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Jake Moon is a fictional character from the British soap opera EastEnders, played by Joel Beckett.wikipedia
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Joel Beckett

Jake Moon is a fictional character from the British soap opera EastEnders, played by Joel Beckett.
Joel Beckett (born Joel Bygraves) is an actor, known for playing Jake Moon in the BBC soap opera EastEnders from December 2004 to October 2006 and as Lee in the British comedy series The Office.

Danny Moon

Danny
Jake is introduced alongside his younger brother Danny Moon (Jake Maskall) and upon his arrival was described as "the sensitive brother who had an eye for the ladies", while Beckett expressed his happiness at joining the show. Jake Moon makes his first appearance on 30 December 2004, arriving in Walford along with his brother Danny (Jake Maskall); the pair soon turn out to be second cousins of Alfie (Shane Richie) and his brother Spencer (Christopher Parker) respectively.
The character debuted alongside his older brother Jake (Joel Beckett), and both are depicted to be cousins of established character Alfie Moon (Shane Richie).

Jake Maskall

Jake is introduced alongside his younger brother Danny Moon (Jake Maskall) and upon his arrival was described as "the sensitive brother who had an eye for the ladies", while Beckett expressed his happiness at joining the show. Jake Moon makes his first appearance on 30 December 2004, arriving in Walford along with his brother Danny (Jake Maskall); the pair soon turn out to be second cousins of Alfie (Shane Richie) and his brother Spencer (Christopher Parker) respectively.
He returned to EastEnders for a brief stint in March 2006 when the character was killed off by brother Jake Moon (played by Joel Beckett) after it was revealed he had killed Dennis Rickman under Johnny Allen's orders.

Johnny Allen (EastEnders)

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During his time on the show, Jake represents several plotlines that each contribute to his strained interactions with both Danny and their crime boss Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) - most notably in the Get Johnny Week scenario where Jake accidentally kills Danny shortly after learning that Danny had killed local hardman Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman) on Johnny's orders.
Soon afterwards, Johnny proceeds to exile his henchman Danny Moon (Jake Maskall) from Walford in retaliation for Danny burning down his house in a failed attempt to gain respect; instigate a feud with former acquaintance Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) after she turns his daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton) against him; become arch-enemies with Peggy's two sons Phil (Steve McFadden) and Grant (Ross Kemp), also known as "The Mitchell Brothers", after they return to rescue their mother from a mugging he arranged for her; develop a conflict with Danny's brother Jake (Joel Beckett) upon discovering that his girlfriend Chrissie Watts (Tracy Ann Oberman) murdered her estranged husband Den (Leslie Grantham) and framed Peggy's daughter Sam (Kim Medcalf) for the crime; and ordered the death of local hardman Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman) after being attacked by the latter in retribution for threatening his wife Sharon (Letitia Dean).

Get Johnny Week

During his time on the show, Jake represents several plotlines that each contribute to his strained interactions with both Danny and their crime boss Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) - most notably in the Get Johnny Week scenario where Jake accidentally kills Danny shortly after learning that Danny had killed local hardman Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman) on Johnny's orders.
The storyline refers to the character of Johnny Allen (Billy Murray), the show's main antagonist, and also features the characters of his daughter Ruby Allen (Louisa Lytton); enemies Grant (Ross Kemp) and Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden); and former henchmen Jake (Joel Beckett) and Danny Moon (Jake Maskall).

Billy Murray (actor)

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During his time on the show, Jake represents several plotlines that each contribute to his strained interactions with both Danny and their crime boss Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) - most notably in the Get Johnny Week scenario where Jake accidentally kills Danny shortly after learning that Danny had killed local hardman Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman) on Johnny's orders.
Murray's character as Johnny Allen made his first appearance on 4 January 2005, and became the show's main antagonist upon terrorizing numerous characters on the programme - including sworn enemy Peggy Mitchell; her sons Phil Mitchell and Grant Mitchell; their cousin Billy Mitchell, whom Johnny initially employed in his criminal empire; Phil and Grant's ex-lover Sharon Watts; her godmother Pauline Fowler; his daughter's best friend Stacey Slater; and even his own henchman Jake Moon.

