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List of births, marriages and deaths in Hollyoaks

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Hollyoaks is a British television soap opera, first broadcast on Channel 4 on 23 October 1995. This list documents the births, marriages and the deaths which have taken place on the show. They are listed in order of year.

Births[edit]

Year Child Father Mother Reference
1997 Holly Cunningham Lee Stanley Cindy Cunningham [1]
1999 Tom Cunningham Gordon Cunningham Helen Cunningham [2]
2002 Charlie Green Alex Bell Anna Green [3]
2005 Grace Hutchinson Tony Hutchinson Mandy Hutchinson
2006 Charlie Dean Justin Burton Becca Dean [4]
2007 Leah Barnes Billy Parker Amy Barnes [5]
2008 Max McQueen Russ Owen Tina Reilly
2009 Lucas Hay Ste Hay Amy Barnes [6]
2010 Kathleen-Angel McQueen Calvin Valentine Theresa McQueen [7]
2011 Jack Osborne Darren Osborne Suzanne Ashworth [8]
Francine Osborne
Bobby Costello Riley Costello Mercedes McQueen [9]
2012 Oscar Osborne Darren Osborne Nancy Osborne [10]
2013 Katy O'Connor Rhys Ashworth Sinead O'Connor [11]
Anthony Hutchinson Tony Hutchinson Diane O'Connor [12]
Rose Lomax
Dee Dee Hutchinson Fraser Black Tegan Lomax [13]
2014 Hilton Cunningham Doctor Browning Cindy Cunningham [14]
Myra-Pocahontas Savage-McQueen Dodger Savage Theresa McQueen [15]
Minnie Minniver Patrick Blake Maxine Minniver [16]
JJ Roscoe Joe Roscoe Lindsey Butterfield [17]
2015 Hannah Hay-O'Connor Ste Hay Sinead O'Connor [18]
Curtis Royle Trevor Royle Grace Black [19]
Steph Cunningham-Lomax Tom Cunningham Peri Lomax [20]
Gabriel McQueen Joe Roscoe Mercedes McQueen [21]
2016 Lexi Roscoe Freddie Roscoe Lindsey Roscoe [22]
Daniel Lomax Louis Loveday Leela Lomax [23]
2017 Carmina McQueen Diego Salvador Martinez Hernandez De La Cruz Myra McQueen [24]
Sophie Blake Warren Fox Sienna Blake [25]
Sebastian Blake
Iona Campbell Liam Donovan Courtney Campbell [26]
2018 Victoria Blake Connor Nico Blake [27]
2019 DJ Osborne Luke Morgan Mandy Richardson [28]
Isaac Thompson Harry Thompson Sadie Cressington [29]

Marriages[edit]

Year Husband Wife Reference
1996 Terry Williams Angela Cunningham
1997 Kurt Benson Ruth Osborne [30]
1998 Jack Osborne Jill Patrick [31]
1999 Gordon Cunningham Helen Richardson [2]
2000 Rory "Finn" Finnigan Victoria Hutchinson [32]
2001 Jason Cunliffe Geri Hudson
2003 Toby Mills Ellie Hunter [33]
Ben Davies Izzy Cornwell
Richard Taylor Liz Burton
2005 Tony Hutchinson Mandy Richardson [34]
Jack Osborne Frankie Dean
Jake Dean Becca Hayton
2006 Max Cunningham Clare Devine [35]
2007 Aleksander Malota Jacqui McQueen
Dominic Reilly Tina McQueen [36]
Russ Owen Mercedes McQueen [36]
2008 Jake Dean Nancy Hayton [37]
Max Cunningham Steph Dean [38]
Calvin Valentine Carmel McQueen
Malachy Fisher Mercedes McQueen
2009 Darren Osborne Hannah Ashworth
Tony Hutchinson Cindy Cunningham
2010 Calvin Valentine Carmel McQueen
Gilly Roach Steph Cunningham [39]
Alistair Longford Cindy Cunningham [40]
2011 Rhys Ashworth Jacqui McQueen [41]
2012 Darren Osborne Nancy Hayton [42]
Tony Hutchinson Cindy Cunningham [43]
Ste Hay and Doug Carter N/A (civil partnership)
2013 Will Savage Texas Longford [44]
Doctor Browning Mercedes McQueen
Fraser Black Sandy Roscoe [45]
2014 Freddie Roscoe Sinead O'Connor
Patrick Blake Maxine Minniver [46]
Darren Osborne Nancy Osborne [47]
Lockie Campbell Porsche McQueen [48]
Tony Hutchinson Diane O'Connor
John Paul McQueen and Ste Hay N/A (same sex marriage)
2015 Ziggy Roscoe Leela Lomax
Dirk Savage Cindy Cunningham [49]
Freddie Roscoe Lindsey Butterfield
Pete Buchanan Reenie McQueen
2016 Jason Roscoe Holly Cunningham
Ben Bradley Sienna Blake
Trevor Royle Grace Black
N/A (same sex marriage) Kim Butterfield and Esther Bloom [50]
Cameron Campbell Leela Roscoe [51]
2017 Ryan Knight Amy Barnes [52]
Adam Donovan Maxine Blake [53]
Dirk Savage Cindy Savage [54]
2018 Luke Morgan Mandy Richardson [55]
Prince McQueen Lily Drinkwell [56]
Jack Osborne Darcy Wilde [57]
Ste Hay and Harry Thompson N/A (same sex marriage)
2019 Sylver McQueen Mercedes McQueen [58]
Damon Kinsella Maxine Minniver [59]

