It is a small world in soapland but some of you might not know a former Emmerdale star is married to an infamous Coronation Street serial killer.
Elianne Byrne has enjoyed a number of bit-part roles in Emmerdale down the years. Between 1998 and 2017 Elianne has appeared in the village as a nurse, Chrissy Roberts and Stephanie Ray.
As soap fans will likely know, Graeme played serial killer John Stape in Corrie. Graeme enjoyed a series of juicy storylines as he went from a teacher who had an affair with his pupil Rosie Webster to a murder.
He was nominated for Soap Awards Villain of the Year with John Stape meeting a grizzly end in a car crash in 2011.
Since leaving the soap, the Coventry-born actor has made a string of appearances with roles in Casualty, Doctors and Benidorm. In the past, he’s also had a brief role in Emmerdale as police officer Martin Crowe.
Acting couple Elianne and Graeme have two children Audrey, 12, and a son named Henry, 10.
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You’ll have probably spotted Graeme in current ITV drama Stephen which stars Steve Coogan and follows the murder of Stephen Lawrence.
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