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How old is Violet in EastEnders and who is playing her? Here’s what we know about Callums Nan …
The Violet Highway arrived in EastEnders before the wedding of Callum (Tony Clay) and Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden).
Her character has been described as « straightforward » and has no qualms about putting people in her place.
But who is Callums Nan and who is playing her? Here’s what we know about Gwen Taylor …
She has apparently spent a lot of time with Callum in the past and is close to her grandson, but she isn’t overjoyed with his wedding.
« She’s very stuck with Callum’s previous unhappy wedding to Whitney and won’t let her forget it, » said actress Gwen Taylor.
« She likes to delve into, but she also wants to make sure Callum is fine and she doesn’t get hurt too. Vi doesn’t entirely agree with their relationship, but she accepts them because Callum seems happy.
« She makes comments on them, but she softens it up a bit, so as not to be too tough. «
The actress has also described her character as an » intruder « who always asks stupid questions and » keeps putting her foot in « .
Her credits include Amy Pearce in Duty Free and Barbara Liversidge in the sitcom Barbara.
She also played in Heartbeat as Peggy Armstrong between 2005 and 2009, and Coronation Street fans could recognize her as Anne Foster between 2011 and 2012.
Other shows include Doctors , Midsomer Murders and Inspector Morse, wä While her film appearances include Monty Python’s life as Brian and The Lady in the Van.
About her last role, Gwen said, « I feel a bit like my mother who plays Vi.
« She always had to ask her questions and tell her little, just in case she was cut out, so I think that’s what I like about Vi. »
She continued that she absolutely did loves working with actors Tony Clay and Max Bowden of Callum and Ben, adding, “I think I’m in love with them all! I want to wrap them up and take them home, they were so cute and nice – so Understanding of an old lady who is new to everything. «