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She also provides her family members with a high level of emotional support. As a consequence, Debbie missed out on socialising and has become mature beyond her years.
When Fiona left Chatsworth at the end of series 2, Debbie seemed, at first, to relish the responsibility of running Gallagher household.
Debbie appeared in 65 episodes in total. In series one, Debbie abducts a three-year-old boy because she "wanted a girl, but none of the girls on the estate would take the chocolate".
So she dressed him up in girls clothes. When Debbie finally admits her actions to her family, a furious and bewildered Fiona, Steve McBride James McAvoy , Lip, and Ian, formulate a plan to return the youngster back to his family without incriminating Debbie.
After circulating false rumours of sightings around the Chatsworth Estate for much of the day, Debbie emerges as the hero of the hour when she returns the boy to his distressed family.
Unlike Fiona, Lip, Ian and Carl, Debbie admires him and often shows her love for him, often seen to be the most affected when he is in danger or trouble.
Throughout the series, Frank often lets Debbie down and seems to be unappreciative of her efforts to keep the family together. For example, during some of his drunken rants, he presents himself as being lumbered with children whom he has the sole responsibility of caring for them and seems to forget occasionally what an asset Debbie is to the family.
Debbie also detests her mother more than the rest of the family, refusing to forgive her for abandoning them years ago or for her continued laziness and self-absorption.
She views her siblings as her dependants and generally supports them through their various misadventures. The rest of her family generally recognises all she does for them.
She can also be seen to forge strong relationships with other characters, notably Marty Fisher Jack Deam and Mandy Maguire Samantha Siddall , she also tends to come up with numerous money-making schemes to provide income.
Debbie and Tom break up at the beginning of series 6 during her 16th birthday party when she realises that Tom is too old for her and that he wants much more from the relationship.
Tom begins to stalk her, although he tells workmate Carrie that Debbie has been stalking him. Debbie is now seemingly in a relationship with a man called Mark, whom she met on a night out with Maxine Donnelly Joanna Higson and when she got drunk, he took her back to his student residence to sleep, but nothing more.
However, at a funeral the family had been invited to, they met again, and she discovered it was his Grandmothers funeral. At first, Debbie was a little objective to a relationship with him after he made comments about Frank who had decided to go to the toilet behind a tree at the funeral and then punched Mark however she told Maxine of her feelings for him.
He later used the chair when a hired gunman was going to kill both Paddy Sean Gilder and Mimi Maguire Tina Malone , but Mark knocked the hit-man out with the chair.
After this, Debbie and Mark have sex in on the kitchen floor, reminiscent to the scene in the first episode where Steve and Fiona also have sex in the kitchen, in the same place as Debbie does.
Debbie does not return in for series 7. At seventeen, Debbie perhaps had no wish to allow her role as the driving force of the Gallagher household hold her back from her potential.
Liam, who had been virtually brought up by Debbie since the age of four, has taken on her former role in the Gallagher household or maybe after Child Services incident she realized she was unfit to being a parent figure to her dysfunctional family and joined the Army to find her place.
Carl Gallagher  born 18 January is a fictional character from the Channel 4 drama Shameless , he is the fourth oldest Gallagher sibling.
Initially he played only a minor role in the show, but since series two has been featured just as much as the other Gallagher children.
Carl appeared in episodes in total. In series 3, Carl briefly worked for the Maguires by growing marijuana for them in his loft, until the police found out about the production.
After Lip confronted Shane over the matter, Shane agreed to call off the family hunt for Carl. Carl develops a long tally of sexual conquests in the later series, one notable example being the mother of one girl whom he was dating during his last year of secondary school.
Mickey makes several unsuccessful passes at Carl. Through series 6 and early series 7, Carl pursues and begins a relationship with auxiliary nurse Maxine.
Carl breaks up with Maxine after she admits to having aborted his child and feeling he is too immature to be a father. Carl soon decides he wants another chance with Maxine, and is encouraged when she has sex with him in the Jockey toilets.
However, he does not know that Maxine only had sex with him to get her mind off Ian, whom she is beginning to have feelings for.
Carl proposes to Maxine, but she turns him down. Carl continues to hope until Micky, out of hurt and jealousy, tells Carl about Maxine and Ian.
A heartbroken and enraged Carl meets Ian in The Jockey toilets before savagely beating him. He smashes the engagement ring to pieces and cuts all ties to Maxine and Ian.
Carl begins working for Michelle, the head of a male escort agency that Jamie Maguire Aaron McCusker briefly worked for; when Jamie no longer wants to have sex with her, an eager Carl is more than capable of taking over the job.
Unfortunately this proves to be the one bright spot for Carl around this time. Her brother, Jimmy, a local tough, viciously attacks Bonehead in front of them, and threatens them into staying silent.
When Bonehead dies, Jimmy makes sure they are seen as the prime suspects, and threatens them into fleeing town. Carl and Chesney end up on a farm in Wales, but when Carl is able to get reception for his mobile phone, the messages of support from Maxine and his family move him and he and Chesney decide to return home.
Carl even gets a gun to use on Jimmy, but Joe Pritchard Ben Batt convinces him this would be a mistake. Carl and Ian still have bad blood, with blood literally spilled for Ian as his attempt to tape a confession from Jimmy had ended in a beating.
Carl visits Maxine at hospital and tells her he knows she was right to have the abortion. He convinces her to give Ian another chance, as he says that he can be her mate, but Ian is her soulmate.
Ian and Maxine reconcile, and so do Carl and Ian. He also had sexual relations with her. He proposes to Sita, but she turns him down.
