Grey O’Brien, 51, starred as Tony Gordon on the ITV cleaning soap Coronation Street from 2007 till he exited the present three years later. The actor took to Twitter and shared his delight over finishing his therapy by ringing a bell within the hospital in a video clip he shared yesterday.
In view of his 1,392 followers, the cleaning soap star wrote: “About three months ago, a trip to the doctor with swollen glands led to stage four tonsil cancer. Today marks the end of my treatment & I couldn’t be more thankful to everyone who has supported me along the way. @Beatson_Charity @CRUK_BI #CancerAwareness #tonsilcancer #staystrong.”
Within the brief video clip, Grey seemingly appeared in excessive spirits as he rang the tip of therapy bell.
In line with the MailOnline, the bell was created in April 2014 to mark a therapy milestone.
Followers flocked to touch upon the submit, with many praising the actor and sending their nicely needs.
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His character Tony ended up taking Carla hostage at gunpoint within the manufacturing unit earlier than it went up in flames.
A combat ensued and Carla was in a position to escape however Tony misplaced his life in a catastrophic explosion which destroyed the manufacturing unit.
Grey beforehand admitted his position on the favored cleaning soap was a “game-changer” for his profession.
Talking to The Herald in 2017, he stated: “You understand how large that character was. It was completely bonkers.