"Before I became an actor I was among thousands of young men conscripted into National Service. So I am also a Forces veteran, and it is very reassuring to know that if I or any other veteran should suffer from vision impairment I am eligible for the invaluable support of Blind Veterans UK. If you know a veteran suffering from sight loss go to www.noonealone.org.uk” - Bill Treacher, BBC EastEnders Actor #noonealone
The Smiths of Hollywood. The Smith family (Bill, Nancy and their daughter "Bumps") are visited by Bill's uncle, Sir Cecil Smythe, who upends their daily life. Sir Cecil was portrayed by Arthur Treacher, who's become more famous in the intervening years for his eponymous fried fish restaurant chain.
Memorable EastEnders departures: (Bill Treacher as Arthur) In 1996, troubled Arthur Fowler (Bill Treacher) was in prison for a crime he didn't commit. Arthur received a blow to his head during a prison fracas. On his release, he suffered a brain hemorrhage at his beloved allotment. He died later in hospital, leaving the Fowler family heartbroken.
Peter Dean as Pete Beale, Bill Treacher as Arthur Fowler, Wendy Richard as Pauline Fowler, Nick Berry as Simon Wicks (Wicksy) and Gillian Taylforth as Kathy Beale - EastEnders characters Peter Dean, Arthur Fowler, Pauline Fowler, Simon Wicks (Wicksy) and Kathy Beale at the christening of baby Martin. He was born in July 1985 and was the series first baby.
Bill Treacher (4-6-1930). Bill was born in London. He has been married to Katherine Kessey since December 1, 1971. They have 2 children. He is an actor, known for EastEnders, The Musketeer, George and the Dragon and Tale of the Mummy.