Carl also seems to fancy soon-to-be stepmother Libby Croker Pauline McLynn , when he starts to get visibly aroused when he looks at her backside and legs.
In series 9, Carl becomes a police officer and leaves Chatsworth to move in with his girlfriend, Clem, thus leaving none of the Gallagher children on the estate.
Liam Gallagher born 12 March is the second youngest of the Gallagher children and is a minor character until series 5, when he takes a more central role in the main storylines.
He is named after the singer of the same name. He apparently suffered from epileptic fits when he was smaller, although this has never been seen.
It was also implied that he used to wet the bed, though he claims that it was only to help put out the fires, which he had a fondness for starting, as seen during his pyromania phase in series - matchboxes and lighter-fluid were routinely found under his mattress by his brothers Carl Elliott Tittensor and Ian Gerard Kearns.
In later episodes, Liam shows considerable intelligence and resourcefulness like sister Debbie and is also an outspoken atheist. In series 5, signs of genius in Liam became obvious when he was shown to be an adept car thief, much like Steve McBride James McAvoy , and was seen later to use a defibrillator on a comatose Frank when it was thought that his heart had stopped.
In series 6, it is revealed that Liam is a talented musician, and also fluent in Sign Language. Given his academic performance, the school determines Liam to be an exceptionally gifted pupil, which leads to him being awarded a special scholarship.
During an interview at a local university, he initially fails to make a good impression due to nervousness. But that changed when his father Frank attempts to steal the "Joy of Sex" manual from the university library; Liam plucks up the courage to tell the panel of education directors why he deserves the scholarship in an impassioned speech.
Liam appeared in 78 episodes in total. In series 3, the then five-year-old Liam was almost expelled from his RC primary school when he openly denounced religion during a Christmas nativity play that was held by the school.
Debbie tried to warn Frank of the situation and the expected visit from the school, but to no avail. On the day of the school visit, and when it was apparent that Frank was not going to help, Debbie had to take matters into her own hands.
Unfortunately, the rumour got out of hand, and spread out across the Chatsworth community, until a fundraiser for "Liam Day" was set up by Jez Lindsey Dawson , the landlady of "The Jockey".
He also tried to get rid of the clothes Debbie and Maxine stole, thinking that they brought "bad Karma". And was seen later with a copy of the Torah when counselling a Jewish convert with a penchant for pork-scratchings.
Although knowledgeable about religion, Liam does not appear to endorse nor practice any of them. Liam is now one of the few people in Chatsworth who is aware of Micky homosexuality.
In series 7, Debbie has left Chatsworth to join the army, and perhaps due to this, Liam seems to have taken on more responsibility within the household, even getting a job delivering newspapers to support the family.
Liam now attends a prestigious senior school. He soon falls for a girl called Holly, whom he meets during his music lessons. Holly takes Liam home to meet her parents, when he tells them his father is a deceased heart specialist.
But an accident at school exposes the lie. Unable to come up with the money, Liam desperately asks his drunk father for help. Frank accidentally headbutts him, causing Liam to run out of The Jockey.
Later on in the episode, Liam contacts Joe, asking "if I die, would it clear my debt? When a scuffle ensures between his brothers and father, he moves to a different ledge, and throws his phone down.
After a heartfelt pledge by Frank to be more supportive, and from Joe to write-off his debt to him, Liam seemingly jumps, but he simply lands onto the balcony 7 feet down, recovers his mobile phone, and holds both Joe and Frank to their promises.
When Carl is framed for the death of a local boy, Liam is instrumental in helping to clear his name and convincing him to come home.
Liam begins to act more hostile towards her than ever. The family realise why when Carl finds a letter Liam has kept from Debbie which tells them she has been sent to Afghanistan.
Slowly they become friends and Liam tries to help Reggie as he has no one to take care of him since being widowed. However, Liam begins to realise he was wrong about Reggie and returns to apologise and sit with Reggie as he dies.
By then, he seems to have eventually warmed to Libby after she promised him that she would never leave no matter how much Frank might put her off.
Debbie and Liam had such a strong bond with each other, that she would frequently use his help in various activities.
It was to Liam whom she addressed the letter to when she was assigned to Afghanistan. Between Series , Liam was the remaining Gallagher on the Chatsworth estate that possesses any sense of responsibility and maturity.
But there was no need, as the news turned out to be a cruel hoax by the returning Monica. When Monica came back, Liam finally confronted his mother on her attitude toward her family.
Monica replied that her relationship with his father was "above right or wrong". When Monica left after her deception was revealed, Liam followed her to the bus stop, where her latest Lesbian lover greeted her.
He only paid the girl for her time with him, and won the money back in a game of Three Card Brag. When Frank goes missing after his stag night, Monica demands custody of Liam and Stella.
When she came to collect them, Liam forced Monica to take him rather than Stella, otherwise he would make her life difficult.
Liam left with Monica after saying he would come back as soon as Monica gets her new house from the council, which was the true reason she wanted Liam and Stella in the first place.
Liam had left the Chatsworth Estate to live with Monica. Although, by Series 11, Monica came to live with Frank, without Liam, indicating that Liam left his mother sometime after the events in Series 8.
In the final episode of Shameless , Liam was stated by Lip to be a practicing Buddhist. She has appeared in a recurring role since May , and appeared on a regular basis in the eleventh and final series.
Stella appeared in 15 episodes overall. Stella is born to Frank and Monica in April , with Monica giving birth next to Frank, who is in a coma during the birth.
