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 The final Silver Street episode was broadcast on Fri 26 Mar 2010 and the final omnibus on Sun 28 Mar 2010
The ResidentsBack to the Chart
Sean BradySean Brady
Played by Lloyd Thomas

DOB: 24th December 1986
FAMILY : Grandmother - Mary Brady; Great-uncle - Brian Kavanagh; Uncle - Pete Brady; Mother - Siobhan, half sister - Hannah, Father - Jai Dattani
LIVES: In the Akhtar's house with Jas
WORK: Sean runs the Golden Crown for his Gran
CHARACTER: Sean is definitely one of the lads - he feels most at home when he's on the streets and he's always getting into scrapes with Arun & co. Sean's cheeky and good-looking. He's keen to prove he's got what it takes, and he's not afraid to challenge other lads his age to prove themselves either.
STAR SIGN : Capricorn

Sean

"Me and the lads could do with a car really, just to get out of this place. No, nothing ever happens round here man - all there is to do is play footy or pool, or hang around on Silver Street and eye up the talent. Not that there's much of that round here either! I'm definitely the best looking guy in the gang though - girls are always eyeing me up. Arun's my best mate around here, when he's not being an idiot! I wasn't too sure about Arun at first - he was too desperate - but I reckon he's ok now. Actually he's pretty cool."

"Growing up with Gran hasn't been that bad. Some people might think it's weird, but it's all I've ever known. Gran's pretty cool anyway - the rest of my mates respect her. She says she's seen it all before - Mods, Rockers, Punks, the lot - so she's not worried about me hanging out with the lads. That was one one of the worst things about being sent to the Young Offenders Unit, knowing that I'd let Gran down. I learnt a few good lessons in there though, like never getting involved in anything that might end up with me getting sent back there again!"

It was strange meeting my mum for the first time and having her in my life at last, in fact I still can't call her 'mum'. Siobhan's cool though and now I've got a sister as well. It's good that Gran and Siobhan are kind of getting on now. I thought that knowing who my dad was would complete the jigsaw but finding out that Jai's my dad just left me cold. If he came back I don't know how I'd feel. Anyway, I've realised that I've already got all the family I need right here in Silverhill. I did come close to leaving though. I was all set to start a new job in the States. But then my criminal record scuppered all that. Still, Uncle Suresh reckons any problems can be overcome. Maybe he’s right – who knows where I might end up?…"
 
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