Chrissie Watts

Chrissie
This involves the character developing a feud with Johnny's gangland rival Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), up to the point where Jake witnesses Johnny killing Andy on the show's 20th anniversary episode; sparking a romance with local barlady Chrissie Watts (Tracy Ann Oberman) that leads to the pair attempting to flee the county after Jake discovered that Chrissie murdered her estranged husband Den (Leslie Grantham) and framed her Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime; becoming embroiled in Chrissie and Johnny's respective conflict against the Mitchell family; forming a brief relationship with fellow neighbour Carly Wicks (Kellie Shirley); and clashing with his business partner Sean Slater (Robert Kazinsky) upon learning of his scheme to exploit Johnny's daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
She successfully removes Zoe from the Square for a time, and begins a relationship with Jake Moon (Joel Beckett); however, Sam has taken the doorstop and hidden it in her flat.

Dennis Rickman

Dennis
During his time on the show, Jake represents several plotlines that each contribute to his strained interactions with both Danny and their crime boss Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) - most notably in the Get Johnny Week scenario where Jake accidentally kills Danny shortly after learning that Danny had killed local hardman Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman) on Johnny's orders.
Nearly three months after the character's death, Dennis became the posthumous catalyst for the Get Johnny Week storyline in which Phil and Grant - known as "The Mitchell Brothers" - sought to avenge his death by bringing Johnny to justice; in the end, Dennis death is avenged when his killer Danny was shot dead by his brother Jake (Joel Beckett) while Johnny was forced by his daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton) to surrender himself to the police after she discovered that her father is responsible for Dennis' murder - the result of which later caused Johnny to die of a fatal heart attack following his life imprisonment sentence for Dennis' murder.

Andy Hunter (EastEnders)

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This involves the character developing a feud with Johnny's gangland rival Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), up to the point where Jake witnesses Johnny killing Andy on the show's 20th anniversary episode; sparking a romance with local barlady Chrissie Watts (Tracy Ann Oberman) that leads to the pair attempting to flee the county after Jake discovered that Chrissie murdered her estranged husband Den (Leslie Grantham) and framed her Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime; becoming embroiled in Chrissie and Johnny's respective conflict against the Mitchell family; forming a brief relationship with fellow neighbour Carly Wicks (Kellie Shirley); and clashing with his business partner Sean Slater (Robert Kazinsky) upon learning of his scheme to exploit Johnny's daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
In his third act of the show, Andy planned to swindle £750,000 from fellow mob boss Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) upon becoming enemies with his two henchmen and Alfie's cousins; Jake (Joel Beckett) and his younger brother Danny (Jake Maskall).

EastEnders

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Jake Moon is a fictional character from the British soap opera EastEnders, played by Joel Beckett.
In August 2006, a scene involving Carly Wicks (Kellie Shirley) and Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) having sex on the floor of Scarlet nightclub, and another scene involving Owen Turner (Lee Ross) violently attacking Denise Fox (Diane Parish), prompted 129 and 128 complaints, respectively.

Carly Wicks

Carly
This involves the character developing a feud with Johnny's gangland rival Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), up to the point where Jake witnesses Johnny killing Andy on the show's 20th anniversary episode; sparking a romance with local barlady Chrissie Watts (Tracy Ann Oberman) that leads to the pair attempting to flee the county after Jake discovered that Chrissie murdered her estranged husband Den (Leslie Grantham) and framed her Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime; becoming embroiled in Chrissie and Johnny's respective conflict against the Mitchell family; forming a brief relationship with fellow neighbour Carly Wicks (Kellie Shirley); and clashing with his business partner Sean Slater (Robert Kazinsky) upon learning of his scheme to exploit Johnny's daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
Carly begins a romance with Martin Fowler (James Alexandrou), but he takes the relationship more seriously than she does and she eventually ends it to begin a sexually charged relationship with Jake Moon (Joel Beckett), which ends a week later.