During Series 6, Monica walks out on the family again, leading to Social Services temporarily taking Liam and Stella into care, however neighbours Yvonne Karib Kelli Hollis and Stan Waterman Warren Donnelly offer to foster them in order to keep them close to the Gallaghers.
She shows great maturity for her age, and is shown to be thoughtful and caring. She has an abortion, however one of the twins survives, and she gives birth to Ben Gallagher in The Jockey.
As Monica feigns bereavement over the baby she "miscarried", and Frank neglecting his newborn son, Stella is forced to take on the role of looking after Ben.
Fiona decides to take Stella and Ben back to Amsterdam with her, leaving her in the care of her old friend, Kev Ball Dean Lennox Kelly , however he loses them.
Stella follows Frank to the bus stop with Ben in her arms, where Frank rages at an upset Stella that she was a mistake and that she ruined his life, leading to her sadly walk away alone.
Frank takes them back to the Gallagher household, walking into Fiona and Monica fighting over the upbringing of the two children. He is born in the final episode of the eleventh and final series.
He was born in The Jockey. After his birth, he is named Ben by Monica who feigns bereavement over the baby she "miscarried" and neglects him while Frank shows a lack of interest in the child and leaves full care to Stella.
Fiona attempts to make Frank and Monica see that their disastrous parenting is only going to damage Stella and Ben before deciding to take Stella and Ben back to Amsterdam with her, leaving her in the care of her old friend, Kev Ball Dean Lennox Kelly.
However, he loses them as Stella wanted to stay with her father and took Ben with her. Stella follows Frank to the bus stop with Ben in her arms, as Frank rages at an upset Stella that she and Ben were a mistake and that she ruined his life, leading to her sadly walk away alone with her brother.
A guilty Frank later finds Stella and Ben at a local park, he apologizes for his harsh behavior and confirms that he does love her and Ben, much to her joy.
Frank lets Stella play while he finally takes an active role in caring for Ben by finally holding him and changing him.
John Woodvine Series 2. She is somewhat resentful of Frank, calling him a "selfish little shit". She is close to all of his children, especially her great-grandson Liam Gallagher Johnny Bennett.
She is the carer for her husband Bunty, who does nothing but eat. Out of desperation, she shoots Bunty dead in front of Frank and willingly goes to prison for it.
She is last seen when she is visited by her grandsons Liam and Ian Gallagher Gerard Kearns , and she appears to be loving prison life. In her final scene, she deliberately causes a prison riot to extend her sentence as she wants to spend the rest of her life in prison.
Patrick "Paddy" Maguire is the patriarch and the head of the Maguire family, the most feared and therefore most respected of the local criminal families.
It was shown in Series 6 that he is a supporter of Celtic F. Paddy appeared in 52 episodes in total. Paddy is extremely aggressive and violent and his presence puts fear into most people on the Chatsworth Estate.
For example, when he and his family enter the local pub, The Jockey, the customers sitting at the table beside the entrance clear the seat for them.
He and his family are also drug dealers on the Chatsworth estate. He has a particular dislike for the Gallagher family, particularly Frank David Threlfall and Lip Gallagher Jody Latham , which he has demonstrated on several occasions, both physically and verbally.
However, in more recent series, Paddy has begun to show a more compassionate side, and since series four, he has also become much more accepting of Lip, as well as Karen Jackson Rebecca Atkinson , the wife of his oldest son Jamie Aaron McCusker.
Paddy also has a strong sense of family and is loyal toward them. For example, when his daughter-in-law Karen becomes severely depressed he becomes the rock upon which she can lean.
Paddy now has some grudging respect for the Gallaghers. Despite showing open contempt for higher education, Paddy has occasionally shown knowledge of certain literary subjects.
In Series 6, Paddy was briefly abducted by the mother of a teenager who died after using his drugs, who in revenge repeatedly injected Paddy with heroin, causing him to become addicted to the substance.
His attempts to conceal his new habit and deal with its effect on his life were a recurring theme of Series 6, with him finally going cold turkey later in the series, during which he had visions of his father Padraig.
In addition to the visions of his father, Paddy fantasizes about sleeping with Karen and Kelly Maguire Sally Carman , who are both his daughters-in-law.
After a short conversation, Paddy hands Kelly an amount of money, in exchange for sex. Later on in the episode, an awkward Paddy and Kelly exchange moments, in which Paddy offers Shane and Kelly the master bedroom of the Maguire house, out of guilt.
Shane insisted he would forgive her anything, no matter whom she had slept with, but the guilty looks between Paddy and Kelly made him realise what had happened between them.
Paddy begins applying heavy pressure on Jock, the owner of the boxing club, who had borrowed heavily from the Maguires.
Meanwhile, he relentlessly belittles Micky when he wants to join the fire brigade. Micky risks his life to save Jock. When Jock is in hospital, Paddy reveals that he had been a young boxer at the club; he had real potential to use his skills to get a better life, but Jock essentially sold him to a crime family.
Micky reveals to Paddy that he lied about passing his fire test. On 6 March , it was announced that Sean Gilder had quit Shameless after five years with the show because of his rumoured dislike of Tina Malone who portrays Mimi.
It is unclear whether or not Paddy has died. Frank utters the words, at one point in the show: Mimi Tutton  also Murphy and Maguire is the brash, foul-mouthed, and violent matriarch of the Maguire family.
Her ex-boyfriend is also named Paddy. She is also a drug dealer on the Chatsworth Estate and is frequently seen doing so on the show.
