Peggy Mitchell

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Peggy Mitchell (also Butcher) is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders.wikipedia
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Barbara Windsor

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Peggy was reintroduced in 1994, recast to Barbara Windsor, who made her first appearance in the episode broadcast on 7 November 1994.
Dame Barbara Windsor, (born Barbara Ann Deeks; 6 August 1937), is an English actress, known for her appearances in the Carry On films and for playing Peggy Mitchell in the BBC One soap opera EastEnders.

Jo Warne

Peggy was initially played by Jo Warne when she first appeared in the episode broadcast on 30 April 1991, featuring in 10 episodes.
Jo Warne (1938 - 13 January 2017) was an English actress, who played Peggy Mitchell in the BBC soap opera EastEnders, making her first appearance on 30 April 1991.

Phil Mitchell

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Peggy married Eric Mitchell because she was pregnant with their son Philip (Steve McFadden).
Phil was introduced to the soap opera on 20 February 1990, and was followed by his brother, Grant (Ross Kemp), sister Sam (Danniella Westbrook/Kim Medcalf) and mother Peggy (Jo Warne/Barbara Windsor).

EastEnders

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Peggy Mitchell (also Butcher) is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders.
In April and May 2010, Kirkwood axed eight characters from the show, Barbara Windsor left her role of Peggy Mitchell, which left a hole in the show, which Kirkwood decided to fill by bringing back Kat and Alfie, which he said would "herald the new era of EastEnders."

Sam Mitchell (EastEnders)

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She tried to save her marriage by having another child in 1975 – her only daughter Samantha (Danniella Westbrook; Kim Medcalf).
In 2016, Westbrook agreed to reprise the role once again in 2016 for her on-screen mother, Peggy Mitchell's (Barbara Windsor) funeral, a brief stint, starting on 30 June 2016 and concluding after four episodes on 8 July 2016.

The Queen Victoria

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Peggy is fiercely protective of her family and the Mitchell name, and has become famous for her catchphrase "Get outta my pub!", used when ejecting people from The Queen Victoria, of which she is the landlady.
Grant and Sharon divorce and their share of The Queen Vic is sold to Grant's mother, Peggy (Barbara Windsor).

Archie Mitchell

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Her storylines have seen her embark on a series of failed romances, including marriages to Frank Butcher (Mike Reid) and Archie Mitchell (Larry Lamb).
Since his first appearance on the series, Archie became the show's main antagonist when he manipulated Ronnie into disbelieving the fact that her employee Danielle Jones (Lauren Crace) was actually her long-lost daughter - which sparked the events of The Secret Mitchell storyline that concluded in tragedy after Danielle gets killed in a hit and run by Archie's would-be partner-in-crime Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks); prior to Danielle's death, Archie married his sister-in-law Peggy (Barbara Windsor).

EastEnders Live Week

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Windsor returned to the show for guest appearances on 20 September 2013, 25 September 2014, 17 February 2015 (as part of the show's 30th anniversary celebrations; see EastEnders Live Week) and 15 January 2016.
Meanwhile, Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) returns to the square with Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) and Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) by his side.

Johnny Allen (EastEnders)

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

Sharon Watts

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She returns to Walford when her sons fall out after Phil's affair with Grant's wife, Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean), is revealed.
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).

Danniella Westbrook

She tried to save her marriage by having another child in 1975 – her only daughter Samantha (Danniella Westbrook; Kim Medcalf).
On 27 February 2016, it was confirmed that Westbrook would return to EastEnders, very briefly with onscreen brother Grant, for the death of their onscreen mother Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor).

Mitchell family

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Peggy tries to force her out of Walford, resulting in Sharon signing over her share of the pub and leaving the Mitchell family as the sole owners, with Peggy in charge.
Their sister Sam Mitchell (Danniella Westbrook/Kim Medcalf) joined the show later in 1990 and their mother Peggy Mitchell (Jo Warne) was briefly introduced in 1991, before being reintroduced in 1994 (now played by Barbara Windsor).