Sean Slater

Sean
This involves the character developing a feud with Johnny's gangland rival Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), up to the point where Jake witnesses Johnny killing Andy on the show's 20th anniversary episode; sparking a romance with local barlady Chrissie Watts (Tracy Ann Oberman) that leads to the pair attempting to flee the county after Jake discovered that Chrissie murdered her estranged husband Den (Leslie Grantham) and framed her Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime; becoming embroiled in Chrissie and Johnny's respective conflict against the Mitchell family; forming a brief relationship with fellow neighbour Carly Wicks (Kellie Shirley); and clashing with his business partner Sean Slater (Robert Kazinsky) upon learning of his scheme to exploit Johnny's daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
He soon visits Johnny in prison after clashing with his henchman Jake Moon (Joel Beckett), who is quick to discover Sean's plan and inform Johnny of the situation.

Den Watts

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This involves the character developing a feud with Johnny's gangland rival Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), up to the point where Jake witnesses Johnny killing Andy on the show's 20th anniversary episode; sparking a romance with local barlady Chrissie Watts (Tracy Ann Oberman) that leads to the pair attempting to flee the county after Jake discovered that Chrissie murdered her estranged husband Den (Leslie Grantham) and framed her Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime; becoming embroiled in Chrissie and Johnny's respective conflict against the Mitchell family; forming a brief relationship with fellow neighbour Carly Wicks (Kellie Shirley); and clashing with his business partner Sean Slater (Robert Kazinsky) upon learning of his scheme to exploit Johnny's daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton). Jake soon repairs his relationship with Chrissie - whom he recently had a fling with - and is later shocked when she admits to have killed her husband and Johnny's close friend, Den (Leslie Grantham) - whose body had been uncovered from the cellar of The Queen Victoria pub, several weeks before; Jake is further surprised to learn that Chrissie killed Den on the same night that Johnny murdered Andy - as well as framing her nemesis Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime.
After working together to extract CCTV footage of Chrissie confessing Den's murder to her boyfriend Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) in Johnny's nightclub, Dennis and Sharon help the Mitchells prove Sam's innocence; the police are called and Chrissie is arrested after Sharon intercepts her attempt to flee the country via the airport, and avenges Den's death by punching her whilst blurting out the last words she told Den before his murder.

Alfie Moon

Alfie
Jake and Danny are cousins of established character Alfie Moon (Shane Richie). Jake Moon makes his first appearance on 30 December 2004, arriving in Walford along with his brother Danny (Jake Maskall); the pair soon turn out to be second cousins of Alfie (Shane Richie) and his brother Spencer (Christopher Parker) respectively.

Sam Mitchell (EastEnders)

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This involves the character developing a feud with Johnny's gangland rival Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), up to the point where Jake witnesses Johnny killing Andy on the show's 20th anniversary episode; sparking a romance with local barlady Chrissie Watts (Tracy Ann Oberman) that leads to the pair attempting to flee the county after Jake discovered that Chrissie murdered her estranged husband Den (Leslie Grantham) and framed her Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime; becoming embroiled in Chrissie and Johnny's respective conflict against the Mitchell family; forming a brief relationship with fellow neighbour Carly Wicks (Kellie Shirley); and clashing with his business partner Sean Slater (Robert Kazinsky) upon learning of his scheme to exploit Johnny's daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton). Jake soon repairs his relationship with Chrissie - whom he recently had a fling with - and is later shocked when she admits to have killed her husband and Johnny's close friend, Den (Leslie Grantham) - whose body had been uncovered from the cellar of The Queen Victoria pub, several weeks before; Jake is further surprised to learn that Chrissie killed Den on the same night that Johnny murdered Andy - as well as framing her nemesis Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime.
Eventually, with help from Sharon and Dennis – who end up learning the truth about their father's murder – the Mitchells are finally able to prevent Johnny from destroying the videotape of Chrissie confessing Den's murder to her boyfriend, Danny's brother Jake Moon (Joel Beckett); the police are given the tape and they end up arresting Chrissie at the airport for Den's murder.

Ruby Allen

Ruby
This involves the character developing a feud with Johnny's gangland rival Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), up to the point where Jake witnesses Johnny killing Andy on the show's 20th anniversary episode; sparking a romance with local barlady Chrissie Watts (Tracy Ann Oberman) that leads to the pair attempting to flee the county after Jake discovered that Chrissie murdered her estranged husband Den (Leslie Grantham) and framed her Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime; becoming embroiled in Chrissie and Johnny's respective conflict against the Mitchell family; forming a brief relationship with fellow neighbour Carly Wicks (Kellie Shirley); and clashing with his business partner Sean Slater (Robert Kazinsky) upon learning of his scheme to exploit Johnny's daughter Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
He is about to kill Grant when Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) shoots him instead and kills him.