She is extremely violent, easily angered and arguably more intimidating than her husband, Paddy; though as the series progresses she becomes less hotheaded.
Mimi is as hard as nails, and she can hold her own with men and women. At one point during Series 3 a whole riot squad is needed to restrain her after she attempts to free her daughter Mandy from incarceration at the police station.
Mimi appeared in episodes overall. In series 5 a more sensitive side to Mimi is shown after her ex-boyfriend, Paddy, makes a crass comment about her weight.
In the same series, she is shown attending anger management classes. In Series 6, Mimi experiences some regret over her lack of education when son Micky takes film classes.
Mimi is presented as a character who behaves in ways which are polar opposites. For example, she has no qualms about selling drugs to children and behaving in a violent manner.
However, she also has strong maternal instincts and shows compassion for others. For example, when Chesney Karib Qasim Akhtar reacts badly after consuming drugs, she and Paddy care for Chesney by feeding him and ensuring that he sobers up safely.
Later, when Yvonne Karib Kelli Hollis accuses Mimi of being an intolerant racist, Mimi retorts by describing the racism that Paddy faced when he arrived in England from Ireland.
Yvonne and Mimi realize that they share love for their own children and would do anything to ensure their happiness.
To make matters worse, she is arrested for an assault that her son Jamie carried out. This is because she does not want to see her ex-con son go to jail again.
At the end of series 6, her beloved daughter Mandy is killed by the woman who got Paddy addicted to heroin. The strain of this loss causes Paddy and Mimi to split up.
In series 7 Mimi lives in The Jockey as landlord and has an affair with a friend of her son Micky named Billy Tutton Michael Taylor , until she finds out that he is only fourteen years old, although he looks just as old as Micky.
After the boy starts to blackmail Mimi into a secret relationship, Mimi tries to threaten him to keep him away from her, finally giving him a gun filled with blanks and daring him to shoot her.
When he pulls the trigger, she pretends to be dead, and he flees Chatsworth, believing he has killed her. To add insult to injury, they ask Mimi to supply them with some party drugs to help loosen them up before the photo shoot.
Mimi films them and sets up a website to display the shots. Mimi gives birth to a newborn daughter, later named Cilla, at the end of Series 7 after complaining of stomach pains and nausea which scared her into believing she had started menopause.
The baby was presumably fathered by estranged husband Paddy. According to the Shameless website, Mimi will return to living in the Maguire house, with baby daughter Cilla, in Series 8.
It is implied that she is unsure who fathered Cilla because of her fling with underage Billy. At the end of Series 8 the couple marry, despite ongoing controversy and disapproval of much of the family.
In Series 9, Mimi forces Billy to have an open relationship because she is worried she is to old for him. It is also implied she knew her son Micky was gay all along, after she encourages him to leave the estate with a baby he has saved, which he does.
Jamie Maguire is the oldest son of the notorious Maguire family, the son of Paddy Sean Gilder and Mimi Maguire Tina Malone , and recently returned after serving a ten-year prison sentence for manslaughter.
Jamie has a tendency to sleepwalk on occasion. His new reformed life was a sham to cover his murders of these three men.
Karen assumed that his courtship of her was part of this pretence, but Jamie claimed that he really loved her and they were married at the end of the episode.
During Series 5, Jamie does his best to avoid joining the family business. She distances herself from him, questioning if she would want to have a child that would grow up in the Maguire family.
Despite being portrayed as one of the warmer of the Maguire family, Jamie has become somewhat of a dark and aggressive character, possibly due to him taking on the family business while his father was going cold turkey when recovering from drug addiction.
He also proves that unlike his two brothers, he is a very effective debt collector and head of the family business, having no qualms about threatening or injuring if it brings results.
Jamie becomes a father in Series 7, but afterward witnesses the gradual mental breakdown of his wife Karen, unaware that the overwhelming guilt and self-loathing she carries is eating away at her inside.
He meets a woman named Michelle while on a night out, and has sex with her in the ladies toilets. They meet later when Michelle offers Jamie a job.
Despite his obvious disgust at the thought of working as a "man-whore", Jamie agrees to the offer. He services Michelle and other women, needing the money as well as some time away from Karen.
Initially Michelle is reluctant to let him go, but when he introduces her to the virile young Carl Gallagher Elliott Tittensor , she changes her mind.
During this time, Karen has continued her destructive affair with Joe, who seemed to have no concerns about her illness or her erratic behavior.
As his marriage implodes, Jamie is also trying to deal with a threat to both the family and their business, since his father has left Chatsworth for Ireland.
As series 8 begins, Jamie is in counseling with Karen who has returned with their son. He beats up a cab driver, erroneously believing the man is Joe, and Karen finally admits Joe is dead, although she does not tell him he was murdered while attempting to kill her.
She and Connor move back with Jamie into The Jockey as they attempt to make their marriage work. In the meantime, Jamie tricks his brother, Shane Nicky Evans , into willingly giving up his attempt to run the family business.
In series 8, Jamie is shown to be scared of clowns since he saw one of them choke to death when he was young. Luckily, one of the guns Jamie was selling ended up in her bag, and she was able to shoot the customer and get away, leading to Jamie taking the gun back and soothing her in a hot shower.
After losing to Karen in a card game, he agrees to put the pub back in her name, and the couple are seen looking up at the new sign, showing "Jamie and Karen Maguire" as the proprietors of the Jockey.
In Series 9, Jamie acts a spokesman for the estate when the majority of the people who live there are evicted. Shane, overall, appeared in episodes.
