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" The actor said that "wasn’t sure how much life there was left in Charlie as he has done things that are so extreme", and that he hoped that he would go "before people can get sick of him." In 2005, actor Bill Ward claimed that people approached him regarding the abuse his character gave to Shelley Unwin (Sally Lindsay).
He said that "every now and then, after a couple of beers, somebody will come up and say 'She deserves it, doesn't she?
He claimed that it would be "an emotional day" as he was "very attached to Charlie".
He also opined that he was "probably the only person in the country who really likes him!
Actor Bill Ward was cast in the role of Charlie, who was originally to be introduced as a "hunky builder" who would "get pulses racing among female fans." The producers hoped that the character would "have the same impact as womanising builder Len Fairclough".
Upon the announcement of the character's arrival, an insider claimed that "Charlie is a real Jack-the-lad type, very gruff and sexy...a rogue who will be very popular with the ladies." Bill Ward revealed that he was "thrilled and delighted to be joining Corrie." Bill Ward's signed a new contract with the British soap opera in early 2005 because the producers planned "to build Charlie's sadistic behavior towards Shelley (Sally Lindsay)" throughout the year.
At one point, he tried to make her choose between him and her mother, Bev (Susie Blake).
On one occasion he ripped out Shelley’s earrings in a fit of rage.
, has just been added to the growing roster of men who have been accused of sexually harassing or assaulting people they work with.
The producers decided to renew the actor's contract because "so many viewers identify with the plot." Upon the announcement that the character would begin a romance with Tracy Barlow (Kate Ford), a Coronation Street insider revealed that it was "a piece of genius by the writers pairing the show's biggest bitch with the vilest villain", and that "the antics they will get up to will obviously cause misery and heartache for many people." It was also revealed that "it was decided that the two characters of Charlie and Tracy were very much part of the programmes long-term future", and that it "therefore made sense to cement them together as a couple and to give them storylines guaranteed to make them two of Weatherfield's 'most hated'." Bill Ward "shocked" Coronation Street producers by deciding to leave the serial a few months into his then-current contract, since they had "expected him to stay on after giving him another top storyline".