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  • Frank Gallagher
  • Ian Gallagher
  • Carl Gallagher
  • Liam Gallagher
  • Lip Gallagher
  • Karen Maguire
  • Paddy Maguire
  • Mimi Maguire
  • Shane Maguire
  • Mickey Maguire
  • Jamie Maguire
  • Joe Pritchard
  • Lillian Tyler
  • Kelly-Marie Maguire
  • Maxine Donnelly
  • Former main characters
  • Yvonne Karib
  • PC Stan Waterman
  • Debbie Gallagher
  • Norma Starkey
  • White Boy Carl Aint Nothin 2 Fuck With


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    The following is a list of characters for the British drama Shameless, created by Paul Abbott and shown on Channel 4. The programme is set on the fictional Chatsworth Estate in suburban Manchester, and follows the lives of the Gallagher and Maguire families, and their friends and neighbours.

    Frank Gallagher

    Frank Gallagher
    Shameless
    Portrayed byDavid Threlfall
    Duration2004—
    First appearance13 January 2004
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    OccupationUnemployed
    Residence2 Windsor Gardens
    Relationships
    ParentsNeville Gallagher (father)
    Sarah Gallagher (mother) (deceased)
    Spouse(s)Monica Gallagher (1988–present) (Separated)
    Sheila Jackson (2006–07) (bigamous)
    RomancesKaren Jackson (2004)
    Rosie (2008)
    Libby Croker (2010–present)
    ChildrenUnnamed (daughter with Joan),
    Fiona Gallagher (daughter with Monica),
    Phillip "Lip" Gallagher
    (son with Monica),
    Ian Gallagher
    (adoptive son with Monica),
    Carl Gallagher
    (son with Monica),
    Debbie Gallagher
    (daughter with Monica),
    Liam Gallagher
    (son with Monica),
    Nigel Gallagher
    (son with Sheila),
    Delia Gallagher
    (daughter with Sheila),
    Stella Gallagher
    (daughter with Monica)
    GrandchildrenKatie Maguire
    (via son Phillip), Unnamed child
    (via daughter Fiona)
    Aunts and unclesIris Gallagher
    Other relativesMandy Maguire
    (daughter in law, deceased),
    Joan
    (mother in law) (deceased),
    Unnamed
    (half sister in law)

    Vernon Francis "Frank" Gallagher (born 26 January 1960), the head of the Gallagher family.

    Frank's hallmark is drunken rants on a wide variety of literary, historical and philosophical subjects, usually returning to how decent, hard-working people, among whom he erroneously seems to count himself, are discriminated against. Frank frequently quotes Shakespeare, The Bible, references international current events and uses poetry and soliloquy to express his feelings or view, as he does at the start of each episode.

    Frank is an unemployed alcoholic, and the son of Neville and Sarah Elizabeth Gallagher (1935–1972). He is married to Monica, with whom he has six children (Fiona, Phillip, Carl, Debbie, Liam, Stella), and one, Ian, to whom he is de jure father. He also has two children with Sheila Jackson, Nigel and Delia, and is the father of Monica's half-sister, whom he fathered with Monica's mother at Monica's birthday party. He has two grandchildren, Katie and an unnamed child of Fiona's when she left in Series 2.

    Frank has apparently been convicted and sentenced to imprisonment several times in his youth. He claimed to have been incarcerated in Strangeways Prison. It has not been mentioned what exactly were the reasons for his string of past convictions.

    Frank became an alcoholic shortly after his first wife Monica left him for Norma Starkey. He then left the younger children in the care of Fiona, and moved in with agoraphobic Sheila Jackson. Often known to make a fool out of himself and shirk all responsibility, Frank nonetheless shows signs of loving his children. He can offer good advice, for example saving Liam from being taken into care when a parent was needed. When he is rendered completely sober by a new drug, Frank appears reflective and even quite intelligent, wondering why Sheila would add to her problems by marrying a mess like him.

    In early series Frank comes across as a drunken bully, even headbutting his son Ian on one occasion. Most of his children initially hate Frank for his drunken bullying ways. Lip and Ian are never scared to show their feelings towards him, and even physically attack him on a few occasions. However, his middle daughter Debbie shows sympathy throughout the series when her father is either in serious trouble or presumed dead, something which has happened three times to date. The family have generally warmed towards him more as the series has progressed, mostly due to the fact that he isn't bothering them hugely on a daily basis. However, Debbie finally grew sick of taking care of the family and left to join the army after series 6. Frank and Liam came into serious conflict in series 7, when Liam became tired of taking over Debbie's role. At one point, Frank headbutted Liam, and a furious Carl had to be restrained from beating Frank to a pulp. Frank finally softened towards Liam when Liam threatened to commit suicide.

