The British Soap Awards 2003

Saturday 10th May 2003


Hosted by Des O‘Connor & Melanie Sykes

BBC Television Centre, London

Nominees (winners in Red)


Best Comedy Performance: Vince Earl (Brookside), Andrew Whyment (Coronation Street), Shane Richie (EastEnders), Mark Charnock (Emmerdale)


Best Dramatic Performance: 


Raymond Quinn (Brookside), Sue Nicholls (Coronation Street), Natalie Cassidy (EastEnders), Leah Bracknell (Emmerdale)


Hero of the Year: 

Neil Caple (Brookside), Sue Nicholls (Coronation Street), Kacey Ainsworth (EastEnders), Marcus Patrick (Hollyoaks) 


Best Exit: 


Brian Capron (Coronation Street), Jack Ryder (EastEnders), Freya Copeland (Emmerdale), Lesley Johnston (Hollyoaks)


Best Newcomer: 


Jack McMullen (Brookside), Freema Agyeman (Crossroads), Shane Richie (EastEnders), Lee Otway (Hollyoaks)


Best On-Screen Partnership:  


Philip Oliver & Steven Fletcher (Brookside), Sarah White & Jack McMullen (Brookside), Suranne Jones & Simon Gregson (Coronation Street), Mark Charnock & Sheree Murphy (Emmerdale)  


Anthony‘s Journey as he faces the consequences of his actions (Raymond Quinn & Neil Caple - Brookside),
 Best Storyline: Richard Hillman‘s reign of terror (Brian Capron, Helen Worth & Sue Nicholls - Coronation Street), Little Mo survives prison, stands up to Trevor and marries Billy (Kacey Ainsworth, Alex Ferns & Perry Fenwick - EastEnders), Zoe suffers from schizophrenia (Leah Bracknell & Peter Amory - Emmerdale)
Spectacular Scene of the Year: 


Helicopter Crash (Philip Oliver, Katy Lamont & Greg Milburn - Brookside), Richard Hillmans final demise (Brian Capron, Helen Worth, Tina O‘Brien & Jack P Shepherd - Coronation Street), Car crash involving Kali & Phil (Christopher Timothy, Maggie Cronin & Richard Standing - Doctors), Bus Teetering on cliff (Marcus Patrick, Darren Jeffries & Stefan Booth - Hollyoaks)  

Best Single Episode: 

Richard‘s confession to Gail (Coronation Street), Hallowe‘en Night (Trevor & Little Mo - EastEnders), Marlon & Tricia‘s wedding (Emmerdale), The birth of Grace Ellis (Family Affairs) 

Best Actor:  


Raymond Quinn (Anthony Murray - Brookside), Neil Caple (Marty Murray - Brookside), Dean Sullivan (Jimmy Corkhill -Brookside), Brian Capron (Richard Hillman - Coronation Street), Steven Arnold (Ashley Peacock - Coronation Street), William Roache (Ken Barlow - Coronation Street) Roger Slowman (Rocky Wesson - Crossroads), John Bowler (Ethan Black - Crossroads), Stuart Milligan (Max Samson - Crossroads), Christopher Timothy (Dr ‘Mac‘ McGuire - Doctors), Ariyon Bakare (Dr Ben Kwarme - Doctors), Tom Butcher (Dr Marc Eliot - Doctors), Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell - EastEnders), Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell - EastEnders), Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan - EastEnders), Tony Audenshaw (Bob Hope - Emmerdale), Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle - Emmerdale), Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle - Emmerdale), Matthew Jay Lewis (Matt Ellis - Family Affairs), Miles Petit (Roy Farmer - Family Affairs), Brian Cowan (Robert Davenport - Family Affairs), Jamie Luke (Norman Sankofa - Hollyoaks), Marcus Patric (Ben Davies - Hollyoaks), David Brown (Adam Morgan - Hollyoaks)

Best Actress: 


