Alan Halsall & Natalie Gumede

Alan David Halsall (born 11 August 1982) is an English actor best known for playing Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street, a role which he has played since 1998. Natalie Gumede (born 20 March 1984) is an English actress and former dancer. She is best known for playing Kirsty Soames in the ITV1 soap opera Coronation Street, who is engaged to Tyrone Dobbs, played by Alan Halsall. 5.0/5

Alan Halsall Natalie Gumede Coronation Street Tyrone Dobbs Jennie McAlpine Michelle Keegan Chris Fountain Adam Woodyatt Marie Osmond Michelle Connor William Roache Maria Connor Phil Collinson Gary Windass Jack Duckworth Antony Cotton Matthew Wade National Television Award

Coronation Street has scooped eight awards at this year’s BSAs at MediaCityUK in Manchester, while EastEnders took home its lowest ever number of prizes. In an evening dominated by Corrie’s domestic abuse storyline, BBC1 rival EastEnders could only manage a lifetime achievement award for Adam Woodyatt, who has played Walford stalwart Ian Beale since the series began. Natalie Gumede, who portayed the terrifying Kirsty Soames, won both Best Villain and Best Dramatic Performance, while on-screen partner Alan Halsall was rewarded with Best Actor. Co-star Michelle Keegan picked up Sexiest Female for the fifth year in a row, but lost out in the Best Actress category to Claire Cooper from Hollyoaks. Corrie also picked up Best Soap, a viewer-voted category that has been dominated by EastEnders for the past five years. Hollyoaks had an impressive tally of five awards and were singled out for featuring the year’s most spectacular scene – the bus crash that caused chaos at 2012’s double wedding. However, E ...
It's Corrie day on This Mory,ning today, we have Patti Clare, Alan Halsall, Natalie Gumede, Chris Fountain and John Michie.
Tune into ITV This Morning today to see John with Alan Halsall, Chris Fountain, Patti Clare and Natalie Gumede talking BSA Awards!!
It has been a storyline which gripped the nation, hapless Tyrone Dobbs being abused by his scheming wife Kirsty until he is forced to flee the cobbles to escape the police. This week Coronation Street audiences will see Tyrone, played by Alan Halsall, arrested by police after lover Fiz Stape, played by Jenny McAlpine, tips off officers. But in a bizarre twist of fate good-natured Tyrone is jailed and forced to prove his innocence as former police officer Kirsty, played Natalie Gumede, accuses him of systematic abuse - despite her character attacking him.  Producers have recorded two endings to the Weatherfield mechanic's trial, one which sees Tyrone being cuffed and sent down - the other, his pretty wife, caged for lying to the jury. This week viewers will be shocked as Tyrone goes on the run without his curly haired lover Fiz. But actress McAlpine told itv.com her character wants her lover to happy and feels they can't be on the run. 'Fiz has been desperately wanting to help Tyrone, but it leaves Fiz ...
Here's the main people... The lovely Natalie Gumede and Alan Halsall enjoying a drink before the main event!
Gorgeous photo from last night of Natalie Gumede and Alan Halsall.
Coronation Street has won the National Television Award for Best Serial Drama at this year’s ceremony. For the second year running, it beat off competition from its main rivals in the schedules – EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks. Viewers of tonight’s programme had been voting during the show, with the Weatherfield soap eventually crowned the victor at just past 10pm this evening. Donny and Marie Osmond presented the prize to cast members including William Roache, Antony Cotton, Natalie Gumede, Jennie McAlpine and Kym Lomas. “The competition is so strong which makes this even more meaningful,” said Roache, who has played stalwart Ken Barlow since its first episode in 1960. Outgoing producer Phil Collinson dedicated the award to the late Bill Tarmey (the Street's Jack Duckworth), who died last November. Earlier in the evening, actor Alan Halsall, who plays Tyrone Dobbs, won the award for Best Serial Drama Performance, beating co-star Michelle Keegan in the process. However, Natalie Gumede, aka ...
Alan Halsall has admitted that he is "gutted" over Julie Hesmondhalgh's decision to leave the soap. The Tyrone Dobbs actor said that Hesmondhalgh, who is leaving her role as Hayley Cropper after 15 years, is "loved" by Corrie's cast & crew. "It felt like someone had punched me in the stomach when I found out," he told The Sun. "Julie will be missed by everyone - she's another Bill, she's loved." However, he added positively that Hesmondhalgh has a bright future ahead in the theatre: "I'm excited for Julie because it's her choice but I'm gutted personally." Meanwhile, Halsall confessed that his wife & former Corrie co-star Lucy-Jo Hudson has wept over his domestic abuse scenes with Natalie Gumede. "Lucy cries when she sees me get hit. I get home & she says, 'Are you alright?' She loves Corrie." The star admitted that he has found the Tyrone & Kirsty storyline to be challenging: "It was hard because I've no point of reference. I read case studies & met a chap who suffered from domestic violence & he answere ...
Corrie's Kirsty (Natalie Gumede) will make sure that her wedding day is one to remember for all the wrong reasons in tomorrow night's episodes (January 21), having discovered that Tyrone is having an affair with his loyal ally Fiz Stape. On Friday, viewers saw Kirsty left devastated as she found Tyrone's secret phone, which contained evidence of his infidelity and his plan to leave her once he has parental rights over their baby daughter Ruby. Kirsty won't take this news lying down - and fans can be certain that she has revenge in mind after inviting Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) to the church… It's clear that Kirsty is ready for a wedding day showdown, but exactly what she has in store for Tyrone (Alan Halsall) will be kept under wraps until the episodes air. Desperate for the wedding to go ahead so that he can be happy with Fiz and Ruby, will Tyrone be able to convince Kirsty that she is the woman he really loves? Or will the ceremony be called off? Whatever happens on the day, fans can expect much more drama ...
Coronation Street has picked up the most soap nominations on the National Television Awards 2013 shortlist. The Weatherfield drama has secured four nods in total this year, compared to three for EastEnders, three for Hollyoaks and two for Emmerdale. All four soaps will be competing for the hotly-contested 'Serial Drama' prize, and public voting for this category will remain open throughout the live show. This year's 'Serial Drama Performance' category features two Coronation Street stars - Alan Halsall (Tyrone Dobbs) and Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) - along with EastEnders actor Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) and Hollyoaks favourite Emmett J Scanlan (Brendan Brady). Meanwhile, the 'Newcomer' nominees are Coronation Street's Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames), EastEnders' David Witts (Joey Branning), Emmerdale's Liam Fox (Dan Spencer) and Hollyoaks' Joseph Thompson (Doctor Browning). The shortlist features the most popular choices from the first stage of voting, which began when the longlist nominees were reveal ...
Coronation Street's Kirsty Soames continues to keep fiancé Tyrone Dobbs and his secret lover Fiz Stape on their toes in the coming days. Tyrone is currently plotting to marry Kirsty (Natalie Gumede) to finally secure parental rights over their baby daughter Ruby, hoping that he can finally escape his abusive partner after the ceremony. On the night of the stag and hen parties, Tyrone (Alan Halsall) and Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) make their final plans for the big day - agreeing that they'll make a quick getaway with Ruby as soon as the reception starts. However, just when the secret scheme seems set in stone, Kirsty surprises Fiz by turning up on her doorstep. Kirsty suggests to a wrong-footed Fiz that they should bury the hatchet for Tyrone's sake, and even invites her to the wedding. Disgusted, will Fiz agree? And can she trust that Kirsty is being genuine? Coronation Street airs these scenes on Friday, January 18 at 8.30pm on ITV1. Over on Hollyoaks, fans can expect more dramas for the Savage family as Wil ...
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