much away now.
Fans can expect an old face to return, but maybe not in the guise they are expecting. She also said Sam would be interacting with both Dylan and Iain upon her return. Sam was always such a kick-ass female role so it's really exciting to be telling her story again". She also liked the variation in filming locations, commenting "There are different challenges, and I get to work outdoors and meet all the brilliant guest stars.
It feels like a different job. The storyline begins with Sam dealing with a "traumatic" incident that occurred during her shift, where she had to amputate a teenager's foot.
Jacob provides Sam with support and they grow closer when Sam offers to give Jacob's son Blake Kai Thorne some boxing lessons. And I like going out to the countryside. As she's worked with the team and come into contact with new people it's affected her. In the fire she inadvertently became a hero. I think we were both a bit shocked as in real life we're quite like brother and sister. I hadn't considered it but the producers said they'd seen some chemistry on screen.
She meets Lloyd's parents and feels out of place as culturally it's very different. I was personally interested in that. I'm interested to sew how it comes together. People don't realise that it doesn't happen just once, we do it until we get it right, so every time it was just wiped off with a baby wipe and we'd go again.
I think it's a mixture of apple juice and porridge and cornflakes. There isn't much opportunity for him to tap-dance on the table, but the sarcasm he employs is grounded in reality.
- Casualty actress Charlotte Salt reveals her average weekend
He genuinely gets frustrated in situations. We're very much estranged and Dylan has remarried his dog Dervla, who he has a much stronger relationship with. I understand the desire to want to see the conclusion, but once that happens there's nowhere for that to go. The anticipation is delicious. I started out training to be a doctor before I decided to act and I'm still fascinated by the endless variety of diseases and the endless amounts of questions that arise each time. People here are really lovely and I'm flattered that people know what goes on.
I think the audience thought, 'Maybe. We see him get over-involved with patients - if they drink he's got an opinion about that, if they come from difficult circumstances he has an opinion about that. I don't like funny-coloured liquids and I don't like guts but this has been good for me. In my third episode I had to undress a tramp's leg wound, and there were maggots and it was very disgusting. The brave face I put on was so fake. I'm starting to feel a bit more settled now.