Deaths[edit]

Year Character Cause of death Reference
1996 Natasha Andersen Drug overdose after being spiked by Rob Hawthorne [60]
Dermot Ashton Drowned after crashing into a river [61]
1997 Michael St John Thomas Fell from a roof [30]
Lee Stanley Car accident [62]
Ollie Benson Car accident [62]
Dawn Cunningham Leukaemia [62]
1999 Clare Drug overdose
2000 Rob Hawthorne Blast injury from an explosion after setting a bus on fire [63]
Jill Osborne Brain tumour [62]
2001 Lewis Richardson Suicide [64]
2002 Jamie Nash Major trauma from a van accident caused by a rockfall [65]
Theo Sankofa Fell down a cliff [65]
2003 Roxy Maguire Beaten with a spanner by Toby Mills [66]
Toby Mills Struck by a car
2004 Gordon Cunningham Heart attack caused by a car accident caused by Milo Entwistle
Helen Cunningham Cardiac arrest following a car accident caused by Milo Entwistle
Dan Hunter Blast injury after his car exploded [67]
2005 Stephen Mackintosh Stabbed by Ali Taylor
Ali Taylor Struck by a car
2006 Andy Holt Impaled on a pole
Charles Hayton Heart attack [68]
Grace Hutchinson Sudden infant death syndrome [69]
Diane Valentine Struck by a car driven by Jake Dean
Mel Burton Blast injury from an explosion during a fire started by Sam Owen [70]
Sam Owen Blast injury from an explosion during a fire started by himself [70]
Joe Spencer Blast injury from an explosion during a fire started by Sam Owen [70]
Olivia Johnson Blast injury from an explosion during a fire started by Sam Owen [70]
Sophie Burton Smoke inhalation from a fire started by Sam Owen [70]
Ben Davies Shot by Lisa Hunter
2007 Becca Dean Internal bleeding after being stabbed by Fran Hathaway [71]
Sean Kennedy Murdered by Warren Fox
Melissa Hurst Heart failure as a result of anorexia [72]
2008 Beth Clement Car accident [73]
Max Cunningham Struck by a car driven by Niall Rafferty [74]
Eamon Fisher Alcohol poisoning
Kieron Hobbs Poisoned by Niall Rafferty [75]
Tina Reilly Crushed after a floor collapse following a bomb explosion caused by Niall Rafferty [76]
Niall Rafferty Suicide by jumping off a cliff [77]
Louise Summers Smothered by Warren Fox
2009 Sarah Barnes Fell from an aeroplane after her parachute was sabotaged by Lydia Hart [78]
2010 Calvin Valentine Shot by Theresa McQueen [79]
Steph Roach Fire started by Dominic Reilly [80]
Malachy Fisher Blast injury from an explosion during a fire started by Dominic Reilly [81]
Dale Greer Stabbed by Warren Fox
India Longford Strangled by Silas Blissett [82]
Danny Houston Bludgeoned with a hammer by Brendan Brady [83]
2011 Kyle Ryder Shot by Warren Fox
Rebecca Massey Strangled by Silas Blissett [84]
Rae Wilson Strangled by Silas Blissett [85]
Heidi Costello Strangled by Silas Blissett [86]
2012 Mags Collapsed [87]
Lynsey Nolan Strangled by Doctor Browning [88]
Mick Cornus Suffocated by Simon Walker
Nana Flo Suffocated by Brendan Brady
Riley Costello Shot by Simon Walker [89]
Neil Cooper Blast injury from an explosion following a bus crash caused by Bart McQueen [90]
Maddie Morrison Crushed by a car door after a bus explosion caused by Bart McQueen [90]
Rhys Ashworth Severed artery after being crushed following a bus crash caused by Bart McQueen [90]
Martin Johnson Blood clot following a bus crash caused by Bart McQueen [91]
2013 Simon Walker Pushed in front of a train by Brendan Brady [92]
Seamus Brady Shot by Cheryl Brady [93]
Texas Savage Pushed out of a window by Will Savage [94]
Richie Trent Shot by Trevor Royle
Pauline Hay Suicide assisted by Ste Hay
Anna Blake Drowned by Will Savage [95]
Callum Kane Stabbed by Jade Hedy [96]
Jade Hedy Stabbed after she fell on her own knife [97]
Clare Devine Struck by a car driven by Doctor Browning [98]
Ash Kane Blast injury from a bomb explosion caused by Clare Devine [99]
Doctor Browning Bludgeoned with a shovel by Mercedes Browning [100]
Doug Carter Blast injury from a bomb explosion caused by Clare Devine [101]
