Plantagenet Evans is a genius photographer in the small Welsh village of Llantisiliant. He is a man of hidden means who also deals in anything saleable inder the guise of 'antiques'. Larger than life and flamboyantly dressed, Evans is driven by sordid motives and lust. His fiancee Rachel works alongside him as his assistant and keeps him from harm when his wandering hands wander just that little bit too far...

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1984-09-06

The Magnificent Evans - Tony O'Callaghan - Netflix

Tony O'Callaghan (born 16 June 1956) is an English television actor. His most notable role is that of Sergeant Matt Boyden on the British television series The Bill from 1991 to 2003. He had previously appeared as a villain in The Bill in 1989 (S05E81, A Matter of Trust).

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In addition to his role on The Bill, he has also appeared in the television series The Magnificent Evans, Family Affairs, Holby City Doctors, EastEnders, Shameless, Three Up, Two Down, The Upper Hand and The Coven (in 2014). In 2007 O'Callaghan starred in the UK “Let It Out” Kleenex television advertisement. He is also appearing in the television soap opera Fair City on Irish channel RTÉ One, where he plays the character Father Thaddeus, an English priest living in Dublin, Ireland, and who is having a relationship with a female character. In 2013, he joined the cast of EastEnders, playing Ollie Walters. O'Callaghan said of his casting: “I am very excited to be joining a show with as much prestige as EastEnders and I'm looking forward to portraying the nice side and humour of Ollie.” He played the role on a recurring basis until 2016. On 10 June 2018 it was announced that O'Callaghan would make a “brief return” to EastEnders. O'Callaghan has also appeared in several plays.

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