William Ash, who plays William Ash in Emmerdale, has been gushing over his cousin Peter Ash, who portrays Paul Foreman in Coronation Street.
Following Paul’s motor neurone disease diagnosis, Peter is presently at the center of a painful and dramatic tale.
The story has so far focused on Paul’s friends and family accepting his disease and vowing to cherish every moment they have left with him because MND will shorten his life.
They recently participated in this, among other ways, by going to Paul and Billy’s (Daniel Brocklebank) wedding. The ceremony was place at the Bistro since it is illegal for same-sex couples to wed in a church; nevertheless, Paul believed he had discovered a way to get past this unjust restriction.
After being married in the Bistro, Paul revealed to Billy that his vicar buddy had consented to secretly marry them at a church. Billy was overcome with emotion as his desire was realized when they traveled there and were remarried.
William Ash has been complimenting Peter for his consistent, powerful performances and calling his cousin a “great youngster” as this narrative progresses.
I caught a glimpse of it the other day, and he is quite outstanding. His actions are excellent. He stated, “He was absolutely great.”
I saw the segment where he received the wheelchair, and he was just fantastic. Those events at the bar. I don’t watch much television, but while I was at my mother’s, we both watched it.
“He’s been great,” I said. He has been excellent in it, so it’s truly a shame that he will ultimately have to go. He is a superb young man.
Caleb Milligan, played by William, is presently embroiled in a major plan in Yorkshire with Cain (Jeff Hordley), a resurrected Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller), and others.
This past week, we learned that Cain and Caleb had been imprisoning Aaron in the abandoned farmhouse at Wylie’s, and that the cherished figure was now in distress following Liv’s (Isobel Steele) demise.
William elucidated, “Caleb and Aaron actually rub up against one other in a horrible way.”
Because Caleb now also owns what was his home. There are several conflicts present. Additionally, Caleb is quite protective of Chas, so when he observes how Aaron treats her, he develops a strong disdain for him.
You don’t want me to be your adversary, he seems to be saying. I believe Caleb is okay with him being that way, but if he persists, Caleb will have an issue with him.