The Coronation Street cast 2022 will welcome some familiar old faces as well as bidding farewell to some others.
But who is appearing on-screen currently?
Read on to find out and remember, we also have more in-depth profiles on individual characters – just click on the link on their name to read more about them.
The son of Dev Alahan and the late Sunita Alahan, Aadi, played by Adam Hussain, has a twin sister, Asha.
Growing up fast, he’s started to butt heads with both his father and sister.
A relationship with Summer Spellman ended when she fell for Daniel Osbourne, but Aadi still holds a torch for her. However after she let him take the fall for cheating, he might turn his attention elsewhere.
He’s trying to woo Kelly Neelan – and she seems pretty keen too.
Will they get together?
Newcomer Aaron Sandford, played by James Craven, has only just arrived and he’s already broken a heart.
Summer Spellman met him at her diabetes support group and they hit it off.
But when she confessed she had an eating disorder, Aaron backed off and decided they should only meet at their group.
Summer was left distraught, but he later confessed he also suffered from an eating disorder.
As the pair continue to grow closer is it a sweet new romance or a recipe for disaster?
Reformed drug addict Abi Webster, played by Sally Carman joined the Coronation Street cast in 2017 and is the mother of the late Seb Franklin, and twins who she gave up for adoption.
She found love with Kevin Webster, but was left heartbroken when Seb was murdered by Corey Brent.
Abi married Kevin last year and he is trying to support her through her grief. She was surprised at Christmas by a visit from her twins, leaving her thrilled.
But after a gun rampage against Seb’s killer Corey and an ill-advised one-night stand with Imran Habeeb, Abi’s world has come crashing down again.
Abi fell back into addiction, split from Kevin and gave birth in March 2022 without even knowing she was pregnant.
She lost custody of baby Alfie to his biological dad Imran, but with Imran now dead, Abi has got her son back, but under the supervision of Wendy Crozier.
Abi has been told she can go home, but her homecoming might be blighted by Kevin’s violent outburst.
Samuel Robertson plays smouldering Adam Barlow, the son of Susan Barlow and Mike Baldwin.
He was born off-screen in 1988 and appeared on the show several times until returning full-time to the Coronation Street cast in 2016.
Adam’s a solicitor who has a devious streak and a way with the ladies, although he appears to have calmed his ways after falling for and marrying Sarah Platt.
But his past definitely returned to bite him in the form of ex Lydia Chambers.
She stalked him and managed to briefly split Adam and Sarah up by convincing Sarah they were having an affair.
After a violent altercation ended in Adam being rushed to hospital and under threat of losing his sight, Lydia left when Sarah reported her to the police.
Adam and Sarah are reunited, but how long for this time?
Aggie first moved to Coronation Street in 2019 with her husband Ed and sons Michael and James.
She is played by actress Lorna Laidlaw.
Aggie works as a nurse and took on her formidable boss Mr Thorne recently.
She’s also been a rock for Tim Metcalfe during his heart problems.
Aled is one of Gemma and Chesney’s quadruplets.
Ches and Gemma discovered he is deaf. He is the half-brother of Joseph and brother of Bryn, Carys and Llio.
Liam Bairstow plays the nephew of Cathy Matthews, Alex. He is the first actor with Down’s Syndrome to appear on the show.
Quick-witted Alex works in Roy’s Rolls and has bonded with Roy. He’s quite the fan favourite too.
Little Alfie’s start in life was dramatic given addict mother, Abi, didn’t even know she was pregnant.
Alfie was born prematurely but he’s out of hospital and currently in foster care after his dad Imran was killed and stepmum Toyah was arrested for it.
Abi and Kevin are planning to battle for custody, but will they get it?
Sair Khan plays strong-willed Alya, who has a head for business and is determined to go places.
She first arrived in Weatherfield in 2014 and inherited the factory from former business partner Aidan Connor.
Alya eventually handed back control to Carla Connor, and now runs Speed Daal.
After brother Zeedan returned, Alya was fuming to find out he was laundering cash for his former father-in-law, Hashim.
When Hashim had a heart attack in front of them, Alya didn’t call an ambulance and he died.
Yasmeen wanted nothing to do with them when she found out what they had done, but Alya is hoping her gran will soften soon.
Daughter of Steve McDonald and Tracy Barlow, Amy is a chip off Tracy’s block.
Sharp-tongued and devious, Amy knows how to work her parents to her advantage.
Elle Mulvaney has played Amy since 2004.
Amy fell pregnant at 14, met and bonded with a long-lost sister, Emma, and suffered the pain of losing little brother Oliver.
Amy is dating Jacob Hay, a reformed drug dealer and they’re just about to move in with her parents!
Sister of Aadi, Asha is Dev and Sunita’s other child.
Tanisha Gorey plays the teen and has been through a lot over the last few years.
She was horrified when she discovered her former boyfriend Corey Brent attacked Nina and Seb.
She plotted with Nina and Abi to find evidence to get him arrested.
Asha fell for Nina and the pair decided to give things a go.
Her beloved husband Alf died following a stroke in 1999, and she has since remained largely single.
She owned and ran the Street salon for years, and now she owns the barbers, but Maria Connor and David Platt run it.
Audrey’s last dalliance with romance was with bounder Lewis Archer but she found him dead on their bedroom floor.
Audrey is struggling with ageing at the moment, and friends and family are worried she’s drinking way too much.
It looks like they are right be concerned after an apparent suicide bid sees her back in hospital.
Is she okay? And can anyone help her?
She’s loud and brash and funny! (Credit: ITV)
Bernie first arrived in Weatherfield in 2019 when Gemma was pregnant with the quads.
She is the mother of Gemma and Paul Foreman. She is played by actress Jane Hazlegrove.
A dalliance with Dev ended as quickly as it started when she was accused of orchestrating Joseph’s kidnap to claim the reward money.
Bernie was actually innocent, but she did take half the cash, causing Dev to dump her.
Bertie is the son of Daniel and Sinead Osbourne.
Sinead died towards the end of 2019 just before Bertie turned one.
Aunty of Sinead Tinker, mother of Craig Tinker, and partner of Kirk Sutherland, Beth, played by Lisa George, arrived on the cobbles in 2011.
She works in the factory and is never afraid of a scam or two – she married Kirk despite already having a husband!
Despite her mouthiness, she can be sensitive and took the death of Sinead to cancer very badly.
However, she’s not been quite so understanding about Faye Windass’ early menopause diagnosis, suggesting her son Craig dump his girlfriend because she can’t have kids.
Vicar Billy Mayhew, played by Daniel Brocklebank, joined the Coronation Street cast in 2014 as Sean Tully’s love interest.
Unfortunately for Sean, Billy fell for Todd Grimshaw and the pair split up, but Todd and Billy didn’t work out either.
On Christmas Day 2017 Billy fell off a cliff after an altercation with Peter Barlow and spent a long time recovering after becoming addicted to painkillers.
He’s in a good place now and cares for Summer – but things have got tough as he’s realised she has an eating disorder. Can he get her the help she needs?
Brian Packham (Peter Gunn) first arrived in Weatherfield in 2010, and left in 2013, but was brought back in 2015 for a more permanent stint.
He ran the Kabin with Cathy Matthews, but had dreams of moving to Cornwall.
He even proposed to Cathy, but his efforts left her wanting and she ended up cheating on him then dumping him.
She left the street and Brian remains. But whether he’ll depart for Cornwall remains to be seen.
Bryn is another one of Chesney and Gemma’s quads.
He is the brother of Aled, Carys, Llio and half-brother of Joseph Brown.
She is close to Roy Cropper, and discovered her long-lost dad was Johnny Connor back in 2015.
Carla struggled with psychosis as a result of the factory roof collapse in 2019.
She and Peter have been through a lot, but got married last year.
Now she’s supporting him as he battles the surgeon who performed his liver transplant for misconduct, though has been getting a little tired of his attitude.
Carys is another one of Chesney and Gemma’s quads.
She is the sister of Aled, Bryn, Llio and half-brother of Joseph Brown.
He’s the brother of Fiz Stape and best mate of Kirk Sutherland and dad to young Joseph and quad babies.
Ches works in the kebab shop, is constantly broke and tired, but seems settled with partner Gemma.
He nearly lost Joseph last year when granny Linda offered to take the lad to Portugal with her. Feeling like a burden to his financially strapped father, Joseph agreed to go.
But fortunately, Ches managed to stop his son before he left and he has stayed where he belongs.
Craig Tinker, played by Colson Smith, arrived with mum, Beth, and pet rat, Darryl, in 2011.
He was a rock to friend Bethany Platt during the fallout from the grooming storyline and the pair even tried dating for a while.
Craig received a diagnosis for OCD after he became obsessed with flicking switches, tapping and turning knobs repeatedly.
He was a committed policeman, but quit after discovering girlfriend Faye was responsible for killing a man. He has covered up her crime and got a job at the factory.
Craig eventually realised he couldn’t cut it away from his dream job and reapplied to the force.
Despite his career getting back on track, he was recently dealt another blow when Faye was diagnosed with early menopause. He has vowed to stand by her, despite the fact she can’t have any more children, but will this end up breaking them?
Daisy turned up in Weatherfield last year. She is the former stepdaughter of Jenny Connor.
She currently lives in the Rovers with Jenny.
Since arriving, she has proved to be trouble, splitting up Ryan and Alya.
But then she moved on with Daniel Osbourne. Despite being with him for the money, she ended up falling for him. However, they’ve been on and off more times than a tap.
They are (currently) back together, but it’s clear they’re not necessarily suited and we doubt it’ll last this time.
Daniel, the son of Ken Barlow and Denise Osbourne, was born in 1995.
He left the show when Denise took him away from Ken following her affair, but returned in 2016 played by Rob Mallard.
Daniel pushed his father Ken down the stairs in 2017’s big whodunnit, and has battled his anger issues.
After marrying Sinead Tinker, and becoming a dad to baby Bertie, he appeared to calm down.
She then tragically died and Daniel went off the rails, proposing to Bethany with his late wife’s ring.
