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Todd Grimshaw is a fictional character from the British soap opera Coronation Street , formerly played by Bruno Langley from to , and now played by Gareth Pierce. The character's debut was broadcast on 14 January He was introduced as part of the Grimshaw family, formed around the established character Eileen Grimshaw Sue Cleaver. Todd was the programme's first gay character which generated much coverage in the British media.
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Coronation Street: Todd and Marcus' half-naked gay kiss sparks complaints to Ofcom - Mirror Online
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Coronation Street: Todd and Marcus' half-naked gay kiss sparks complaints to Ofcom
In scenes aired on Monday night, Billy Mayhew and Todd Grimshaw fell onto a bed together and kissed passionately after a date. And — despite it being — some people majorly kicked off about a gay kiss being broadcast before the watershed. At the time, someone tweeted: "Not sure we need the full steamy gay scenes this early. While a second said: "Let's hope they finish during the adverts! No more gay action please!
British soaps have long been loud and proud when it comes to addressing sexual orientations, identities and issues alike. However, when Coronation Street was first broadcast in , it was unimaginable that two characters of the same sex could ever share the same bed, let alone have a relationship. Brookside introduced the first openly gay character in soap history in