Gary Windass (Mikey North) seems to be on something of a downward spiral on Coronation Street – at least where his morals are concerned.
Gary has been seen getting rather heavy-handed with Sarah Platt (Tina O’Brien) after she confessed her feelings for Adam Barlow (Sam Robertson).
In shocking scenes, he grabbed his now-ex-girlfriend and hit her repeatedly against a wall.
As Sarah screamed for him to leave, he said: ‘You have no idea of the things I’ve done for you.’
As wait to see if Gary will continue down this dark and violent path, here’s a quick reminder of whose blood he has on his hands…
Who has Gary Windass killed in Coronation Street?
As it currently stands, Garry has killed two people on Corrie.
The first person he killed was Rana Habeed (Bhavna Limbachia), who died on what would have been her wedding day when the factory roof Gary sabotaged collapsed.
It wasn’t Gary’s intention for anyone to die however – Gary only tampered with the roof in the hopes that he would then be hired to fix it, as he was desperate for work at the time.
The second person Gary killed was the villainous Rick Neelan (Greg Wood) and this violent act was definitely committed intentionally.
After Rick convinced Gary that he’d kidnapped Sarah, he told Gary that he’d need to meet him in the woods if he ever wanted to see her alive again.
Once there, the pair ended up in a fight to the death, during which Rick said that after Gary was dispatched, Sarah would be next.
Gary then gained the upper hand in the fight, finished Rick off with a rock, and buried him in a grave that the gangster had originally dug for Gary himself.
On the subject of this violent act, North said: ‘In Gary’s defence. Rick came at him with a shovel and well it was literally a fight to the death, and he’s got to fight to survive. Luckily, he manages to grab a rock in time and he sorts him out.
‘I think it is quite hard for him to take at first. I think he thought he was at rock bottom before, but this now makes it even worse. This will definitely have a knock on effect for Gary, but I am sure he will pick himself up from here – the only way is up.’
Coronation Street airs weeknights on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm.
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