DISHY DOCS WILL GIVE TV's CASUALTY A SHOT IN THE ARM; Beeb Does an ER as It Brings in New Stars

By Pope, Philip | Sunday Mirror (London, England), July 5, 1998 | Go to article overview

DISHY DOCS WILL GIVE TV's CASUALTY A SHOT IN THE ARM; Beeb Does an ER as It Brings in New Stars


Pope, Philip, Sunday Mirror (London, England)


THE BBC is taking a leaf out of the ER casebook - and adding George Clooney-style pin-ups to the cast of Casualty.

Three dishy doctors and a gorgeous new nurse will set pulses racing for patients and staff alike.

The new line-up will begin in the autumn...and the BBC hopes an injection of sex will boost ratings above the previous high of 12million.

Britain's answer to George Clooney will be steely-eyed Robert Gwilym, 40.

Robert, who starred in the BBC drama Tiger Bay earlier this year and played Nick Hammond in the hit series Soldier, Soldier, will play a dark and mysterious hospital consultant called Max Gallagher.

Gallagher lives for his work - but the female staff of Holby General will soon try to persuade him otherwise.

He'll be joined by newcomer Gerald Kyd, 24, as sexy junior doctor Sean Maddox.

Like ER heart-throb Noah Wyle, Maddox is set to raise a few tem- peratures on the wards.

"Sean is young and single and he enjoys flirting with patients and nurses alike," says a Casualty insider.

The ER success formula means that the nursing staff will get a shot in the arm too. …

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