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Kate Colgrave Pope

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Kate Colgrave Pope

Kate Colgrave Pope is a young British actress.

She played 24-year-old Victoria Moon in a flashback episode of EastEnders, opposite Dickon Tolson who played Victoria's late husband William Moon (aged 24). This episode later went on to win the British Soap Award for 'Best Single Episode'. She also played a character called Kim Holland in Holby City in 2006.

She is the daughter of Hollyoaks and Coronation Street actor Tony Hirst.[1] and Acclaimed Theatre teacher/director Sue Colgrave.


  1. ^ "Zoe Lister and Tony Hirst".  

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