Teacher Daniel then got involved with Daisy Midgeley, but they broke up. However, they reunited and were happy until Nicky Wheatley returned.
Daisy got jealous, Daniel accused her of spreading rumours about Nicky’s past and everything blew up again.
Nicky admitted she wanted to be with Daniel. He rejected her. Now he’s back with Daisy. But for how long?
We can barely keep up!
David is the son of Gail Rodwell and Martin Platt, grandson of Audrey Roberts, and brother of Nick Tilsley and Sarah Platt.
He’s a dad to Lily and stepdad to Max following his marriage to Kylie Platt. Clayton Hibbs stabbed Kylie to death. His mother, Shona Ramsay, wed widower David.
David (Jack P Shepherd) faced deep trauma after Josh Tucker raped him in 2018.
He’s a lot more settled now, although Shona is a challenge after almost becoming a different person when she suffered a brain injury during the 2019 Christmas siege.
Meanwhile, stepson Max is a handful too, going off the rails and assaulting teacher Daniel Osbourne.
After years away, Kev’s sister Debbie, played by Sue Devaney, came back a successful businesswoman and gave him some inheritance she’d received.
Immediately popular with viewers, Debbie seemed a good egg.
However, it was soon revealed she’d been working with Ray Crosby, who is now in prison, to redevelop the Street.
She turned on Ray, got hold of all of his businesses and now runs the Bistro, plus his luxury hotels.
But Deb has serious money issues. After Ed Bailey was electrocuted in her hotel she owes £30K compensation to him.
Struggling to raise the cash she faces declaring herself bankrupt, so comes up with another plan to solve her worries – and it’s not at all legal…
Corner shop and kebab shop owner Dev (Jimmi Harkishin) started on Corrie in 1999.
He’s been quite the ladies’ man during his time in Weatherfield, but he doesn’t always know how to treat the opposite sex properly.
Currently single, Dev’s most recent lover, Gina Seddon, was just a bit too much for him as he struggled to cope with her bipolar disorder.
He did try to have a relationship with Bernie Winter, but that ended on day one after she was involved in a scam over Joseph’s disappearance.
Now his biggest worry is his twins.
The son of Sean Tully and Violet Wilson, teenage Dylan regularly comes to stay with his dad.
Keen footballer Dylan got on the wrong side of Sean’s boyfriend Frank during his latest visit.
Frank lashed and Sean was horrified, dumping Frank immediately.
Ed Bailey arrive in Weatherfield in 2019. He is played by Trevor Michael Georges.
Earlier this year his brother Ronnie turned up in Weatherfield and Ed was shocked to learn Ronnie thought he could be Michael’s father.
However a DNA test proved Ed is Michael’s father.
Ed recently survived a brush with death when he was electrocuted while working in Debbie’s hotel.
Thankfully he was okay, but has been left unable to work right now, meaning Debbie has to pay compensation – and she doesn’t have the cash…
Unlucky-in-love Eileen Grimshaw, played by Sue Cleaver, moved to Weatherfield with her sons Jason and Todd in 2000.
Her last marriage was to evil Pat Phelan and the less said about that, the better!
She’s in a relationship with George Shuttleworth, but his Christmas present of a bespoke funeral package didn’t hit quite the right note!
Now they are battling his sleep apnea and hoping they will be able to spend a peaceful night together.
Tim’s mum, Elaine Jones, played by Paula Wilcox was presumed dead of cancer, but was revealed to be alive when Yasmeen Nazir was in prison for attacking husband Geoff.
Horrible Geoff had controlled and abused Elaine and scared her into running away and staying away.
She has since moved in with Tim and Sally to care for Tim after his heart operation, but Sally was not enjoying having her mother-in-law around!
She ended up suggesting Elaine went home, but she’s back and was instrumental in saving Audrey Roberts from a horror accident.
Elaine has also set her sights on Audrey’s son Stephen. Will romance blossom when he’s back?
Emily Bishop (Eileen Derbyshire) is one of the longest-serving Coronation Street cast members, after appearing on screen for the first time in 1961.
She took a sabbatical from the show in 2016 and although no return date has been announced, Emily is still considered a cast member on the show.
Maureen Lipman joined the Coronation Street cast as Evelyn Plummer in 2018.
Sharp-tongued Evelyn is the long-lost grandmother of Tyrone Dobbs, and despite her nasty demeanour, she’s managed to charm him into letting her live with him.
And, now she’s let her guard down, there’s a definite soft centre. She’s still at her best with the sharp one-liners though.
Faye Windass, played by Ellie Leach, is Anna Windass’s adoptive daughter who arrived in 2011.
She had a daughter of her own, Miley, when she was just 13 years old, but Miley now lives with her birth father and is rarely mentioned.
Faye went to prison after attacking Adam Barlow, thinking it was her boss Ray Crosby who had sexually assaulted her.
She was released when Ray admitted what he did, but Faye was faced with being locked up again when she knocked over and killed pensioner Ted then covered it up. She got away with it, though.
Faye was recently overjoyed to find she was pregnant, but when she went for a scan it revealed there was no pregnancy. And further tests confirmed she was suffering an early menopause.
