Former EastEnders wife beater, Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan) cast in new ITV drama, The Widower!
Former EastEnders star, Alex Ferns, has been cast in a new ITV drama, The Widower.
Alex, as fans of the hit BBC1 soap will know, played the cruel and domestically violent husband of Little Mo Slater, Trevor Morgan, from 2000-2002 until he met his maker in a house fire he had planned to kill Mo and her family.
But, as viewers will see, his new role is set to be completely different to Trevor, and every other evil role he has played, so much so he appealed to Facebook followers to learn how to play a good guy!
Ferns’ plays a policeman in The Widower, alongside legendary British actor John Hannah, in the story of Malcolm Webster, a widower who killed his first wife and attempted to kill his second.
Also starring Sheridan Smith and Reece Shearsmith, The Widower will comprise of three one-hour episodes, which are being directed by Paul Whittington, and produced by ITV Studios, Octagon Films and NZ Films, with Kwadjo Dajan serving as the series producer and Jeff Pope serving as executive producer.
Discussing his new role with the Scottish Daily Record, Ferns said: “For one, I am playing a good guy. I’d say for the first time in my life. In fact, when I got the role I put a post up on Facebook asking for tips.
“It turns out it wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be. It’s not a huge part but it was great.”
Watch a clip of Ferns’ in EastEnders action as evil Trevor Morgan in the clip below: