Johnny Allen (EastEnders)

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Johnny Allen is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Billy Murray.
William Albert Murray (born 6 October 1941) is an English actor, best known for playing Don Beech in The Bill from 1995 to 2004, Johnny Allen in the BBC soap opera EastEnders from 2005 to 2006, and Captain John Price in the video games Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

Peggy Mitchell

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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).
Eric, a keen boxer, worked for gangster Johnny Allen (Billy Murray).

Ruby Allen

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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). As he quickly helps the Moon brothers with their problems, Johnny begins to expand his business in Walford; he buys the nightclub Angie's Den, which he renames "Scarlet" in honor of his deceased daughter, and the Ferreira family's flat — where he later moves into the house with his younger daughter, Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
She was featured in storylines surrounding her gangster father Johnny Allen (Billy Murray), with whom she shared a problematic relationship with due to his job.

Louisa Lytton

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). As he quickly helps the Moon brothers with their problems, Johnny begins to expand his business in Walford; he buys the nightclub Angie's Den, which he renames "Scarlet" in honor of his deceased daughter, and the Ferreira family's flat — where he later moves into the house with his younger daughter, Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
Lytton made her first appearance in EastEnders on 18 March 2005, playing Johnny Allen's daughter Ruby Allen.

Jake Maskall

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). Johnny Allen makes his first appearance on 4th January 2005 when he arrives at Walford to confront his henchmen Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) and his brother Danny (Jake Maskall) for having a problem with his package job; namely to deliver a duffel bag of money to one of his "mates".
His character first appeared on 30 December 2004 and was driven out of the show by gangster Johnny Allen seven months later.

Danny Moon

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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). Johnny Allen makes his first appearance on 4th January 2005 when he arrives at Walford to confront his henchmen Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) and his brother Danny (Jake Maskall) for having a problem with his package job; namely to deliver a duffel bag of money to one of his "mates".
During his time on the show, Danny becomes represents several plotlines that contribute to his strained interactions with both Jake and their crime boss Johnny Allen (Billy Murray).

Phil Mitchell

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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). She is nearly attacked until her sons Phil (Steve McFadden) and Grant (Ross Kemp) arrive to save her with their cousin Billy (Perry Fenwick), who himself has been working for Johnny at Scarlett prior to Peggy's return.
Phil's most prominent storylines include his battles with alcoholism and addiction; suffering from cirrhosis of the liver; various criminal dealings; having an affair with Grant's wife Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) — a storyline popularly dubbed "Sharongate"; a failed marriage to Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth); a longstanding rivalry with his tormented stepson and Kathy's eldest child, Ian (Adam Woodyatt); his closest interactions with cousin Billy (Perry Fenwick), whom he often clashes with, and godson Jamie (Jack Ryder); his feuds with the likes of his uncle Archie (Larry Lamb) and stepfather Frank Butcher (Mike Reid), as well archenemies Steve Owen (Martin Kemp), Dan Sullivan (Craig Fairbrass), Mark Fowler (Todd Carty), Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman), Den Watts (Leslie Grantham), Johnny Allen (Billy Murray), Nick Cotton (John Altman), Lucas Johnson (Don Gilet), Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks), Patrick Trueman (Rudolph Walker), Alfie Moon (Shane Richie), Derek Branning (Jamie Foreman), Max Branning (Jake Wood), Jack Branning (Scott Maslen), Carl White (Daniel Coonan), Vincent Hubbard (Richard Blackwood), Gavin Sullivan (Paul Nicholas), James Willmott-Brown (William Boyde), Luke Browning (Adam Astill), Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters) and Hunter Owen (Charlie Winter); a one-night stand with Steve's wife Mel Healy (Tamzin Outhwaite); being stalked by his son Ben (Charlie Jones/Joshua Pascoe/Harry Reid/Max Bowden) — leading to an arrest for the murder of Phil's ex-fiancé Stella Crawford (Sophie Thompson), who physically and mentally abused Ben before committing suicide by jumping from a factory roof; coping with the deaths of Peggy after she had cancer, before his two cousins Ronnie (Samantha Womack) and Roxy (Rita Simons) later died on New Year's Day 2017; and being put in hospital by Max's ex-lover Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) upon harassing her cousin Kat (Jessie Wallace) for the money she owes him.