Judging by certain scenes from the fourth to sixth series, the other Maguire boys, except for Jamie, seemed to be taking direction from Shane, in the absence of Paddy and Mimi, which might imply that Shane is the second oldest of the Maguire children.
After coming out of a coma , Shane is left partially paralysed and bed-ridden. However, with physiotherapy and speech therapy, his condition begins to improve.
After a running a series of wedding scams together, Shane asks Kelly to marry him, but she was hestitant to do so. After they fall out during a party at The Jockey, he tries to make amends.
But discovers that weeks earlier, Kelly had sex with his father, Paddy. A heartbroken Shane later asks his father why he betrayed him.
Paddy reveals that he felt shamed by his sons for abandoning him during that night, and in a moment of self-pity, paid Kelly for sex to "hurt" his son, but he now deeply regrets it.
Shane demands that his father proves how sorry he is, and produces a syringe and a bag of heroin. As Paddy is about to inject himself, Shane stops him just in time.
He is now married to Kelly. They had their impromptu civil ceremony at The Jockey. While giving a deposit to a sperm bank, Shane learned that he was sterile.
Shane was upset at the thought of never having children. His father and brothers tried to help by offering to be sperm donors for Kelly, but she refused.
Shane was left to look on Liam as a son. When Carl Gallagher Elliott Tittensor and Chesney Karib Qasim Akhtar were framed for murder by a local drug-dealer called Jimmy, the Maguires initially decide to remain aloof from the situation, as it was "not their fight".
When Jimmy tried to set the Gallagher home on fire, Shane stepped in, as he knew Jimmy was afraid to cross the Maguires.
The last straw for Shane was when Jimmy promised to harm the family, including Liam. Shane and Kelly have also developed a parental bond with Liam to the point where Liam even calls them mum and dad albeit in jest as they put him to bed.
Jamie however feels that Shane is not up to the responsibility, and when he sees that Shane has been conned out of a drug deal, Jamie takes control by making Shane believe a gangster tried to have him killed.
Jamie then encourages to shoot the gangster dead, not knowing that it was in fact Jamie who arranged for Shane to be left for dead until afterwards.
A feud builds between the two throughout the first half of series 8. Micky Maguire  is a "paranoid, aggressive, violent, homosexual yet homophobe " who is a member of the Maguire family.
Despite his aggressive, exaggerated personality, he is mentally weak and often runs away at the first sign of trouble. Although his father Paddy Maguire Sean Gilder often shows him disrespect and is violent towards him, Paddy still loves his son.
Micky is the most idealistic of his family, and the most loyal to his parents. Micky appeared in 84 episodes in total. When Micky initiates a brief and casual affair with Ian Gallagher Gerard Kearns and falls in love with him, Micky exhibits the fact that he is an eager suitor when he follows Ian around and is very emotionally demanding.
In his early appearances, Micky has a dog, Nelson, whom he has been close to for years. Ian is disgusted to learn just how close they had become at one time, and declines to continue a relationship with Micky.
By this time Micky is in love with him and wants everyone to know. When Micky is about to tell his family, Ian bursts into the room and tells them about what had happened with Micky and Nelson.
Paddy immediately has Nelson put down, deeply upsetting Micky. The early episodes of the sixth series show Micky attending college to study film.
When he reveals to his parents that he wants to pursue further education, Paddy and Mimi Tina Malone ridicule him. Later on in the series, Mimi accepts the fact that Micky is going to college and supports her son in his educational endeavours.
Unfortunately, Micky struggles with the course and is distracted by an erotic story his professor accidentally slips in with his coursework.
Micky decides that his true talents are in erotic writing and gives up his place in the class for his mother, Mimi, who loves film and has always wanted to go to college.
In the Series 7, Micky continues to build a friendship with Ian, with whom he shares a house. This series has proved that Micky has a sensitive side, as explained through his dialogue with Ian when Ian became involved with Maxine Donnelly Joanna Higson.
Micky tried to warn Ian that Maxine fancied him, not realising that Ian felt the same way about Maxine. Micky was devastated when Ian insisted he cared for Maxine and wanted to be with her.
Relations between Micky and the new couple remained strained, but eventually Micky decided to stop letting the relationship bother him.
He told Maxine that all he wanted was that when she finally realises she cannot be happy with a gay man, that she let Ian down gently. But after the lady passes away Micky decides to move away from Chatsworth to look after the baby.
When saying goodbye to Mimi as he is on the verge of telling her he is gay she silences him and tells him to keep in contact.
Mimi implies that she has guessed he is gay. She is generally more law-abiding than the rest of her family, but is fiercely loyal to them and can often have a violent and abusive streak.
Overall, Mandy appeared in 51 episodes. She develops a crush on Ian Gallagher Gerard Kearns in series 1 because he stuck up for her against their teacher Mrs.
Novacovic, but sends her brothers after him when he rejects her. She is the second person to find out about his homosexuality.
However her father Paddy continues to supply her with financial support. In Series 6, Mandy has recently fallen for Joe Pritchard Ben Batt , an accountant and the captain of a local football team.
In the final episode of Series 6, Mandy was kidnapped by Maureen, an emotionally unstable woman who lost her daughter to heroin and blames Paddy for her death.
Mandy realised that Maureen was the person who kidnapped Paddy. As Maureen disappeared to put the kettle on, Mandy followed to see what she was doing, and to her horror, found a broken gas pipe which Maureen had sabotaged.
Maureen then returned to the kitchen with matches. Mandy desperately began fighting to get the matches from Maureen just as Paddy and Mickey turned up outside to save her, however they could not gain access into the house.
