LIFE AND LOVES OF KATHY; Janet Tansley says goodbye to an Emmerdale favourite.
Byline: Janet Tansley
AFTER 16 turbulent years in Emmerdale, it's little wonder Kathy Glover is seeking solace in the sun Down Under!
Kathy, alias Liverpool actress Malandra Burrows Malandra Burrows (born Malandra Elizabeth Newman on 4 November, 1965 in Woolton, Liverpool) is an English actress and singer. Early life
She started dancing after encouragement from her mother, under the tutelage of Billy Pearce's mother Jean: she appeared , said farewell to Beckindale this week.
Kathy first arrived as a freshfaced 18-year-old in 1985.
Starting as a farmworker, she bedded Jackie Merrick John Jacob "Jackie" Merrick was a fictional character in the British soap opera Emmerdale played by Ian Sharrock.
He died in an accident while he and Seth Armstrong were hunting for a £10 bet, he tried to take a shotgun out of his car, but it got caught and went off by , then had an affair with smooth-talking Tony Marchant Tony Marchant (born 11 July 1959 in East London) is a British playwright and television dramatist. In 1982 he won the London Critics' Theatre Award for Most Promising Playwright for "The Lucky Ones" and "Raspberry". - only to be wooed back.
In 1998, the pair married, the first of Kathy's three marriages. Wedded bliss ensued, but disaster followed.
She miscarried after contracting a sheep virus. Then Jackie accidentally killed himself with a shotgun.
She began a stormy courtship with extravagant and selfish haulage boss, Chris Tate Christopher "Chris" Francis Tate was a fictional character on the ITV1 soap Emmerdale in the UK. He was played by Peter Amory.
Chris was a member of the cast for 14 years. .
Kathy married Chris in 1991 - fitting in a short romance with Rev Tony Charlton in between.
But his gambling got out of hand and Kathy sought solace in smoothtalking American wine American wine production in the United States wine has existed for over 300 years. Today wine production exist in all fifty states, with California leading the way in wine production followed by Washington State, Oregon and New York.. merchant, Josh Lewis.
She was on the verge On the Verge (or The Geography of Yearning) is a play written by Eric Overmyer. It makes extensive use of esoteric language and pop culture references from the late nineteenth century to 1955. of leaving Chris in Christmas 1993, when he was paralysed in the Emmerdale plane crash. She stayed, only to discover Chris had found understanding in her friend Rachel Hughes, and that Rachel was pregnant with his son.
Kathy had a breakdown and fled to Scarborough to recuperate re·cu·per·ate
To return to health or strength; recover. . When she returned, Kathy agreed to marry easygoing eas·y·go·ing also eas·y-go·ing
a. Living without undue worry or concern; calm.
b. Lax or negligent; careless.
c. Dave Glover and divorced Chris.
The engagement was called off when Kathy found Dave had had an affair with rich Kim Tate who was having his child. But after another failed relationship with the chef Sean Rossi, Kathy drifted back to Dave, whom she wed.
Dave plotted to leave with his old flame but died in a fire.
Another relationship with married businessman Doug Hamilton hit a sour note when she discovered his 'wife' was a man.
In 1998 Kathy was knocked down in a hit and run and spent weeks in a coma. She fell for biker Biff Fowler but, when he caught her kissing Graham Clark, he left her at the altar.
Graham confessed he killed her best friend, Rachel Hughes on a weekend away. He looked set to kill them both when he lost control of his car, but Kathy survived.
Her last romance was with stud farm manager Andrew Fraser.
TURBULENT YEARS: Kathy, pictured right after winning the best soaps actress Bafta award, charts her Emmerdale lovers, clockwise from bottom right - 1, Dave Glover, 2, Chris Tate, 3 and 4, Jackie Merrick, 5, Biff Fowler, 6, Sean Rossi and 7, Chris Tate again