    In series 7, Frank falls for a librarian named Libby Croker. Libby believes Frank is a man of the arts and he encourages her to rise up against her library closing, which leads to a violent protest and her imprisonment. When Libby is released from prison, she tries to find him, but her upscale appearance causes various characters to warn Frank that DSS is after him. Finally, they meet again, and although Libby is initially put off by his poor character and the frosty reception from Liam, she and her mother move into the Gallagher home. Frank and her mother soon set up a mutual loathing society, with Frank painting her bedroom a bright yellow just to keep her awake.

    Ian Gallagher

    Ian Gallagher (born 11 May 1989) is the third oldest Gallagher sibling and is aged 15 at the beginning of the first series in 2004. He is the son of Monica and Gary Bennett, revealed when his blood group was found to be incompatible with the rest of his siblings'. His half-brothers are Phillip Gallagher, Carl Gallagher, Liam Gallagher and Sean Bennett, and his half-sisters are Fiona Gallagher, Debbie Gallagher, and Stella Gallagher. He has one niece, Katie Maguire, and works as a barman at The Jockey.

    In the early series, Ian is depicted as closest to his brother Phillip, with whom he shares a room, and is initially the only member of his family to know that he was gay. The brothers often have to look out for each other more than any of the other characters, due to being party to each others' secrets. In later series, all the family, except Frank, are aware of his sexuality.

    Ian leaves in the first episode of the 6th series after suffering amnesia. He is seen in episode two in a clip of him partying abroad and appears on webcam in later episodes. He returns in the seventh episode; this features the debut of Danny, a deaf teenager whom Ian unwittingly transports back to the UK in the boot of his car. Ian now lives in the house of Danny's deceased grandfather, which was leased to him by Danny's Aunt Pegg, in gratitude for looking after him. Danny and Pegg later move to Spain.

    Ian is gay, having various relationships with older men throughout the run of the programme. Kash Karib is to date his only long-term boyfriend, though he has a brief relationship with Sean Bennett, and an ongoing friendship, sometimes sexual, with Mickey Maguire. In spite of Ian generally seeing himself as gay, starting in the 4th series, he has a number of relationships with women. He repeatedly has sex with a girl whom he is briefly hiding in his home for her protection, but when she asks him to leave with her, he declines, knowing a relationship would not work. He has a relationship of convenience with Mandy Maguire, to protect his secret, which nearly turns sexual when they're both at a low point, but they fumble about until Ian decides it's a bad idea. Because he is unaware of his parentage at the time, Ian also unknowingly sleeps with his half-brother. Ian sees Sean at their biological father's funeral and later tells the truth to Sean, who wants to keep seeing Ian, but eventually agrees that they can not ignore their familial relationship.

    In Series 7 in 2010, it appears Ian has remained at Danny's old address, and has accepted Micky Maguire as a tenant. Ian supports Carl's girlfriend Maxine when she decides to have an abortion and break up with Carl. Maxine moves in with Mickey and Ian. The situation becomes complicated when Maxine asks Ian to pose as her boyfriend to impress her parents. Ian and Maxine begin to develop feelings for each other and have sex. Mickey sees them and tries to convince Ian he shouldn't be with a woman, but Ian says the labels don't matter, he wants to be with Maxine. This leads to a major falling out with Mickey, who feels betrayed. Mickey tells Carl, who then beats up Ian in the toilets at The Jockey. In spite of the remaining tensions, Ian and Maxine become a couple.

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    Carl Gallagher

    Carl Gallagher (born 31 December 1991) is the fourth oldest Gallagher sibling. The son of Frank and Monica, his brothers are Phillip and Liam; his sisters are Fiona, Debbie, and Stella; his half-brothers are Ian and Nigel; and his half-sister is Delia. 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. He has slept with Meena Karib, along with various others, and has a minor crush on Norma, his mother's former lesbian lover.

    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. Carl was briefly taken into custody, and gave a statement that the marijuana was grown for the household's own personal use. But after a tip was given to the police about Mandy Maguire selling weed, her mother Mimi suspected that Carl betrayed them and sent her sons Donny and Shane after him. Later, Carl's siblings Lip, Ian and Debbie, figured out that the only person with the motive for informing the police about Mandy's dealings was in fact her brother Shane, who was angry that his mother chose his sister over him to oversee that area of the family business. After Lip confronted Shane over the matter, Shane agreed to call off the family hunt for Carl.

    In the first series, Carl was jointly played by Tittensor's twin brother Luke Tittensor, but since the second series he has played the role alone.

