Coronation Street's Antony Cotton reacts to surprise Violet return amid shock Dylan bullying storyline
Coronation Street star Antony Cotton has shared his delight as it was revealed that actress Jenny Platt will be returning to the cobbles. The actress is set to reprise the role of Violet Wilson - the mother of Dylan Wilson who she shares with Antony's character Sean Tully.
Violet, who first appeared in the ITV soap in 2004, was last in Weatherfield in 2008 after she gave birth to Dylan. Violet then moved to London with Dylan leaving the show. She made a one-off appearance in an episode filmed on location in London in 2011, which is the last time we saw officially saw her.
But she has often been referenced by Sean following Dylan's return to the street back in 2020, played by actor Liam McCheyne ten years after he was first cast in the role, for a brief stint before returning again in 2022.
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Violet will be returning to show, with her first scenes on March 20, to support for her son who has recently been exposed for his involvement in the bullying of Liam Connor, alongside ringleader Mason Radcliffe. In the coming months, Dylan will be facing the serious repercussions of his actions and will be needing the support of both his parents.
As Corrie fans know, Dylan has been involved in the cruel bullying of Liam for months with Mason even pulling a knife on Liam during one of his heartbreaking tormenting sessions.
It has been revealed that in an hour-long episode to air on Wednesday, February 14, Corrie viewers will discover the depths of Liam’s despair as he is seen to search online ways to kill himself but is interrupted by his