Boyfriend Craig is standing by her, but she is struggling with the diagnosis.
Fiz, played by Jennie McAlpine, is the mother to Hope Stape and stepdaughter Ruby Dobbs.
She works in the factory.
Earlier this year she and Tyrone Dobbs split up after many years together as he had fallen for Alina Pop.
Fiz moved on with new man Phill, but it all went wrong when his secret book-writing antics were exposed.
However, she forgave him and they got married.
But at the wedding reception she realised she still loved Ty, dumped Phill and went back to her cheating ex.
Phill has been non-the-wiser about their reunion, thinking Fiz has just got cold feet and he can woo her back. But he’s about to find out the truth…
Gail Potter/Tilsley/Platt/Hillman/McIntyre/Rodwell (Helen Worth) must hold the record for the most disastrous soap marriages, with all but one of her husbands now dead.
Currently single, Gail has children Nick Tilsley, Sarah Platt, and David Platt, and grandchildren, Max, Lily, Bethany, Harry and Sam.
Gail left for Thailand, but returned to the cobbles in September 2021 to pay her respects to Norris Cole following his death.
She is currently concerned about her mum, Audrey, who is drinking a lot.
Gary Windass came to the Street in 2008 with his family, but he’s now the only one remaining, except adoptive sister, Faye.
The builder used to shack up with Sarah Platt, but in 2017 he had a one-night stand with Nicola Rubenstein and fathered a son, Zach, with her.
He’s also dad to Jake with former partner Izzy Armstrong.
Gary, now married to Maria Connor, has become something of a criminal, having killed loan shark Rick and buried him in the woods.
However, he’s supposedly reformed and has taken in Rick’s daughter Kelly Neelan.
But he’s allowed Kelly to believe her late mum, Laura, killed her dad.
When he rescued Kelly from kidnappers, she saw a glimpse of Gary’s dark side, so surely it’s only a matter of time before she finds out the truth…
Gemma Winter (Dolly-Rose Campbell) was an old friend of Kylie Platt when she turned up to cause trouble.
But she’s since turned over a new leaf, befriended Rita, and made a home for herself on the Street.
She worked in the kebab shop for a while and fell in love with Chesney Brown, with whom she shares four babies.
She now works in the Rovers.
Tony Maudsley plays George Shuttleworth and he joined the Coronation Street cast in September 2020.
He is the son of the late Archie Shuttleworth, who has inherited his funeral parlour.
Currently romancing Eileen Grimshaw the couple are dealing with his sleep apnea diagnosis.
Eleanor Beckles plays the baby daughter of Michael Bailey and Grace Vickers.
Grace abandoned her daughter after leaving her home alone and left Michael and his family to care for her.
Harry Platt is the son of Sarah Platt and Callum Logan.
Callum died in 2015.
Harry lives with Sarah and his stepfather Adam Barlow.
Harry is played by twins Freddie and Isaac Rhodes.
The biological daughter of Fiz Stape and killer John Stape, Hope Stape is seriously troubled.
She was raised by Fiz and Tyrone Dobbs, who she sees as her father.
Hope has had some behavioural issues and was sent to a school with a behaviour unit.
At the school she met Jade Rowan, who turned out to be her paternal half-sister.
Hope has a habit of starting fires and started one that resulted in Alina losing her baby.
Hope found out newest stepdad Phill was writing a book about her dad, and went nuts. She smashed his car with a digger!
Hope also tried to sabotage Fiz and Phill’s wedding to reunite Fiz and Tyrone. She got her wish, but will that make her happy?
Hope is played by Isabella Flanagan, who is the real life twin-sister of William Flanagan, who plays Joseph.
Izzy Armstrong, played by Cherylee Houston was heralded as the soap’s first regular disabled character when she arrived in 2010.
She works in the factory, is mum to Jake, and is the only remaining member of the Armstrong family.
Izzy struggled terribly during the pandemic.
Recently fans have been worried about where she is as she hasn’t been seen on screen for months.
Drug dealer Jacob Hay, played by Jack James Ryan, first recruited Simon Barlow into evil Harvey’s ring of dealers.
But once Harvey was in prison, Jacob came back, reformed and began dating Amy Barlow.
Has the leopard really changed its spots, however?
Kevin’s son with the late Molly Dobbs was born in 2010. He’s been played by Kyran Bowes since 2016.
Jack’s biggest storyline to date came in 2018 when he battled sepsis and had to have his leg amputated.
He’s just about to find out he was the product of an affair between his mum and dad and it hits him hard.
Can he accept Kevin and Abi’s rekindled romance, as well as a new baby brother, and deal with his big revelation?
Or is Jack set for a huge meltdown?
Jake Windass is the biological son of Gary Windass and Izzy Armstrong.
However Tina McIntyre was their surrogate and she gave birth to Jake.
Jake usually lives with mum Izzy.
James Bailey is the youngest son of Aggie and Ed. He is played by actor Nathan Graham.
James is a professional footballer.
The character publicly game out as gay and reunited with ex boyfriend Danny.
Jenny, played by Sally Ann Matthews, arrived in Weatherfield in 1986 as the foster daughter of Rita Tanner.