    Carl has developed a tally of sexual conquests in recent episodes. One notable example being the mother of one girl whom he was dating during his last year of secondary school.

    Carl's current girlfriend is Maxine Donnelly, an auxiliary nurse. As of series 6, Carl is one of the few people on the estate, along with Maxine, his brother Liam and his half-brother Ian, who is aware of Mickey Maguire's homosexuality. Mickey has of late made several passes at Carl.

    Carl broke with Maxine after she admitted having an abortion. Carl wanted to restore the relationship, and even proposed to her before he found out that she was sleeping with his brother Ian. Mickey, out of hurt and jealousy, told Carl about Maxine and Ian. A heartbroken and enraged Carl met Ian in The Jockey toilets before savagely beating him.

    Carl now works for Michelle, a the head of a male escort agency that Jamie Maguire briefly worked for, as a 'man whore' where he is paid for sex.

    Liam Gallagher

    • Played by: Joseph Furnace (Series 1–2), Johnny Bennett (Series 3 – present)
    Liam Gallagher
    Shameless
    Portrayed byJoseph Furnace (Series 1–2)
    Johnny Bennett(Series 3 – present)
    Duration2004—
    First appearance13 January 2004
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    OccupationStudent
    Residence2 Windsor Gardens
    Relationships
    ParentsFrank Gallagher
    Monica Gallagher
    Sibling(s)Fiona Gallagher,
    Phillip "Lip" Gallagher,
    Ian Gallagher,
    Carl Gallagher,
    Debbie Gallagher,
    Nigel Gallagher,
    Delia Gallagher,
    Stella Gallagher
    Aunts and unclesIris Gallagher

    Liam Gallagher (born 26 January 1999) 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 apparently suffered from epileptic fits when he was smaller. He also used to wet the bed, though he claims that it was only to help put out the fires he had a likeness for starting, as seen during his pyomania phase in series 4-5 (match-boxes and lighter-fluid was routinely found under his mattress by Carl and Ian). Throughout the series, Liam is practically raised by his older sisters, Fiona and Debbie, as Frank is lazy and Monica inept- when she is around. 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, and was seen later to use a defibrillator on a comotose 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 was also persuaded by his brother Carl to create false identities on the internet for him, Chesney Karib, Maxine Donnelly, and Mickey Maguire, so they would be admitted into an exclusive nightclub.

    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 learned of this development on New Year's Day 2006 when meeting with Liam's headteacher and a local parish priest. 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. She shaved Liam's head, and told the school administrators that her little brother had Cancer. 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 Dawson, the landlady of "The Jockey".

    While apparently an atheist, it was hinted in series 6 that Liam may have had change of perception on the matter, even when he expertly refuted the arguments of two Jehovah's Witnesses, whom Monica tricked into baby-sitting Liam and Stella, he stated that "they may not know it, but they're right and I'm wrong". He also tried to get rid of the clothes Debbie and Maxine stole, thinking that they brought "bad Karma". In series 7, Liam quoted from passages in the Old and New Testements that condoned prostitution when Kelly thought that her occupation would disqualify her as godmother of Karen and Jamie's son. 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 Mickey Maguire's homosexuality. He sarcastically tells Mickey that he figured it out through his "amazing powers of deduction", despite Mickey's stereotypically gay mannerisms and aesthetic preferences.

    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. His relationship with Frank has soured to the point that Liam has grown openly contemptuous of his father. Liam now attends a prestigious middle-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. Despite this, Holly wanted to continue the relationship, but her comments against Frank hurt Liam's feelings, and cause him to leave with Frank.

    After the Gallagher household falls behind on their HP payments, Liam gambles at Joe's shop to raise cash. Despite showing great aptitude early on, Liam ends up losing to Joe's bluff during a game of poker, owing him £100. 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?" Joe hurriedly seeks out Frank, Carl and Ian, who find Liam on top of a building threatening to jump. 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.

    Lip Gallagher

    Phillip "Lip" Gallagher (born 1988) is the oldest son and second child of Frank and Monica Gallagher. His parents delayed his birth registration for over a year, but he never found out until his 18th (actually 19th) birthday in series 4. His nickname, according to his father, is due to him being "a bit of a gobshite." Lip was in a long-term, open relationship with Mandy Maguire and they have a baby daughter, Katie, conceived while they were both still in school.

    During series 1 he was in a relationship with schoolmate Karen Jackson, who dumps him for his own father Frank, causing him to beat Frank to a pulp in the middle of the street in a rage. He is ballsy and charismatic and never afraid to stand up to anyone, not even the feared Maguire family. Lip dates a string of girls throughout the show, even partaking in a romantic affair with Lena, a woman considerably older than him.