The Queen Victoria

The Queen VicQueen VicThe Queen Victoria pub
Jake soon repairs his relationship with Chrissie - whom he recently had a fling with - and is later shocked when she admits to have killed her husband and Johnny's close friend, Den (Leslie Grantham) - whose body had been uncovered from the cellar of The Queen Victoria pub, several weeks before; Jake is further surprised to learn that Chrissie killed Den on the same night that Johnny murdered Andy - as well as framing her nemesis Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) for the crime.

Spencer Moon

Spencer
Jake Moon makes his first appearance on 30 December 2004, arriving in Walford along with his brother Danny (Jake Maskall); the pair soon turn out to be second cousins of Alfie (Shane Richie) and his brother Spencer (Christopher Parker) respectively.
Spencer's cousins Danny (Jake Maskall) and Jake (Joel Beckett) arrive in Walford, and Danny stashes drugs in Pauline Fowler's (Wendy Richard) home.

Sharon Watts

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Jake regains consciousness just as Sam's brothers Phil (Steve McFadden) and Grant (Ross Kemp) arrive to confront Johnny - seeking to bring him to justice for Dennis' murder as they had promised to their ex-lover Sharon (Letitia Dean), who recently married Dennis months before his death.
They confront Johnny and learn that he ordered his henchman Danny Moon (Jake Maskall) to kill Dennis; the two are nearly killed after Johnny captures the brothers and orders Danny to execute them, but Phil and Grant are saved when Danny is accidentally shot dead by his brother Jake (Joel Beckett) - who merely attempted to wound Danny and not kill him in order to stop him.

Phil Mitchell

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Jake regains consciousness just as Sam's brothers Phil (Steve McFadden) and Grant (Ross Kemp) arrive to confront Johnny - seeking to bring him to justice for Dennis' murder as they had promised to their ex-lover Sharon (Letitia Dean), who recently married Dennis months before his death.
When Billy uses his job as Johnny's nightclub to discover CCTV footage of Chrissie confessing Den's murder to her boyfriend and Johnny's henchman Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) from an earlier night, he informs Phil - who goes to confront Johnny without Grant's consent.

Grant Mitchell (EastEnders)

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Jake regains consciousness just as Sam's brothers Phil (Steve McFadden) and Grant (Ross Kemp) arrive to confront Johnny - seeking to bring him to justice for Dennis' murder as they had promised to their ex-lover Sharon (Letitia Dean), who recently married Dennis months before his death.
When Johnny extracts CCTV footage of Chrissie confessing to her boyfriend Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) that she killed Den, he plans to use the tape as bait for Phil and Grant - intending to kill them.

List of EastEnders characters (2003)

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Alas, Dalton's legacy ended with Phil and his brother Grant (Ross Kemp) seeking to avenge Dennis' murder on behalf of their lover Sharon (Letitia Dean) - which culminated with Danny getting killed by his brother Jake (Joel Beckett), while Johnny later dies of a heart attack after being imprisoned for the murders of Andy and Dennis respectively.

Kate Harwood

However, producer Kate Harwood gave Jake a reprieve, and the character subsequently took a short break from the show which coincided with Danny's exit and then returned.
As well as being responsible for the introduction of several new families, such as the Brannings and the Foxes, she introduced such characters as Sean Slater and May Wright, as well as the departures of many popular characters such as Sharon Watts and Dennis Rickman, Chrissie Watts, Kat Moon and Alfie Moon, Sam Mitchell, Nana Moon, Jake Moon, Little Mo Mitchell, Johnny Allen and Pauline Fowler and oversaw numerous high-profile storylines, such as Pauline Fowler’s murder; Billy and Honey’s wedding and daughter being born with Down's Syndrome; and the domestic abuse storyline between Denise Fox and Owen Turner as well as the discovery of Den Watts' body under the Queen Vic.

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Jake Moon is a fictional character from the British soap opera EastEnders, played by Joel Beckett.