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May 14, I'm trying to consume less sugar, less salt and drink more water. UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: David Harewood, 52, answers our health quiz. It kickstarts a whole new relationship between them that's full of banter like the Tom Kent (OLIVER COLEMAN) and Sam (CHARLOTTE SALT). Dylan Keogh is a fictional character from the BBC medical drama Casualty, played by William Beck. He first appeared in the twenty-fifth series episode "Only .
I think it's a mixture of apple juice and porridge and cornflakes. There isn't much opportunity for him to tap-dance on the table, but the sarcasm he employs is grounded in reality.
He genuinely gets frustrated in situations. We're very much estranged and Dylan has remarried his dog Dervla, who he has a much stronger relationship with. I understand the desire to want to see the conclusion, but once that happens there's nowhere for that to go. The anticipation is delicious.
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I started out training to be a doctor before I decided to act and I'm still fascinated by the endless variety of diseases and the endless amounts of questions that arise each time. People here are really lovely and I'm flattered that people know what goes on. I think the audience thought, 'Maybe. We see him get over-involved with patients - if they drink he's got an opinion about that, if they come from difficult circumstances he has an opinion about that.
I don't like funny-coloured liquids and I don't like guts but this has been good for me.
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In my third episode I had to undress a tramp's leg wound, and there were maggots and it was very disgusting. The brave face I put on was so fake. I'm starting to feel a bit more settled now. I'm spending more time here although I can't get my head around rugby, I love football, but I'm trying to embrace it.
Dylan's such a complicated character, and Sam is too so it's a nice relationship, and you see the trouble they've had. It'll go on for God knows how long I'm sure. I think they're going to play it that one of us is still in love with the other.
There's a bit of a clash with Zoe. Sam's not good with other women, she's from a man's world.
I love Sunetra [Sarker, who plays Zoe] so much but it was really fun - I want to do more of that! I don't want to be nice ever! I love the city but I haven't picked up any Welsh yet - too many vowels. The anticipation is delicious. It soon emerged that she and Dylan were married and that they were estranged from one another. She thought that both characters were complicated and that they had had a troubled relationship.
Salt said that when Sam saw Dylan's life was under treat, her immediate instinct was to protect him. When she refused, Zoe asked Dylan to try and make Sam see sense. Dylan was "reluctant" to get involved in the matter, but was worried that Sam would suffer for defending him. He defends Sam, but is shocked to learn from her former army colleague Iain Dean Michael Stevenson that he and Sam had an affair.
He finds it hard to hide his real feelings for her when he's being questioned They lose all sense of professionalism, and end up bickering in the middle of the hearing room!
The couple tried to stay professional, but when they began to snipe about their failed marriage, they placed themselves and their patients in danger. Salt commented, "by the end of it, she and Dylan do bond.
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They realise that, in the grand scheme of things, their argument isn't that important. When she asks to talk to him after work, Dylan jumps to the conclusion that she wants to get back together and he books a table at a restaurant for them. Dylan refused to have anything to do with Sam and began belittling her. Dylan continued to say what he thought about her and she tried to rise above his comments. Salt also thought that Dylan held hopes of a reconciliation, but Sam knew that getting divorced was the right thing to do.
Dylan and Sam's issues began affecting their jobs and they almost lost a patient during one argument. As they started arguing about a patient's diagnosis, Dylan lost his temper and told them that he knew they were together. As Dylan saved Amanda's life, she had developed "a hero worship of him", which Wilson said would test Dylan. Amanda soon located Dervla and brought her back to a relieved Dylan.
When he found a photograph of Dervla on Amanda's food trolley, he was worried that her supposed crush was getting out of hand.
Sam then informed Dylan that she gave Amanda the photograph, as Amanda had been making everyone in the ED a personalised mug as a goodbye present.
People will pronounce on him various medical conditions, or say that he's not an accurate depiction of what a doctor can be, but I'm pretty certain he is. I've met people like that.
However, Dylan was not satisfied and later told Tom wha he did, resulting in them squaring up to each other. A show spokesperson commented, "seeing Sam and Tom together is killing Dylan. Dylan's not good at showing emotions, but deep down he really is in love with Sam. Producer Erika Hossington had teased the character's return in Augustsaying that a "familiar face" would make a surprise reappearance in October that year. Zoe and Caleb Knight Richard Winsor were struggling to cope with an influx of football fans who were injured during a fight, so Dylan got straight to work.
Beck explained that the characters would have been aware of each other during his first stint in the ED and that there could be some clashes between them in the future, as Dylan does not enjoy being told what to do.
With Sam and Tom absent from Holby, Dylan felt it was okay for him to come back. Dylan made it clear that he was not interested. But when he tries to have the nurses retrained, he came into conflict with Rita Freeman Chloe Howman. Zoe was also "perplexed" by his management style, which was soon tested by a road accident with multiple casualties.
He also told Reilly that Dylan would learn "a lot about himself" during his time as acting clinical lead.
Beck told Laura Heffernan of Inside Soap that Dylan had not been in touch with his father for a long time, so when he was reunited with him he felt "paralysed by the situation". It's a battle between them, and Dylan doesn't want to be the one to give in. However, Hazel was in Bay 4 and Dylan did not want to treat anyone in there. Beck stated that unbeknownst to Dylan at the time, he was actually suffering from obsessive—compulsive disorder OCD.
He and Brian later clashed, which did further damage to Dylan's mental state. He's finally forced to accept that he can't control everything around him. The team wanted to see how far they could take Dylan with the storyline.
This time, Brian brought his infant daughter, and Dylan's half-sister, Rihanna with him.