She left, then returned in 2015 as Kevin Webster’s new girlfriend. They split up when Jenny had a breakdown and kidnapped his son, Jack, after revealing the death of her own young son.
She got help and returned before marrying Johnny Connor and taking over as landlady of the Rovers Return in 2018.
After cheating on Johnny with Ronnie, the couple decided to split. However she bought the Rovers off Johnny and was with him when he died last year.
Jenny has moved on with Leo Thompkins. He’s much younger than her and Jenny was shocked to discover her dad is an old school friend. Can Leo and Jenny make it work despite the age gap?
Joseph Brown is the son of Chesney Brown and Katy Armstrong.
After Katy died in a car accident in Portugal in 2017, he came back to Weatherfield to live with Chesney.
He is played by William Flanagan.
Earlier this year he planned to move to Portugal with his gran, Linda, but Chesney persuaded him to stay on the cobbles.
Kelly Neelan, played by Millie Gibson, is the daughter of loan shark Rick Neelan and Laura Neelan.
The teenager has been suspicious of Gary Windass ever since her dad Rick disappeared.
After Laura abandoned her, she was put into foster care and was fostered by Toyah and Imran.
However last year Kelly was involved in Seb and Nina’s attack and went to prison.
She was released after Corey Brent was caught for the crime, but she has struggled with life back on the cobbles.
She ended up living on the streets, but has since been taken in by Gary and Maria.
Kelly recently lost both her parents after Rick’s body was dug up and Laura died of cancer.
After a mission to return money to Rick’s clients Kelly was kidnapped.
Gary rescued her but she saw a side to him that terrified her. Will she work out he killed her dad?
Played by William Roache, who is the longest-serving member of the Coronation Street cast, Ken Barlow was in the first episode when it aired on December 9, 1960.
Appearing as the educated son of a working class family, Ken is moralistic and politically minded, although he has often been referred to as boring.
Boring or not, he’s bagged himself three wives over the years, plus a long-term relationship with Denise Osbourne.
He’s currently single and juggling the never-ending crises of his kids.
Mechanic Kevin Webster, played by Michael Le Vell, runs the local garage. He’s been married to Sally Metcalfe on and off over the years (currently off) and has two kids with her – Rosie and Sophie Webster.
Kevin had an affair with Molly Dobbs and their son Jack was born in 2010.
Kev was due to marry Abi Franklin, but just before the wedding they were given the terrible news Abi’s son Seb had been attacked.
Seb later died leaving Abi heartbroken.
Abi and Kevin later made it down the aisle and he supported her through her grief.
But he found out she had cheated and broke things off. It was made worse when Abi had Imran’s baby.
Though Kev realised he still loved her and he was being a huge hypocrite.
They reunited and Abi and baby Alfie are about to return home.
But Kev’s son Jack is struggling and the pressure is mounting. Will Kevin be able to cope?
Adorable Kirk is the brother of Maria Connor and partner of Beth Tinker.
He arrived in 2000 and works in the factory as a packer.
Andy Whyment has played him for 18 years.
Leanne Battersby, played by Jane Danson, first came to Corrie in 1997. She left in 2000, but returned for good in 2004.
She’s since been married to both Peter Barlow and Nick Tilsley and has an adopted son, Simon Barlow, plus a biological son with Steve McDonald, Oliver.
Little Oliver died from Mitochondrial disease in 2020.
She currently lives with Nick, Simon and has begun to grow closer to Nick’s son, Sam, who he found out about in 2020.
She is battling to save her sister, Toyah, from prison after she’s been accused of killing her husband Imran Habeeb.
But it’s clear Leanne doesn’t actually believe Toyah is innocent…
Leo Thompkins, played by Joe Frost, arrived last year as a love interest for Jenny Connor.
He is much younger than her and she’s not sure it’ll work at all.
However, she’s moved him in, met his dad (who she went to school with!) and is making a go of things.
Trouble brewed recently when Leo’s homebrew wasn’t up to scratch, but is this just the tip of the iceberg of future problems?
Liam Connor Jr
Liam Connor Jr is the son of the late Liam Connor and Maria Connor. He is played by actor Charlie Wrenshall.
He recently had an asthma attack sending Maria on a mission to reduce air pollution on the Street.
Lily Platt is the daughter of David Platt and Kylie Platt. She is also the half-sister of Max Turner.
Kylie died in 2016. Her dad David went on to marry Shona Platt, making her Lily’s stepmum.
Lily is played by Brooke Malonie.
Llio is Chesney and Gemma’s daughter, also one of the quadruplets.
The daughter of Nicky Wheatley, Maisie Wheatley, played by Lucia Aliu, has not been on screen much, but she’s set to stick around with her mum.
Actress Samia Longchambon joined the Coronation Street cast as Maria Connor in 2000.
She married Liam Connor, but he died leaving her a widow and single mother to their son, Liam Junior.
Maria has had many ill-fated romances since then. She is currently married to Gary Windass.
She was recently voted on to local council to campaign for cleaner air.
But her policies have made her several enemies. She’s been subjected to a vicious online abuse campaign as well as being tracked.
