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Phil Mitchell is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Steve McFadden.wikipedia
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Phil Mitchell is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Steve McFadden.
He is known for his role as Phil Mitchell in the BBC soap opera EastEnders, which he has played since 1990.

Grant Mitchell (EastEnders)

Grant MitchellGrantGrant Mitchell (''EastEnders'')
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).
Family is important to him, particularly his relationship with his brother Phil (Steve McFadden); the two, known as the "Mitchell brothers", have become household names in the United Kingdom - due to their association with the stereotypical black leather jacket wearing bald and brutal thug.

EastEnders

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Phil Mitchell is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Steve McFadden.
A new era began in 1990 with the introduction of Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) and Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp)—the Mitchell brothers—successful characters who would go on to dominate the soap thereafter.

Peggy Mitchell

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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).
Peggy married Eric Mitchell because she was pregnant with their son Philip (Steve McFadden).

Sharon Watts

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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.
Sharon remained a prominent character into the 1990s due to romantic pairings with brothers Grant (Ross Kemp) and Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden).

Kathy Beale

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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.
In 1993, the character developed a romance with Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) and they later had a son, Ben Mitchell, who caused Kathy turmoil when he contracted a rare form of meningitis.

Billy Mitchell (EastEnders)

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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.
In the storyline, Billy is Jamie's abusive uncle and guardian, and Jamie is taken away from Billy by his relative Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden).

Michael Ferguson (director)

Michael Ferguson
Phil is one of the major introductions made by executive producer Michael Ferguson, who wanted to bring in some macho, male leads.
He was responsible for the introduction of two of the soap's most popular and long-running characters, Phil and Grant Mitchell, in 1990.

Sharongate

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.
In the storyline, Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean) confessed on tape that she had had sex with her husband's brother, Phil (Steve McFadden).

Ross Kemp

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).
Making his debut in February 1990, his character was often at the centre of major storylines, including abusive marriages to Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) and Tiffany Mitchell (Martine McCutcheon), as well as the "Sharongate" storyline, which saw brother Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) having an affair with Grant's wife.

Nick Cotton

Nick
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.
During his time on the show, Nick has embarked on multiple feuds with Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden), Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick), Mark Fowler (David Scarboro/Todd Carty), Tony Carpenter (Oscar James), Ali Osman (Nedjet Salih), Pete Beale (Peter Dean), Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth), Nigel Bates (Paul Bradley), Den Watts (Leslie Grantham), Charlie Cotton (his late father) (Christopher Hancock) and Ronnie Mitchell (Samantha Womack).

Steve Owen (EastEnders)

Steve OwenSteve Owen (''EastEnders'')
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.
Afterwards, Steve embarked on a dangerous feud with his would-be archenemy Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) — as well as becoming embroiled in other conflicts with Phil's brother Grant (Ross Kemp) and best friend Dan Sullivan (Craig Fairbrass) themselves.

Sam Mitchell (EastEnders)

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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).
Eric died when Sam was ten and she was subsequently on the receiving end of her older brothers', Phil (Steve McFadden) and Grant's (Ross Kemp), heavy-handed paternalism.

Archie Mitchell

Archie
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.
A couple of months after being kidnapped by Peggy's son Phil (Steve McFadden) and subsequently forced to leave Walford for good, Archie returned on 9 July 2009 and sought to get revenge on Peggy and their family.

Patrick Trueman

Patrick
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.
His storylines include being the possible father of local resident Denise Fox (Diane Parish), his marriage to Yolande Trueman (Angela Wynter), an affair with Pat Butcher (Pam St. Clement), coping with the death of his adoptive son Paul Trueman (Gary Beadle), being assaulted by an unknown assailant in his own shop, coping when Ben Mitchell (Joshua Pascoe) and his father Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) begin a vendetta against him, a relationship with Cora Cross (Ann Mitchell), being injured after falling from a ladder, discovering that Denise's fiancé Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) had sex with prostitute Rainie Cross (Tanya Franks), suffering a stroke, a relationship with Claudette Hubbard (Ellen Thomas) and becoming embroiled in Claudette's feud with her son Vincent Hubbard (Richard Blackwood).

Danniella Westbrook

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).
At the age of 16, Westbrook was put forward for a much bigger role in EastEnders, Sam Mitchell (the younger sister of Phil and Grant).

Jamie Mitchell

Jamie
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.
One other major storyline is after his second cousin once removed and godfather, Phil (Steve McFadden), takes him in after finding out what Billy does to him.

Dan Sullivan (EastEnders)

Dan SullivanDan Sullivan (''EastEnders'')
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.
Soon afterwards, the character developed an intense feud with local hardman Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden); the pair started out as best-friends, but ended up becoming archenemies after Phil conned Dan's ownership of The Queen Victoria public house.

Jack Branning

Jack
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.
During his time on the show, Jack has had feuds with his brothers, Max and Derek, as well as Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden), Ricky Butcher (Sid Owen), Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks), Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick), Michael Moon (Steve John Shepherd), Carl White (Daniel Coonan), Charlie Cotton (Declan Bennett), Danny Mitchell (Liam Bergin), Hunter Owen (Charlie Winter) and Ray Kelly (Sean Mahon).

Dennis Rickman

Dennis
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.
During his time on the show, Dennis repeatedly clashed with Sharon's ex-boyfriend Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden); formed a mutual friendship with Dalton's representative Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs); bonded with his half-sister Vicki Fowler (Scarlett Alice Johnson); embarked on a romantic interaction with Zoe Slater (Michelle Ryan); developed a warm relationship with local gossip Dot Cotton (June Brown); and temporarily became enemies with Phil's brother Grant (Ross Kemp), who previously married Sharon, until the pair worked together to help the Mitchell Family bring Sharon's stepmother Chrissie (Tracy Ann Oberman) to justice for killing Den and framing Phil's sister Sam (Kim Medcalf) for his murder.

Johnny Allen (EastEnders)

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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.
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).

Frank Butcher

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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.
In desperation, Frank asks Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) to set fire to his car lot so he can claim on insurance in March 1994.

Gavin Sullivan

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.
His storylines include his "abusive", "controlling" and "manipulative" relationship with Kathy, kidnapping recovering alcoholic Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) and getting him drinking again, and blackmailing Claudette Hubbard (Ellen Thomas).

Nigel Harman

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.
His character's first notable bustup was with local hard man Phil Mitchell whom he punched in his very first episode making him the first of his many enemies.

Letitia Dean

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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.
Dean featured in one of the soap's most popular storylines, a love triangle featuring Sharon, her husband Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp) and his brother Phil (Steve McFadden).