Inside the house, Mandy had fought her way into the hallway and ran towards the door. Just as Micky pressed the doorbell, creating a spark, Maureen lit a match.
The gas then ignited, causing the house to explode, killing both Maureen and Mandy and throwing Micky across the street. The episode then cut to Kelly, reading a book to little Katie whilst trying to hold back the tears.
In Series 8, Mandy briefly appears as an apparition or hallucination to comfort her mother when she suffers from insomnia.
Katie is born after a heavily pregnant Mandy is knocked over during a robbery at the local shop. However, Mandy decides to begin a serious relationship with Lip in order for Katie to have both her parents in her life, so she moves in with the Gallaghers, to the disappointment of Paddy and Mimi.
Mandy later reveals that she named Katie after Mimi, with her first name actually being Katherine. Lip eventually moves to Nottingham in order to go to university, leaving Mandy and Katie with the other Gallaghers.
In Series 6, Mandy later begins a relationship with Joe Pritchard Ben Batt , who begins to mentally abuse Mandy before starting to beat her.
Unbeknownst to Mandy, but Karen has begun an affair with Joe. After Paddy is kidnapped and forced to take heroin by a woman named Maureen, she is still intent on revenge for Paddy getting her daughter hooked on drugs which eventually lead to her death.
Maureen contacts Mandy to come over to her house, where Mandy realizes who Maureen is and a physical scuffle ensues.
In Series 7, Mimi decides to take Katie to Nottingham so that Lip can look after her and help her through the grief of losing Mandy at such a young age.
Katie is not seen or mentioned again until the eleventh and final series, where Frank is seen pulling faces at a young girl on the bus. The girl then leaves the bus and straight into the arms of Lip, revealing that she was Katie.
Katie, now 9 years old, is excited to see Frank, after being informed by Lip that he had been captured by the Taliban. She instantly gets on well with her aunt, Stella Gallagher Nikita Brownlee , who is three years her junior.
Lip and Frank both tell Katie that she does not need to do anything that makes her feel uncomfortable, so she stops wearing dresses.
Katie flees when Lip is beaten up in an alleyway, and shortly after this, Lip and Katie leave Chatsworth again to continue their lives as before.
He is portrayed as being more thuggish than the rest of his brothers, quite often seen using violence against other people, including electrocution, attempted murder and hands on combat.
He appeared in the show on a recurring basis throughout the first three series, whenever his family had problems to deal with on the Chatsworth Estate.
Mandy later admits to lying, and Donny stops harassing Ian. He is next seen when he is ordered to collect Ian for his parents as he has "impregnated" Mandy.
In series 3, he assists Paddy in tracking down and torturing a deaf teenage boy suspected of robbing the shop, which led to Mandy getting hurt.
He later kicks him off a multi-story car park when he uses a paint can to insult the Maguire boys. When his family moved to Chatsworth, Donny was not present and has not been seen since, with no explanation to his whereabouts.
The character of Donny seems to have been completely forgotten, along with his brother Joey Will Willoughby , as his mother Mimi often forgets to mention his name when talking about her kids.
He appears in only one episode in Series 2, with a minor role. He has not been seen or mentioned since. Nigel and Delia are her half-brother and sister.
She becomes estranged from both parents throughout the series. She then leaves to stay with her grandmother but later returns to work at The Jockey, the local pub.
She is the only other character aside from Frank to appear in every series. Karen appeared in episodes in total. Karen becomes considerably more mature in series 4, at the end of which she marries the recently freed Jamie Maguire Aaron McCusker , with whom she co-runs the pub.
Season 5 sees her becoming increasingly, albeit grudgingly, more integrated with the Maguire family and their somewhat violent way of life. Karen suffers a miscarriage early in season 6 and very soon after, her changing behavior and the loss of their child starts creating a large rift in their marriage.
During this, the Maguires find out Joe has been physically abusing Mandy, and Jamie is almost sent back to prison after brutally beating him.
The last episode of series 6 reveals Karen to be once again pregnant; however she is unsure whether the father is Jamie or Joe, who laughs and tells her "You belong to me now.
After taunting her, Joe decided to help a scared Karen deliver what could be his son, who would be christened Connor Joseph Maguire.
Afterwards, Joe would declare that he loves her and they should be a family. For example, she hides her baby in a dresser drawer.
On the third episode of the 7th series Karen starts to act in a strange manner by becoming obsessed with exercising and thinking that she can start her own fitness business, bouncing on a trampoline outside, going out late at night to buy groceries and putting baby Connor in a wardrobe.
She is saved from her suicide attempt by a quick-thinking Paddy, who shows his sensitive side when he expresses deep care and sympathy for her.
Finally Karen has to be restrained by medics and is placed in a psychiatric unit. Karen is diagnosed with bipolar disorder. When she returns home, she struggles to repair her marriage to Jamie, who is unable to have sex with her because the image of Karen during her breakdown is deeply ingrained in his mind.
Jamie, unknown to Karen, begins having sex with other women for money, and to get away from her. Jamie does not derive any pleasure from having sex with other women and is motivated by the financial gain.
Eventually he stops prostituting himself when Paddy discovers what Jamie has been up to and tries to be happy with Karen.
As much as Karen is repulsed by the sordid nature of her affair with Joe, she is also drawn to it, and is disappointed when Joe briefly stops seeing her.
When he begins going to anger management meetings, Karen repeatedly tries to taunt him, throwing cereal around his shop and offering to resume their fling, but he refuses.
