Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Alan Halsall wins Serial Drama Performance at NTAs 2013

Alan Halsall, who plays Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street, has won the National Television Award 2013 for Serial Drama Performance.

Lovely picture here (via @digitalspy on twitter) of Alan Halsall with his trophy, and wearing Bill Tarmey's watch.

The awards took place tonight, Wednesday 23 January 2013 at the O2 in that London.

Alan beat his Corrie co-star Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) who was also nominated for this award along with Emmett J Scanlan  (Hollyoaks) and Adam Woodyatt  (EastEnders).

Well done, Alan!  Richly deserved.

The award was presented to Alan by Nigel Havers (Lewis Archer) who joked that on his first day at Coronation Street he said he was there to "posh it up".

On receiving his award, Alan thanked Corrie creator Tony Warren, Executive Producer Kieran Roberts, Ex-Producer Phil Collinson, the Corrie writers, cast and crew, his wife and family and gave a special thank you to Liz Dawn and to the late Bill Tarmey. "I love you," he said.

Have a look at all of the red carpet arrival pictures of the Corrie cast here.

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