Leanne Holiday Cerebral haemorrhage from a bomb explosion caused by Clare Devine [102]
2014 Jim McGinn Stabbed by Fraser Black [103]
D.S. Sykes Stabbed by Fraser Black
Katy O'Connor Cardiomyopathy [104]
Superintendent Marlow Drowned by Fraser Black [105]
Fraser Black Shot by Freddie Roscoe [106]
Danny Lomax Car accident caused by Cameron Campbell [107]
Sam Lomax Car accident caused by Cameron Campbell [107]
Big Bob Shot during a scuffle with Cameron Campbell [108]
Sonny Valentine Blast injury from an explosion following a train crash caused by Patrick Blake
Carmel Valentine Blast injury from an explosion following a train crash caused by Patrick Blake [109]
2015 Rick Spencer Cardiac arrest after being injected with potassium chloride by Lindsey Butterfield [110]
Will Savage Cardiac arrest after being injected with potassium chloride by Lindsey Butterfield [111]
Leon Harris Heart attack
Mariam Andrews Cardiac arrest after being injected with potassium chloride by Lindsey Butterfield [112]
Phoebe McQueen Cardiac arrest after being injected with potassium chloride by Lindsey Roscoe [113]
Carly Bradley Bludgeoned with a paperweight by Nico Blake [114]
Dylan Royle Cardiac arrest after being injected with potassium chloride by Lindsey Roscoe [115]
Derek Clough Heart attack
Ashley Davidson Cardiac arrest after being injected with potassium chloride by Lindsey Roscoe [116]
Dr. Charles S'avage Cardiac arrest after being injected with potassium chloride by Lindsey Roscoe [117]
Gabriel McQueen Stillborn [118]
Ziggy Roscoe Cerebral haemorrhage from an explosion caused by Cameron Campbell [119]
2016 Patrick Blake Smothered by Nico Blake [120]
Lockie Campbell Murdered by Cameron Campbell [121]
Rachel Hardy Blast injury from an explosion following a car accident caused by Holly Cunningham [122]
Lindsey Roscoe Strangled by Silas Blissett [123]
Trevor Royle Stabbed by Nico Blake [124]
Janet Cardsley Alzheimer's disease [125][126]
Billy Brodie Heart failure [127]
Jade Albright Complications from Hodgkin's Lymphoma [128]
Joe Roscoe Brain injury after falling from a ferris wheel [129]
Celine McQueen Strangled by Cameron Campbell [130]
2017 Eva Falco Shot by Grace Black [131]
Nathan Nightingale Fell from a window following an altercation with Mac Nightingale [132]
Amy Knight Suffocated by Ryan Knight [133]
Bart McQueen Beaten by Warren Fox [134]
Roberta Shaw Heart attack [135]
Tracey Donovan Drowned after falling off a boat following an altercation with Darcy Wilde [136]
Neeta Kaur Brain death after being dropped through a collapsed floor by Mac Nightingale [137]
Frankie Osborne Stroke [138]
DS Gavin Armstrong Electrocuted with Christmas lights by Milo Entwistle [139]
2018 Maggie Kinsella Pneumonia from cervical cancer [140]
Trigger Murdered by Glenn Donovan [141]
D.S. Geoff Thorpe Strangled by Ryan Knight [142]
Dean Hypothermia from homelessness [143]
Ryan Knight Drowned after falling into a river following an altercation with Harry Thompson [144]
Adam Donovan Shot by Glenn Donovan [145]
Nico Blake Bludgeoned with a doorstop by Sienna Blake [146]
Carl Costello Bludgeoned with a rock by Breda McQueen [147]
Fran Hathaway Cardiac arrest after a long illness [147]
Dirk Savage Electrocuted in a swimming pool by Milo Entwistle [148]
Jay Johnson Shot by Liam Donovan [149]
Glenn Donovan Cardiac arrest after being poisoned with potassium chloride by Breda McQueen [150]
Tegan Lomax Cardiac arrest after a ruptured spleen from emergency surgery performed by Misbah Maalik [151]
Russ Owen Bludgeoned with a mallet by Breda McQueen
2019 Louis Loveday Bludgeoned with a telephone by Breda McQueen [152]
Mac Nightingale Poisoned by Breda McQueen [153]
Lily McQueen Sepsis caused by self harm [154]
Harry Thompson Stabbed by Breda McQueen [155]
Laurie Shelby Cardiac arrest after a head injury from a van accident [156]
Stuart Sumner Pushed off a cliff by Sid Sumner

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