Monday, 17 May 2010

Antony Cotton says Enough is Enough




Antony Cotton, who plays Coronation Street's Sean Tully, has been on GMTV this morning to launch the Lesbian and Gay Foundation's new Enough is Enough! Action Against Homophobia campaign. He was talking to Ben Shepard live from the Corrie cobbles. You can see that here.

Antony also stars in the Enough is Enough! Action Against Homophobia video, featuring Sir Ian McKellen (Corrie's Mel Hutchwright) too. Watch the YouTube here.

6 comments:

Coronation Street Corner said...

When I saw the title, I thought he was leaving Corrie!

Had my hopes raised there!

Flaming Nora said...

Ah, I like Sean. It took a long time but I really like him now.

Anonymous said...

I thought the same as CSC! Wishful thinking.

Anonymous said...

Antony is a total star, it's great to see him and the Corrie cast get behind the campaign.

Check out the pictures here http://www.facebook.com/pages/Enough-is-Enough-Action-against-Homophobia/104665959573641?v=photos#!/album.php?aid=9250&id=104665959573641

xx Jo Dunning

seapenguin said...

Good luck to you Antony - when kids are still getting duffed up at school for "being gay" in 2010 it's high time something was done.

Mr Dalek said...

I thought he was leaving too saying ive had enough of not getting storylines! I do like him though hopefully the new producer will use him

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