    Lip is close to younger brother Ian and is the first person to find out about his homosexuality. He keeps it a secret and eventually becomes completely accepting of it.

    He is highly intelligent, has A-levels, and takes up an offer from Nottingham University in the last episode of Series 4. In the first episode of series five he returns to the estate during a break to see Mandy and Katie and works at The Jockey with Ian. However, his secret girlfriend from university, Alex, emerges, costing his relationship with Mandy. It is confirmed in the next episode that he returned to university. He is set to return sometime during series 7, following Mandy's death[2]

    Karen Maguire

    Karen Maguire (née Jackson; born 12 June 1988), is the daughter of Sheila Gallagher and her second husband, Eddie Jackson. Nigel and Delia are her half-brother and sister. She becomes estranged from both parents throughout the series. She is Lip Gallagher's girlfriend in series 1, but seduces Lip's father Frank and has an affair with him. She then leaves to stay with her grandmother but returns to work at The Jockey, the local pub. Karen becomes considerably more mature in series 4, at the end of which she marries the recently freed Jamie Maguire, 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, then has an affair with her sister-in-law, Mandy's, boyfriend. She ends her affair with Joe by threatening him that if the Maguires see any bruises on Mandy they'll kill him. She gets back with Jamie with the help of Mickey. The last episode of series 6 reveals Karen to be once again pregnant; however she is unsure whether the father is Jamie Maguire or Joe. In the first episode of series 7, Karen is currently two weeks overdue in her pregnancy, and can't wait to have the birth over and done with. When Mimi tells her that sex several times a day could make her waters break quicker, Karen tells that "they've" been "at it" all the time, and flashbacks show that she's been having sex with both Jamie and Joe, implying that her brief affair with Joe from series 6 has continued, despite Karen's abuse towards him. In the same episode, Karen goes into labour after having a brief confrontation with Joe in the empty bar of the Jockey (Everybody else were celebrating at Frank's birthday party). Joe decided to help a scared Karen deliver what could be his son, who would christened Connor Joseph Maguire. Despite playing happy families with "proud dad" Jamie, Joe tells that she's kidding herself into thinking that she wants Jamie, when she really only wants Joe, branding Jamie "boring". Karen would then engage in risky sex in the Maguires' living room, with Joe, nearly being caught out by Paddy. Joe would then declare that he loves her. Karen also finds out that motherhood brings out hereditary Jackson traits, as Karen starts to act strange and starts losing Connor on a regular basis. On the third episode of the 7th series Karen starts to act in a strange manner by bouncing on a trampoline outside, going out late at night to buy groceries and putting baby Connor in a wardrobe. Karen's strange behaviour deteriorates further as she starts ripping wall paper off the walls and playing music at high volume, even attempting suicide at one point. Finally she has to be restrained by medics and is last seen in a psychiatric unit doing a jigsaw puzzle as Jamie looks on concerned.In the next episode it is revealed karen has developed bi-polar disorder.

    Paddy Maguire

    Paddy Maguire
    Shameless
    Portrayed bySean Gilder
    Duration2005–10
    First appearance8 February 2005
    Last appearance11 May 2010
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    OccupationDrug dealer/Gangster
    Relationships
    ParentsPadriag Maguire
    Sibling(s)Noel Maguire
    Spouse(s)Mimi Murphy (1985–present) (Separated)
    RomancesD'reen (2010)
    ChildrenDonny Maguire
    Fergal Maguire (deceased)
    Jamie Maguire
    Joey Maguire
    Mickey Maguire
    Shane Maguire
    Mandy Maguire (deceased)
    GrandchildrenKatie Gallagher
    Connor Maguire

    Patrick Donal "Paddy" Maguire (born 20 April 1964, Belfast), is the patriarch and the head of the Maguire family, the most feared and therefore most respected of the local criminal families. His cherished wife is Mimi, and he has an identical twin brother called Noel, who is gay.It was shown in Series 6 that he is a supporter of Celtic F.C. and in the background at the Maguire residence there is a statue of a Celtic player.

    Patrick is extremely forceful 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 and Lip, 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 Gallagher, as well as Karen Jackson, the wife of his oldest son Jamie. Paddy's identical twin brother Noel was credited as being played by Neil Grades, an anagram of actor Sean Gilder.

    Despite his initial dislike of Frank Gallagher, this mind set was then turned after Paddy choked on a cashew nut in The Jockey and Frank acting out of morality (whilst very drunk, as per usual) performed the Heimlich manoeuvre, thus saving Paddy's life. Frank also saved Paddy's life again, stopping him from injecting himself with what would have been a lethal dose of heroin. 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, who are both his daughters-in-law.