Mary Taylor became Mary Cole when she married Norris in a fake wedding for a competition, but she’s always harboured secret feelings for Norris.
Played by Patti Clare since 2008, Mary has a son, Jude Appleton, who she gave birth to after being raped in her teens. They were close for a while but he betrayed her.
She works in the florist and has a strange friendship with Tracy Barlow.
Max Turner is the son of Kylie Platt and Callum Logan. However he views his stepfather David as his father.
Callum died in 2015 and Kylie died in 2016. He still lives with David, stepmum Shona and sister Lily.
Paddy Bever took over the role of Max in September 2021 and Max is out of control. Can David and Shona calm him down?
Michael Bailey is the oldest son of Ed and Aggie Bailey. He is played by Ryan Russell.
Michael’s ex-girlfriend, Grace, made him believe the child she was nannying for was actually his daughter. He then found out she was genuinely pregnant with his child.
This year, Grace gave birth to a baby girl, who they named Glory.
Grace sold Glory to her in-laws and left the cobbles late last year, leaving Michael a single father.
After some time away following several failed relationships with Carla Connor and Leanne Battersby, Nick returned in October 2018 to be by Leanne’s bedside as she recovered from a car crash.
The pair rekindled things yet again.
Just before his stepson Oliver died, Nick ran into his ex-girlfriend Natasha and discovered he had a 10-year-old son named Sam.
After Natasha was shot by drug dealer Harvey Gaskell, Sam has come to live with his dad and Leanne.
Sex-worker-turned-teaching-assistant Nicky Wheatley, played by Kimberley Hart-Simpson first arrived in 2020.
She left the cobbles to start a new life away from the sex industry, but returned earlier this year to cause trouble for Daniel and Daisy.
She’s sticking around, but after Daniel rejected her, who will she turn her attentions to next?
Nicky bonded with Peter Barlow over a hatred of authority recently, but will it lead to more?
Earlier this year, Nina and her boyfriend Seb were attacked by Corey Brent, Kelly Neelan and their friends.
Seb died from his injuries leaving Nina devastated.
Nina turned to drink, especially as it seemed like Corey got away with the attack.
However she later found evidence to have him arrested and was relieved when he was sent down.
But the experience has left her with PTSD and panic attacks. Can Roy help her overcome them?
The deputy headmistress of Weatherfield High has been given a more prominent role of late as the show shifts focus towards the teens.
She has been forced to deal with tearaway Max Turner, as well as the upskirting scandal and accusations against Daniel Osbourne of inappropriate behaviour with Summer Spellman.
Carla Mendonça plays her.
Gemma’s twin brother Paul, played by Peter Ash, was David Platt’s cellmate in prison, before pitching up on the Street in January 2019.
He was at the centre of a harrowing historic child sex abuse storyline in 2019.
Recently he split up with boyfriend Billy and is currently living with Daniel Osbourne.
But he’s still very central in caring for Summer. One of her three dads, will Paul be able to help her through her latest troubles?
He’s been a bigamist, marrying both Lucy Richards and Shelley Unwin at the same time, an alcoholic, a dad to Simon, a legal husband to Leanne Battersby and Carla Connor, and a partner to Toyah Battersby.
Recently Peter married Carla and underwent a liver transplant.
Peter was arrested last week after assaulting the surgeon who performed the operation.
Mr Thorne had been heard boasting he did Peter’s operation in under four hours for a bet. Peter lashed out and found himself under arrest, but he’s refusing to let the issue lie.
He managed to get the vital evidence he needed to send Thorne down, but Simon feel for Thorne’s lies and handed the recording over.
Peter has yet to really forgive his son.
Phill, played by Jamie Kenna, arrived on the cobbles as a new love interest for Fiz Stape.
He overheard her arguing with her ex, Tyrone, and after flirting with her asked her out.
However, despite their growing relationship, Phill ended up betraying Fiz with his big secret.
She forgave him and they got engaged, but then dumped him moments after they married.
Phill has embarked on a desperate campaign to win Fiz back, but he’s about to be left heartbroken when he finds out she’s with Tyrone…
Rita (Barbara Knox) runs The Kabin on Coronation Street. She joined the soap in 1964 and she’s been married four times.
Currently single, Rita’s closest allies on the cobbles are former foster daughter Jenny Bradley and Gemma Winter.
In 2017, it looked like Rita might die when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour, but fortunately she had surgery and is back to fighting fit.
Last year, her former foster daughter Sharon returned to Weatherfield. However it was revealed she was involved in a drug gang with her nephew Harvey.
Rita and best friend Audrey recently fell out, but can they make it up again?
Roy Cropper, played by David Neilson runs Roy’s Rolls and has been in the Coronation Street cast since 1995.
He married the soap’s first transgender character, Hayley Cropper, who sadly passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2014.
His closest current relationship is with Carla Connor, who he regards as a daughter. Niece Nina has moved in with him.
He supported Nina after she was attacked by Corey Brent and his friends.
Ronnie Bailey (Vinta Morgan) is the brother of Ed Bailey.
His arrival caused trouble on the street as he told Ed he believed Michael was his son. A DNA test proved that Michael wasn’t his son.
