Ben Mitchell is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders , who has been played by six different actors since his on-screen birth on 21 March Matthew Silver appeared as an infant Ben between and , and Morgan Whittle played him as a toddler between and After a five-year absence from the series, Charlie Jones assumed the role of Ben in In , the character was recast with Joshua Pascoe in the role, who made his first appearance on 13 December
Nolan Leslie Ross is a genius software inventor and also a computer hacker who comes to the aid of Emily in her plot for revenge against the Grayson family. He is shunned by the rest of the Hamptons community, which he could partially be due to his loyalty to David Clarke. When Nolan first went into business, large companies turned him away and nobody supported him, but David believed in his ideas and invested some of his money in Nolan's company, NolCorp. Nolan, therefore, believes that he has a duty to uphold the Clarke name and, as a result, helps Emily in her plot against the Graysons by aiding her through the use of various technical skills. Nolan's help has proved vital to Emily's revenge and therefore they've become best friends, forming a bond with each other and deepening Nolan's loyalties to the Clarke family.
Ben is a young man in his early 20s, who was enjoying the life of a bachelor as a bartender in New York City with his buddy Tucker and his brother Danny, until he finds out he knocked up his ex who left the baby girl on his door step. Ben is then forced to take responsibility; kick his old habits and learn how to take care of his baby girl. He is portrayed by Jean- Luc Bilodeau.
Politicians are set to meet with both clubs as well as police and Glasgow City Council later on Friday to discuss the forthcoming Old Firm clash. Want the latest Scottish sport news sent straight to your inbox? Join thousands of others who have signed up to our Record Sport newsletter. Politicians are set to meet with both clubs as well as police and Glasgow City Council later on Friday to discuss the forthcoming Old Firm clash which has been thrust into the spotlight after crowds of Rangers fans broke lockdown rules to party in George Square last weekend. But Tory leader Ross - who has officiated as an assistant referee at a number of Old Firm matches - gave his backing to the game going ahead without incident.