Pat Butcher

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Peggy discovers Frank is planning to leave her for his ex-wife, Pat Evans (Pam St Clement), so she shames them by reading Frank's Dear Jane letter to the entire pub and then slaps them both.
She also made a return as a hallucination for Peggy Mitchell's (Barbara Windsor) death on 17 May 2016.

Frank Butcher

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Her storylines have seen her embark on a series of failed romances, including marriages to Frank Butcher (Mike Reid) and Archie Mitchell (Larry Lamb).
On another visit in May 1998, he becomes attracted to landlady Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) and they soon begin a relationship.

Ross Kemp

Peggy considered leaving when her sons, Phil and Grant (Ross Kemp) were teenagers, and once even tried to seduce Johnny, but he turned her down.
In January 2016 it was confirmed that Kemp would make a brief return to the show for the death of Grant's on-screen mother, Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor), appearing in three episodes from 13 to 17 May.

Mike Reid (actor)

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Her storylines have seen her embark on a series of failed romances, including marriages to Frank Butcher (Mike Reid) and Archie Mitchell (Larry Lamb).
His character was involved in many popular storylines over the years and the most famous of these storylines was his character's long turbulent relationship with Pat Wicks (played by Pam St. Clement) and later his short-lived marriage to Peggy Mitchell (played by Barbara Windsor).

List of EastEnders characters (2015)

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Eric cheated on Peggy with Claudette Hubbard (Ellen Thomas), who he also intended to run away with, but he changed his mind again, leading to Claudette hating the entire family.
Claudette tries to visit Donna in Bridge Street Market but notices her former enemy Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) who scowls at her, so Claudette walks away.

List of EastEnders characters (2001)

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Peggy begins dating Harry Slater (Michael Elphick), who owns a bar in Spain and convinces her to move there with him.
He starts a relationship with Charlie's close friend Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor), and they soon get engaged and Peggy plans to emigrate to Spain, where Harry lives.

Billy Murray (actor)

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

Mark Fowler

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She has been central to several plot strands revolving around health issues, launching a hate campaign against the HIV positive character Mark Fowler (Todd Carty), and going on to make amends with him when she is later diagnosed with breast cancer. She instigates a hate campaign against local resident Mark Fowler (Todd Carty) when she discovers he is HIV positive and begins a feud with his mother Pauline Fowler (Wendy Richard).
Mark's HIV status becomes public knowledge after an argument in the Queen Victoria between Pauline and Ted Hills (Brian Croucher) is overheard by Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor).

Pauline Fowler

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She instigates a hate campaign against local resident Mark Fowler (Todd Carty) when she discovers he is HIV positive and begins a feud with his mother Pauline Fowler (Wendy Richard).
Mark continues to battle with his HIV until his death in 2004 and is subjected to hate - later from Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) in 1996, who instigates a hate campaign against Mark.

George Palmer (EastEnders)

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Peggy starts dating businessman George Palmer (Paul Moriarty), unaware that he is a criminal involved in illegal money laundering.
Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) disapproves of the business and tries to petition against it.

Grant Mitchell (EastEnders)

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Peggy considered leaving when her sons, Phil and Grant (Ross Kemp) were teenagers, and once even tried to seduce Johnny, but he turned her down.
Grant and Dennis soon put their differences aside to help Phil with their conflict against Johnny Allen (Billy Murray), the local gangland kingpin who holds a grudge against the Mitchell brothers because of their mother - Peggy (Barbara Windsor).

Janine Butcher

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Peggy loathes Dan, and the two frequently argue over the running of The Queen Vic, ending with Dan insulting Frank's daughter Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks), resulting in Frank punching Dan across the face.
Janine returns in 1999 to live with Frank and his new wife, Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor).

Queen Vic Fire Week

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Peggy tries to stop Phil using crack by locking him in her pub, but Phil escapes and in a drunken bid for revenge, he sets fire to Peggy's pub (see Queen Vic Fire Week).
The episodes included a fire at The Queen Victoria public house, also known as The Queen Vic or The Vic, and the departure of the character Peggy Mitchell, portrayed by Barbara Windsor, who left the series after sixteen years in the role.