Sarah White (Bev McLoughlin - Brookside), Suzanne Collins (Nikki Shadwick - Brookside), Meg Johnson (Brigid McKenna - Brookside), Sally Lindsay (Shelley Unwin - Coronation Street), Helen Worth (Gail Hillman - Coronation Street), Sue Nicholls (Audrey Roberts - Coronation Street), Jane Asher (Angel Samson - Crossroads), Jane Gurnett (Kate Russell - Crossroads), Anne Charleston (Betty Waddell - Crossroads), Corrine Wicks (Dr Helen Thompson - Doctors), Natalie Robb (Dr Jude Carlyle - Doctors), Maggie Cronin (Kate McGuire - Doctors), Kacey Ainsworth (‘Little‘ Mo Mitchell - Eastenders), Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Cassidy - EastEnders), Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater - EastEnders), Leah Bracknell (Zoe Tate - Emmerdale), Sheree Murphy (Tricia Dingle - Emmerdale), Deena Payne (Viv Hope - Emmerdale), Tanya Franks (Karen Ellis - Family Affairs), Rosie Rowell (Eileen Day - Family Affairs), Anna Acton (Geri Evans - Family Affairs), Sarah Dunn (Mandy Richardson - Hollyoaks), Elize Du Toit (Izzy Cornwell - Hollyoaks), Gemma Atkinson (Lisa Hunter - Hollyoaks)

What‘s On TV Magazine Award for Sexiest Female: 


Jennifer Ellison (Emily O‘Leary - Brookside), Suzanne Collins (Nikki Shadwick - Brookside), Elizabeth Avis (Laura Stevens - Brookside), Surrane Jones (Karen McDonald - Coronation Street), Kate ford (Tracy Preston - Coronation Street), Samia Ghadie (Maria Sutherland - Coronation Street), Freema Agyeman (Lola Wise - Crossroads), Lucy Pargeter (Helen Raven - Crossroads), Cindy Marshall-Day (Tracy Booth - Crossroads), Corrine Wicks (Dr Helen Thompson - Doctors), Natalie Robb (Dr Jude Carlyle - Doctors), Stirling Gallacher (Dr George Woodson - Doctors), Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater - EastEnders), Kim Medcalf (Sam Mitchell - EastEnders), Michelle Ryan (Zoe Slater - EastEnders), Emily Symons (Louise Appleton - Emmerdale), Sammy Winward (Katie Addyman - Emmerdale), Amy Nuttall (Chloe Atkinson - Emmerdale), Ebony Thomas (Yasmin Matthews - Family Affairs), Angela Hazeldine (Gemma Craig - Family Affairs), Julia Lee Smith (Lucy Day - Family Affairs), Elize Du Toit (Izzy Cornwell - Hollyoaks), Ali Bastian (Becca Hayton - Hollyoaks), Laila Rouass (Dale Jackson - Hollyoaks) 

What‘s On TV Magazine Award for Sexiest Male: 


Philip Olivier (Tim O‘Leary - Brookside), Steven Fletcher (Steve Murray - Brookside), Barry Sloane (Sean Smith - Brookside), Jonathan Wrather (Joe Carter - Coronation Street), Keith Duffy (Ciaran McCarthy - Coronation Street), Jimmi Harkishin (Dev Alahan - Coronation Street). Luke Roberts (Ryan Samson - Crossroads), Graham McGrath (Jimmy Samson - Crossroads), Richard Burke (Joe Lacy - Crossroads), Laurence Penry-Jones (Dr Oliver Berg - Doctors), Ariyon Bakare (Dr Ben Kwarme - Doctors), Shane Richie (Alfie Moon - EastEnders), Jack Ryder (Jamie Mitchell - EastEnders), James Alexandrou (Martin Fowler - EastEnders), Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle - Emmerdale) Ben Freeman (Scott Windsor - Emmerdale), Ray Ashcroft (Ronnie Marsden - Emmerdale), Rupert Hill (Cameron Davenport - Family Affairs), Seb Castang (Jane Walker - Family Affairs), David Easter (Pete Callan - Family Affairs), Gary Lucy (Luke Morgan - Hollyoaks), Marcus Patric (Ben Davies - Hollyoaks), Daniel Hyde (Scott Anderson - Hollyoaks)

Villain of the Year: 


Greg Milburn (Terry Gibson - Brookside), Matthew Crompton (Dan Morrisey - Brookside), Brian Capron (Richard Hillman - Coronation Street), Dean Ashton (Aidan Critchley - Coronation Street), Jane Asher (Angel Samson - Crossroads), John Bowler (Ethan Black - Crossroads), Maggie Cronin (Kate McGuire - Doctors), Tim Matthews (Liam McGuire - Doctors), Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan - EastEnders), Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell - EastEnders), Seamus Gubbins (Ray Mullan - Emmerdale), Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle - Emmerdale), Pete Callan (David Easter - Family Affairs), Tina Hall (Claire Toomey - Family Affairs), Daniel Hyde (Scott Anderson - Hollyoaks), Lesley Johnston (Laura Bailey - Hollyoaks)

Best British Soap:  Brookside, Coronation Street, Crossroads, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Family Affairs, Hollyoaks