EastEnders

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Johnny Allen is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Billy Murray.
Examples include Steve Owen (Martin Kemp), Jack Dalton (Hywel Bennett), Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) and Derek Branning (Jamie Foreman).

Grant Mitchell (EastEnders)

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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). She is nearly attacked until her sons Phil (Steve McFadden) and Grant (Ross Kemp) arrive to save her with their cousin Billy (Perry Fenwick), who himself has been working for Johnny at Scarlett prior to Peggy's return.
Grant also had numerous feuds with the likes of Eddie Royle (Michael Melia), Michelle Fowler (Susan Tully), David Wicks (Michael French), George Palmer (Paul Moriarty), Beppe di Marco (Michael Greco), Frank Butcher (Mike Reid), Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt), Steve Owen (Martin Kemp), Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman) and Johnny Allen (Billy Murray).

Jake Moon

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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). Johnny Allen makes his first appearance on 4th January 2005 when he arrives at Walford to confront his henchmen Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) and his brother Danny (Jake Maskall) for having a problem with his package job; namely to deliver a duffel bag of money to one of his "mates".
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.

Andy Hunter (EastEnders)

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This was first evident when Johnny usurps fellow mob boss Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs) from his position as Walford's reigning crime kingpin, which ultimately leads Andy to try and swindle £750,000 from Johnny in his requested "job"; however, this fails after Johnny intercepts his plan and he ends up killing Andy by throwing him off a motorway bridge.
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).

Sharon Watts

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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).
Dean continued in the role until January 2006, featuring in storylines that included a feud with Phil and Grant's mother Peggy (Barbara Windsor); the return of Sharon's father Den, thought long dead, in September 2003; bonding with his second wife Chrissie (Tracy-Ann Oberman) until it has emerged that she killed Den in retribution for his affair with her friend Zoe Slater (Michelle Ryan); and a forbidden relationship-turned-marriage with her adoptive half-brother Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman), which culminated with his death after the couple ended up feuding with the square's gangland kingpin Johnny Allen (Billy Murray).

Get Johnny Week

Towards the end of March 2006, Johnny was central to the titular "Get Johnny Week" scenario — in which Phil and Grant, who were both Sharon's ex-lovers, sought to avenge her loss and Dennis' murder by bringing Johnny to justice.
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).

Nigel Harman

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).
Harman left EastEnders on 5 November 2005, and his final episode was aired on 30 December 2005 in which Dennis was stabbed to death in the street by one of Johnny Allen's (Billy Murray) henchman (it was later discovered to be Danny Moon, played by Jake Maskall).

Chrissie Watts

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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).
Chrissie plans to sell the pub to Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) and a mystery second buyer, and flee the country, although Phil and Grant Mitchell try to taunt her.

Sean Slater

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In October 2006, nearly seven months after being sentenced to life imprisonment for his criminal activities, the character was axed from the series when Johnny died of a heart attack — though not before making a last-ditch attempt to have Ruby's boyfriend Sean Slater (Robert Kazinsky) killed, upon discovering his scheme to take advantage of her so he could extort their family assets.
Upon forging a relationship with Ruby to gain control of her family assets, Sean learns that her infamous father Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) - the previous crime kingpin of Walford - is currently in prison for killing fellow mob boss Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs) and local hardman Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman).

Den Watts

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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).
It is then that both the Mitchell and Watts families have found themselves entangled in a conflict with Den's old friend, Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) - a local mob boss who recently usurped Andy from his position as Walford's reigning crime kingpin; on the night of Den's murder, Johnny killed Andy by throwing him off a motorway flyover.

Dennis Rickman

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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).
Towards the end of 2005, Dennis got embroiled in a feud with Andy's killer and gangland successor Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) - which came to an unfortunate end when Dennis attacked Johnny for threatening Sharon and killing Andy, an act which prompted Johnny to arrange his henchman Danny Moon (Jake Maskall) to stab Dennis in revenge; Dennis died in Sharon's arms as a result.