Joe wants to start a new life with Karen and Connor and pushes Karen repeatedly to take Connor and leave Jamie. She also stops taking her medication, with her more erratic personality being closer to Joe than to Jamie.
Feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what she wants, she leaves with Joe, warning him that Jamie will kill them.
She stays with Joe, but soon begins to question her choice as she starts taking her bipolar meds again. She confides her worries to Ian Gallagher, who sneaks into the trunk of the car right before they leave the estate, worried for Karen and Connor.
When Karen attempts to call Jamie, telling Joe this was all a mistake and she had to go home and fix things, Joe begins strangling her.
Ian gets out of the trunk, and repeatedly hits Joe in the back of the head while in an act of self defense until he releases her and falls to the ground.
In Series 8 Karen returns to speak to Jamie, and they begin going to marital counseling, during which Karen admits that she made a mistake, and tells Jamie that Joe is dead, although not how he died.
After several rough sessions in which he makes it clear that he finds it difficult to forgive her, Jamie tells her that he wants her and Connor back home, and that they will have to see if it can work out.
At the beginning of her voiceover for episode four, he lets her out of the cab, and she walks through the Chatsworth estate, with jeers of "slag" and "slapper" being yelled by others, and egg thrown at her.
He then headbutts one man who passed the allotted time before walking out of the room, leaving Karen standing alone. Jamie used his power of attorney while Karen was ill to put The Jockey solely in his name, and at first he is very cold towards her after her return, ignoring her suggestions and making it clear that the pub was no longer hers, but his and run with Mimi, leaving Karen feeling very left out.
She explains to him that she knows she has to earn his trust back, and just wants him to give her a chance. Later, he takes her back into their bed and things begin to return to normal for the couple.
In a later episode, we see her standing in front of The Jockey, scowling up at the "Jamie Maguire, proprietor" sign. After winning a card game from Jamie, she demands that he return the pub to her.
The couple is then later seen standing in front of the pub looking at two signs, one of which says "under new management," and the other saying "Jamie and Karen Maguire, proprietors.
In series 9 Karen has returned to her former, stable self. Karen later realizes Jamie is possibly having an affair, and asks for the help of Gloria and others to find out who it is, worried that perhaps it is her condition causing paranoia.
At the end of the episode, she sees Jamie and Gloria together, and realizes who he was having an affair with all along.
Karen is attacked in the park while walking Connor. He attempts to go after enemies while trying to protect his wife and child, and later agrees to a ransom of , after Karen is kidnapped.
After several car changes, he finds Karen as she walks out into the warehouse, revealing to him that she planned the whole thing, and that she knows about his affair.
She explains that now she knows he does love her and she loves him, but that the secrets are going to stop. At the end of the episode, she tells him that if something happens to her, there is an unknown friend who knows everything about Jamie.
A recovered heroin addict, she became a prostitute and inspired Lillian Tyler Alice Barry to open up a brothel, and struck up a relationship with Shane Maguire Nicky Evans , which ended under intimidation from his father Paddy Sean Gilder.
This resulted in Shane confronting Paddy, who beat him up in The Jockey. In series 6 it is revealed by Kelly that she had had a phantom pregnancy , and was comforted by Mimi and Shane.
Kelly appeared in 85 episodes overall. In series 7, Kelly is chosen initially by Jamie and Karen to be the godmother of their newborn son, Connor Joseph Maguire.
She and Shane have also actively dealt in personal side jobs in addition to the normal Maguire family business. In the fourth episode of Series 7, Kelly has sex with Paddy in exchange for money, after Paddy found it hard to "pull" on a night out with his sons.
Paddy wanted to hurt Shane since he felt Shane had not been there for him. Paddy and Kelly kept their encounter a secret, but during a mass wedding scam, Shane proposed to Kelly.
Kelly turned him down several times, even ending their relationship, because she could not marry him while living a lie. Shane told her he would forgive her sleeping with anyone, at which point she and a guilty Paddy made eye contact.
Shane was devastated to learn the truth, but forgave Kelly, and they married in a civil ceremony at the Jockey. Shane was deeply upset when he learned he was sterile.
Kelly and Shane decided to give up on their plans and just be honorary parental figures for Liam, whom she has grown quite fond of.
Kelly was revealed in the thirteenth episode of series 7 to have a fifteen-year-old half-sister named Tonya, whose care she was briefly responsible for.
Kelly and Tonya were both fathered by a man named Homer. It was implied that he abused them both sexually. Tonya had a baby-boy named Enrico, who was in foster-care.
She begged him not to tell Kelly. Kelly and Shane break up and her and Marty start their lives together. In Series 9 Kelly loses the baby in an accident, leading to a breakdown of constant drinking and drug abuse.
She eventually leaves, disowning her friends, but returns when she realizes Marty truly loves her. Billy Tutton , first appeared in Episode 4 of Series 7, when he was on The Jockey football team, lying about his age he started a sexual relationship with Mimi Maguire Tina Malone who then went on to have his baby Cilla.
He returned in series 8, when he snatched Cilla without Mimi noticing. He and Mimi married on the last episode of Series 8.
Billy appeared in 40 episodes overall. Billy is often portrayed as unreliable and childish; therefore mocked by most of the Chatsworth community.
Numerous times he has tried to prove himself worthy to the Maguire sons and the local community by demonstrating that he can be mature and ruthless, but to no avail.
He also played as a different character called "Spider" in Series 4, Episode 5 of Shameless. She appeared in 18 episodes in total.
