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Phil Pearce

Phil Pearce
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Peter Alexander
Duration 1986–88
First appearance August 1986
Last appearance December 1988
Introduced by Michael Russell
Classification Former; regular
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Occupation Builder

Phil Pearce was a fictional character on Emmerdale Farm, played by Peter Alexander in the 1980s, beginning in 1986.

Phil Pearce, a builder, left his wife, Lesley, and young daughter, Diane, to move with Sandie Merrick into Mill cottage. The Mill had been converted into a flat by the company that Phil had just formed with Joe Sugden. Phil and Sandie started an affair which was unveiled by Diane when she found out, to a packed audience in The Woolpack. Sandie's affair caused another village scandal, and Annie Sugden made clear her disapproval.

Pearce was responsible for the incineration of Crossgill's farmhouse by burning old rags indoors.[1] In December 1988 he was jailed for his involvement with an antiques fraud organised by Eric Pollard.[2]

Peter Alexander returned briefly to Emmerdale as a different character in 2006.[3]

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