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|Kurtis Stacey joins 'Emmerdale'|
|Topic Started: Apr 12 2011, 08:26 PM (979 Views)|
|Casey||Apr 12 2011, 08:26 PM Post #1|
John introduces the rest of the Bartons to new farmhand Alex Moss in tonight's episode of Emmerdale.
Alex - played by actor and model Kurtis Stacey - starts work at Butlers as a replacement for Adam and quickly makes an impression on Hannah, who is clearly taken with the newcomer.
Adam, meanwhile, seems slightly put out by the new arrival. Is he starting to regret his decision to stop working for his family?
Discussing Alex's arrival in a recent interview with DS, Emmerdale's executive producer Steve November commented: "He's a young guy, a working-class farmhand who arrives in the village. He's not unattractive by any means, so he'll be a bit of a heart-throb and romantic lead, break a few hearts, and provide some great stories for our younger women and girls."
Watch Alex's introduction to the farm in the preview video below:
Edited by Casey, Apr 12 2011, 08:26 PM.
|Deleted User||Apr 12 2011, 08:28 PM Post #2|
|The only reason I'm somewhat excited for him is because November has said Alex will give Victoria major story. I hope he wasn't just BS.|
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