However he slept with Jenny Connor, who was married to Johnny.
Eventually Johnny found out the truth and it’s fair to say he wasn’t happy.
Ruby Dobbs (Macy Alabi) is the biological daughter of Kirsty Soames and Tyrone Dobbs.
However she has been raised by Fiz Stape and sees her as her mother.
in 2021, Ruby found out her birth mother Kirsty had died.
The son of Michelle Connor, Ryan came back to Weatherfield in the form of new actor Ryan Prescott, for Michelle’s wedding in 2018.
He was always causing trouble, including a drugs entanglement a couple of years ago.
He had a relationship with Alya Nazir, but she ended things with him after he got involved with Daisy.
Ryan now has money troubles and is about to get into bed with Debbie Webster to solve them. It might not be his brightest idea…
Sally (Sally Dynevor) joined the soap in 1986 and married Kevin Webster. They had two children, Rosie and Sophie, and have split up and got back together more times than seems normal.
Social climber Sal’s currently married to Tim Metcalfe.
She has spent time in jail, wrongly convicted of fraud, and is now nursing her husband back to health following several scares including a heart bypass and struggles with impotence.
But as they face a sexless marriage, is it going to be too much for rampant Sal to deal with?
Sam Blakeman is the son of Natasha Blakeman and Nick Tilsley.
Last year, Nick was shocked when he ran into Natasha and found out he had a nine-year old son.
Sam is played by Jude Riordan.
When Sam’s mum Natasha was shot and killed last year, Sam was shocked into silence.
He managed to find his voice again thanks to chess.
Sam is now entering tournaments and smashing them. Plus he has his first crush.
She’s the sister of Nick Tilsley and David Platt and became mum to Bethany Platt when she was just 13-years-old.
Sarah has another son, Harry Platt, who was the product of a relationship with evil drug-dealer Callum.
After a turbulent relationship with Gary Windass, she married Adam Barlow.
Things were rocky when his ex started stalking them and set it up to look like she and Adam were having an affair.
Sarah threw Adam out, but the truth was revealed and a showdown left Adam fighting for his sight.
Fortunately, all was well and Sarah and Adam were reunited.
Sean Tully – played by Antony Cotton – joined the Coronation Street cast in 2003 and has been unlucky-in-love ever since.
He works in the Rovers and found himself homeless after a series of unfortunate events left him with nothing a couple of years ago.
Fortunately old flame Billy Mayhew stepped in to offer a helping hand and Sean slowly got back on his feet again.
Son Dylan is back on the scene – Sean just needs a decent new man now!
When Shona Ramsey arrived in 2016 it was clear she was hiding something big. Shona got closer to David Platt, and revealed she was the mother of Clayton Hibbs, Kylie’s killer.
Shona (Julia Goulding) finally revealed the truth to David and he eventually got over it and the two are in a relationship. They struggled in 2018 though, in the aftermath of his rape.
And then she landed up in a coma after a shooting. A brain injury has left her character very different, but she and David have found fresh happiness together.
Young Simon Barlow, the son of Peter Barlow and Lucy Richards, didn’t have the best start in life due to his father’s bigamy and his mother dying of cancer when he was only little.
Alex Bain has played Simon since 2008 and has tackled storylines such as being violent with his adoptive mum, Leanne, and joining a gang.
Last year began delivering drugs for dealer Harvey to financially support Leanne, which led to the family going into hiding.
But he is back living in Weatherfield now Harvey is behind bars.
However he’s struggling with his guilt over the situation and was very against his cousin Amy’s relationship with Jacob Hay.
Martin Hancock made a shock return as eco-activist Spider Nugent last month.
He has re-connected with ex, Toyah, but found himself arrested after breaking into the brewery to stage a protest.
We’re sure to see him again, but why has he really returned?
Audrey’s eldest son Stephen Reid, played by Todd Boyce, is back in town.
He arrived just in time to rescue Audrey who had been trapped under a motorbike all night.
Stephen insisted he was sticking around to care for his frail mum, but the warring Platt family made him feel so unwelcome he left again.
However, he is set to return this week, but is he hiding something?
Simon Gregson has played Steve McDonald since 1989. He’s the twin brother of Andy and the son of Liz and Jim McDonald.
He’s married seven times – twice to the same women. He married Tracy Barlow in October 2018.
He has three children – Amy with Tracy, Oliver – who died in November 2020 – with Leanne, and Emma with ex Fiona. His baby with Michelle, Ruairi, died at birth at 23 weeks.
Steve owns Streetcars after being forced to sell the Rovers Return when he cheated on wife Michelle and they got divorced.
He was left devastated when Oliver died and now spends his time raising money for charity.
Homeless Stu Carpenter, played by Bill Fellows, was instrumental in bringing down killer Corey.
He then helped Kelly as she battled to survive life on the streets.
Stu almost lost his life in a fire at Speed Daal, but was rescued. Now Yasmeen is putting him up and it’s clear there is a spark between them.
As she helps him track his long-lost daughter, will it end in tears?
Summer Spellman is the adoptive daughter of Billy Mayhew and she arrived in 2017.
