Being Human series four – Annie, Tom & Hal character profiles
Being Human will soon return to BBC Three for the fourth series but some of the most familiar faces will be missing from the show.
Mitchell (Aidan Turner) died during the series three finale, while Russell Tovey (George) has admitted that he will have a lesser role in series four and it will also be his last. It has been confirmed that Sinead Keenan has also quit her role as werewolf Nina.
Thankfully Lenora Crichlow will be back as ghost Annie, Damien Molony will join the cast as vampire Hal and Michael Socha has been promoted to a lead character in his role as werewolf Tom.
Check over the character profiles below….
Annie (Lenora Crichlow)
Annie has been a ghost since her fiancé killed her back in 2007, but since then she’s seen more of life than ever before. She’s defied death’s door, been to Purgatory and back, discovered her lover (Mitchell) was responsible for the murder of twenty innocent people and watched as he was killed by best friend George. In this series, Annie is more than ever the matriarch of Honolulu Heights, left holding the baby with the fate of the world in her hands.
Tom (Michael Socha)
Werewolf Tom has spent his life on a mission: to kill vampires. In series 3, Tom discovered that not only was his father, McNair, not his real dad, but that he was the one who gave him the werewolf curse. Since McNair’s death, Tom has stayed in Barry and is welcomed into Honolulu Heights. Putting his nomadic life and his mission to kill all vampires (mostly!) behind him, Tom has to learn to live like a human, love like a human and fight like a human. But will he succeed?
Hal (Damien Molony)
Hal has been a vampire for over 500 years and the temptation for blood and carnage still rules his every waking thought. Since meeting best friends Leo (a werewolf) and Pearl (a ghost) in 1955, Hal has managed to stay off the blood by sticking to a rigid structure and keeping away from all people. Coming to Honolulu Heights is a huge disruption for Hal. And he doesn’t cope well with disruption. At first, Hal – the stand-offish, posh vampire – and Tom – the common, feral werewolf – find themselves at loggerheads, but once a mutual respect is gained, we see this odd couple become close.