Pat Butcher

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Andy takes the news badly, up to the point where he publicly insults his estranged wife Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) and employee Pat Evans (Pam St. Clement) — whom Johnny was once acquainted with, years ago — in The Queen Victoria public house.
While working as a prostitute, Pat was offered more money to work for up-and-coming gangster Johnny Allen (Billy Murray).

Sam Mitchell (EastEnders)

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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). Andy takes the news badly, up to the point where he publicly insults his estranged wife Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) and employee Pat Evans (Pam St. Clement) — whom Johnny was once acquainted with, years ago — in The Queen Victoria public house.
On the day after Den's murder, to which the square is unaware about yet, Sam is surprised to learn that Andy has died on the same night; Andy was murdered by his mob rival Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) after attempting to con him out of £750,000.

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When Johnny's former mistress Tina Stewart (Charlotte Avery) arrives in to Walford to recommence their relationship, Ruby becomes upset after discovering this.
Tina is the girlfriend of Johnny Allen (Billy Murray).

Walford

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Johnny Allen makes his first appearance on 4th January 2005 when he arrives at Walford to confront his henchmen Jake Moon (Joel Beckett) and his brother Danny (Jake Maskall) for having a problem with his package job; namely to deliver a duffel bag of money to one of his "mates". As he quickly helps the Moon brothers with their problems, Johnny begins to expand his business in Walford; he buys the nightclub Angie's Den, which he renames "Scarlet" in honor of his deceased daughter, and the Ferreira family's flat — where he later moves into the house with his younger daughter, Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
They sell the club to Johnny Allen (Billy Murray), who renames it Scarlet.

Billy Mitchell (EastEnders)

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She is nearly attacked until her sons Phil (Steve McFadden) and Grant (Ross Kemp) arrive to save her with their cousin Billy (Perry Fenwick), who himself has been working for Johnny at Scarlett prior to Peggy's return.
Billy's storylines have included being involved in criminal scams with his cousins Phil and Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp) respectively; working for Phil's archenemy Steve Owen (Martin Kemp); being blackmailed by Phil and Steve's common nemesis Dan Sullivan (Craig Fairbrass) into getting leverage against them, which leads to Dan kidnapping their lover Mel Healy (Tamzin Outhwaite); his relationship with Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks); his marriage to Little Mo Slater (Kacey Ainsworth), which contributes to their ordeal with her abusive husband Trevor (Alex Ferns) and a subsequent incident where his wife gets raped by Graham Foster (Alex McSweeney) before finding it hard to cope raising their son; a feud with local mobster Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs), which involves Billy and his friend Minty Peterson (Cliff Parisi) trying to stop Andy from marrying Phil and Grant's sister Sam (Kim Medcalf); working for Andy's gangland successor Johnny Allen (Billy Murray); his marriage to Honey Mitchell (Emma Barton); working for gang lord Terry Bates (Nicholas Ball); witnessing Terry murder his employee Jase Dyer (Stephen Lord) and becoming the guardian of Jase's son, Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick); a temporal relationship with Jean Slater (Gillian Wright); being reunited with his childhood girlfriend Julie Perkins (Cathy Murphy), and discovering that their dead son has a daughter - Lola.

Ferreira family

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As he quickly helps the Moon brothers with their problems, Johnny begins to expand his business in Walford; he buys the nightclub Angie's Den, which he renames "Scarlet" in honor of his deceased daughter, and the Ferreira family's flat — where he later moves into the house with his younger daughter, Ruby (Louisa Lytton).
Gangster Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) agrees to loan several cars to the Ferreiras' business, but three of them are stolen and Johnny orders the family out of Walford immediately or face repercussions.

Mitchell family

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The Mitchell brothers later confront Johnny, to warn him to stay away from Peggy, but Johnny is unfazed by their threat and declares war on the Mitchell family.
When Johnny Allen (Billy Murray) threatened Peggy, Phil and Grant brought revenge against him.