She was originally played by Matilda Freeman, however Harriet Bibby took over the role last year.
Billy fought a tough battle to get her after her deeply religious grandparents wanted her to stay with them.
Fortunately, Billy won Summer’s heart – and the legal rights to raise her, and she even stood by him when he descended into drug addiction earlier in 2018.
Last year, Summer was diagnosed with Type one diabetes.
After falling for teacher Daniel Osbourne, Summer has developed an eating disorder.
She isn’t looking after herself and it’s putting her life in danger.
She also cheated on her exam and let Aadi take the fall.
It seems life for this once promising teen is only going to get harder…
Sally Metcalfe’s husband Tim (Joe Duttine) owns half of Street Cars. He’s been in the show since 2013 when his biological daughter, Faye Windass, tracked him down.
Tim has experienced tough times, with Geoff claiming Yasmeen tried to kill him. He has also met his ‘dead’ mum Elaine.
Elaine recently moved away from Weatherfield, but still stays in contact with Tim.
Tim underwent a triple heart bypass earlier this year and one of the side affects is impotence. Tim is mortified he can’t perform and even purchased erectile disfunction pills off the internet.
Sally is desperate for him to get help, but will he listen?
Todd returned to Weatherfield after some years away. He ran away after hitting a policeman and came back in similarly dramatic fashion after a brush with a dealer.
Now he’s back and working at the funeral parlour.
Most notably, a new actor Gareth Pierce is playing him now, after Bruno Langley lost his job.
Toyah Battersby arrived in 1997 alongside sister Leanne. She left in 2003, but returned in 2016 as the girlfriend of Peter Barlow.
Up until 2018, Toyah ran the Rovers with Peter, but she lied about her adoptive baby – she was really Eva Price’s baby. Peter ended their relationship.
She’s now with Imran, but things are on very rocky ground after she agreed to bring up his baby with Abi.
Toyah was heartbroken to realise Imran had cheated on her with a close neighbour, but her desperation for a child outweighed her upset and she forgave him.
They got married and went for custody of Alfie.
However, it all became too much for Toyah in the end and she lost it, smashing their car into a wall.
She’s adamant it was an accident and she didn’t intend to kill either herself or her husband.
But the police aren’t so sure and she’s on bail for murder.
Can she prove her innocence? And is she really all that innocent?
Troublemaker Tracy (Kate Ford) was born to Deirdre and Ray Langton in 1977, but Deirdre’s second husband Ken Barlow adopted her.
She’s been in prison for murder and has spent most of her time on the cobbles wrecking Steve McDonald’s many marriages.
But she’s finally got her man and Tracy and Steve married in 2018. They live with their daughter Amy and spend a lot of time bickering.
Tracy has revealed her better side, supporting Steve through Oliver’s illness. She also appears to have a good friendship with stepdaughter Emma.
But she’s lost none of that fiery tongue nor fighting spirit. And that’s why we still love her.
Character Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Halsall) joined the Coronation Street cast in 1998 and started work as an apprentice at Kevin’s car garage after losing his job collecting trolleys at Curly Watts’ supermarket.
Ty lived with Jack and Vera Duckworth who became like parents to him.
He was engaged to Fiz Stape until earlier this year when he fell for Alina Pop.
Tyrone soon realised he was still in love with Fiz and after Alina lost their baby, she left the Street, leaving Ty free to go back to his former partner.
However, Fiz was loved up with Phill.
She ditched Phill on her wedding night and went back to Tyrone, but Ty became unsuspecting Phill’s confident and ended up going on Fiz’s honeymoon with Phill!
However poor Phill’s about to find out the truth about their reunion…
Wendy Papadopoulos (neé Wendy Flamin’ Crozier)
The woman who ruined Ken and Deirdre‘s marriage, Wendy Flamin’ Crozier (now Papadopoulos) is back.
Roberta Kerr plays the other woman and has returned as Abi’s foster carer.
When she came back to the street, she didn’t get a warm welcome from Tracy.
But why has Wendy really returned? And is there a future for her and Ken?
Yasmeen (Shelley King) made her first appearance on the cobbles in 2014. She came in as the mother of Kal Nazir and grandmother of Alya and Zeedan.
She got married to Geoff Metcalfe in 2019, however he was abusive.
Geoff died in 2020 and currently Yasmeen runs Speed Daal with Alya.
She is warming towards Stu Carpenter, but is she ready for a new relationship again?
Zeedan, played by Qasim Akhtar, returned to the Coronation Street cast in September 2021 after a three-year absence.
His return was shrouded in secrecy after he revealed he’d split up with his new wife. After he was attacked in the Street, he confessed his in-laws were after him.
However, he then confessed the real reason they wanted him – because he cheated on his ex-wife.
He began laundering money for father-in-law Hashim after it was also revealed Zeedan had stolen from him.
But Hashim had a heart attack and died in front of Zee, who didn’t call an ambulance to help.
When Yasmeen found out she was horrified and banished her grandson. But she is slowly starting to allow him back into the family fold.
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** This article was updated in July 2022 to reflect the ongoing changes in the Coronation Street cast.