Ruby reveals that she has always hated Mimi for her treatment of her father and threatens to kill her. As the men push through the door the furniture topples over and knocks Ruby out of the window, where she falls onto the patio and is instantly killed.
Later, Shane and Jamie bury Ruby in a shallow grave in the woods. Kevin Alan "Kev" Ball born 24 January worked in the local public house, The Jockey, and was the next door neighbour of the Gallagher family.
He is also the brother of Kelly Maguire Sally Carman. He appeared in 29 episodes in total. He told Veronica the situation prior to their wedding.
Their plan was to use the money to buy their council house. And despite having lessons on and off over the years, has had limited success, until Veronica agreed to help him out once she learned that the instructor from his adult literacy class was sexually harassing him.
Kev also took boxing lessons from his late father during childhood; a skill he attempts to pass onto his foster child, Eric, in the second series.
He is also referred to several times in the same episode as "Kelvin Ball". Kev and Veronica appeared briefly in the first episode of the fourth series.
They were shown being brought into a Romanian courthouse. They had been arrested after attempting to buy an orphan. He returned in Series 8 for the th episode as a guest character.
He and Veronica are still together and seem to have been released by the Romanian authorities at some unspecified date.
Both Kev and Veronica now reside in Nottingham, where Kev works in construction. After this, he returns to Nottingham.
She has four other brothers called Mitch, Phil, Leo and Barry. Veronica lived next door to the Gallaghers with her husband Kev Ball Dean Lennox Kelly , although their marriage is not legal due to Kev still being married to his first wife, Roxy Jill Halfpenny.
Veronica appeared in 27 episodes overall. She stated that she and Kev thought they were rough, until the Gallaghers moved in next door, which made the two feel like Charles and Camilla.
Veronica has a rather bitter relationship with most of her family, especially her mother Carol, who often behaves with a dismissive and ungrateful attitude toward her daughter.
After the gold medallions were taken, Veronica was sorely disappointed to find out they were cheap fakes. Veronica discovers from Sheila that Sheldon used to beat and torment her by burning her with his medallions, until she snapped and stabbed him.
Veronica and Kev then convinced Frank not to allow Sheila to turn herself in to the police. Later in the show on the start of a season Kev and Veronica were seen on TV when apprehended by Romanian authorities for attempting to buy a child from an orphanage.
This came sudden and was unknown where they were till the TV report. They were jailed for up to 6 years.
Veronica and Kev both now live in Nottingham having been released from a Romanian prison by the authorities. While Veronica is never seen in person on the show again, Kev returned to the show for an episode on 27 September She was a guest character in the first series of Shameless , later becoming a main character in the second series.
She is a pathological kleptomaniac and a bossy and demanding woman, fond of having affairs with much younger men.
Carol is also best friends with nosy neighbour Lillian Tyler Alice Barry. In series 3, she found out that Lillian had an affair with her husband Malcolm in the s, resulting in a catfight in The Jockey.
Overall, Carol appeared in 28 episodes. Carol is very promiscuous for her age. In series 3, she embarked on a relationship with a man named Norman. She later found out that he was a nudist.
Their relationship ended when he urinated on her during sex. Carol is also quite religious, although she somehow is able to balance it with her promiscuous nature.
Carol moved in with her daughter Veronica and her husband Kev Dean Lennox Kelly after Marty burned her house down when he left prison and found her with another man.
She then moved in with the Gallaghers after Veronica kicked her and Marty out in order to foster a child. Carol then moved in to The Jockey. He was a guest character in the first series of Shameless , became a main character in the second series, and left along with Veronica and Kev Ball Dean Lennox Kelly in the first episode of the fourth series.
Marty was originally something of a burden to the other characters, setting things alight when he got angry, particularly whenever he found Carol with much younger men.
However, later in the series Debbie Gallagher Rebecca Ryan teaches Marty to use other words such as buttermilk and spongecake instead of swearing, and his pyromania seems to calm down when he starts a relationship with Sue Garland Gillian Kearney.
The two live relatively happily in the Gallagher household for a time, until Marty accompanies Kev and Veronica in a scheme to buy a Romanian baby from an orphanage.
Marty escapes back to the Chatsworth with the stolen orphan and suggests to Sue that they raise it as their own. Initially Sue is reluctant but later saves the baby from being sent back by the police.
He returns in Series 8, Episode Marty reveals that him and Sue lived happily for years in Spain with their kids, only for Sue to cheat on him with a rich local and kick him out of the house.
Not knowing where else to go, Marty flees back to the Chatsworth and begins squatting in a flat once occupied by heroin addicts, and on the run from the CSA for not paying child maintenance.
Presumably, he found his mother Carol who left to go to Maguluf , as he returns with her urn. In series 9, him and Kelly hit a rough patch when she loses the baby, she leaves him, but returns on discovering he truly loves her.
He also attempts to tamper with the estates electricity, resulting in a total blackout. In the tenth series, after discovering that his children are still alive, Marty left Chatsworth to find them.Damaged Goods - Review Grey's Anatomy: Alle Serien auf Serienjunkies. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. This thing I enjoy the most about this show is how well they have developed the characters. November um Das pralle Leben eben! Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am Seite 1 von 1 Zum Anfang Seite 1 von 1. Das ist gute britische Schauspielkunst und gut gemacht. Enjoy the bad stuff without guilt. Durch die Nutzung dieser Website erklären Sie sich mit den Nutzungsbedingungen und der Datenschutzrichtlinie einverstanden. For now, all I can say is Holy Bad Behavior there Batman!