PracticePeople In PracticeTakingStock – TV death sees return to desk job for Brookside

TakingStock - TV death sees return to desk job for Brookside

Having shot to fame last year playing the part of Clint Hoffat in Channel 4’s Merseyside soap Brookside, Greg Pateras has now been blasted back to the world of accounting obscurity.

The KPMG audit trainee who last year took up the role as Katie Rogers’ boyfriend has, so word has it, decided to rekindle his audit career with the Big Five firm in Liverpool.

Apparently he has already told the Liverpool Echo of his intention to return, having been blown away by long-time Brookie character Ron Dixon during a midnight raid on Dicko’s abode.

It will be interesting to see how our Greg copes with the return to normal life as a humble auditor – but TS is sure that there will be plenty of swooning at client offices when the soapy hunk comes in to check the books.

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