    In series 7, Paddy's marriage to Mimi is near-enough over, due to the fact that his affair with Maureen, results in the tragic circumstances of the series 6 finale, in which daughter Mandy died in an explosion. Separated, living in separate houses and each given the freedom to see other people, Paddy takes a night out with sons Shane, Mickey and Jamie, as an opportunity to restart his love life with a meaningless one-night-stand with a female clubber. When he can't "pull", he returns home, alone and defeated, and is greeted by Kelly. After a short conversation, Paddy hands Kelly a wad of money, in exchange for sex. Kelly accepts this money, and they have sex in the living room, while Kelly's boyfriend and Paddy's son Shane looks all over the nightclub for him. 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. Some time later, Kelly rejected Shane's marriage proposal, as she could not marry him after lying to him. Shane insisted he would forgive her anything, no matter who she had slept with, but the guilty looks between Paddy and Kelly made him realise what had happened between them. Paddy was so ashamed of his actions that he was willing to inject himself with heroin at Shane's request, but Shane stopped him at the last minute. Paddy then attended Shane's and Kelly's wedding.

    Paddy starts a relationship with a dance enthusiast named D'reen, and makes plan to emigrate to Cuba with her. When he realised that he couldn't leave his family and business, Paddy put a spotter on his plans, and shared one last dance with D'reen before she left.

    On 6 March 2010, It was announced that Sean Gilder is quitting Shameless after five years with the show. He will depart Shameless at the end of Series 7. [3]

    Mimi Maguire

    Mimi Maguire
    Shameless
    Portrayed byTina Malone
    Duration2005—
    First appearance8 February 2005
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    OccupationDrug dealer/Barmaid
    ResidenceThe Jockey
    Relationships
    Sibling(s)Unamed sister
    Spouse(s)Patrick Maguire (1985–present) (Separated)
    ChildrenDonny Maguire
    Fergal Maguire (deceased)
    Jamie Maguire
    Joey Maguire
    Mickey Maguire
    Shane Maguire
    Mandy Maguire (deceased)
    GrandchildrenKatie Gallagher
    Connor Maguire

    Catherine Mary Joy "Mimi" Maguire (née Murphy) (born 25 March 1963) is the foul-mouthed, loud, brash and violent matriarch of the Maguire family. She is also a drug dealer on the Chatsworth Estate and is frequently seen selling drugs on the show. She is also extremely violent and easily angered. She has "headbutted" several characters on the show including Lip Gallagher, Sue Garland, Cassie Western and even her own son Shane. Mimi is as hard as nails, and she can hold her own with men and women.

    She is the wife of Paddy Maguire, and the mother of Mandy Maguire and the Maguire boys and the daughter of "Nana" Murphy. Her ex-boyfriend is also called Paddy. In series 5 a more sensitive side to Mimi is introduced, after she gets insulted about her weight. She describes herself as a "bulimic who can't stand vomit". In the same series, she is shown attending anger management classes. In Series 6, her family's drug dealing business comes to haunt them when Mimi's beloved Paddy is abducted and forcibly addicted to heroin by the bereaved mother of one of their deceased customers, and to make matters worse she was arrested for an assault that her son Jamie carried out. She however openly wanted to take the blame for the attack, claiming "A mam's gotta do what a mam's gotta do". In series 7 Mimi lives in The Jockey as the landlord and also has an affair with a friend of her son Mickey, until she finds out that he is only 14 years old (although he looks just as old as Mickey). After the boy starts to blackmail Mimi into a secret relationship with her, Mimi tries to threaten him away from her only to fake being killed to escape the relationship.

    Shane Maguire

    Shane Maguire
    Shameless
    Portrayed byNicky Evans
    Duration2006—
    First appearance7 February 2006
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    Relationships
    ParentsPaddy Maguire
    Mimi Maguire
    Sibling(s)Donny Maguire
    Fergal Maguire (deceased)
    Jamie Maguire
    Joey Maguire
    Mickey Maguire
    Mandy Maguire (deceased)
    Spouse(s)Kelly-Marie Ball (2010—)
    Aunts and unclesNoel Maguire
    Other relativesPadriag Maguire (grandfather)

    Shane Maguire (born 10 August 1982) is part of the Chatsworth estate Maguire gangster family, known for his short and unpredictable temper and limited intelligence, although he was once shown to possess great instincts for shopper's habits during series 5 when he briefly worked in Yvonne Kharib's Cash and Carry off-licence shop. Judging by certain scenes from series 3-4, 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. In series 6 Shane suffers a head injury whilst running a hotel scam with his lover, Kelly. After coming out of a coma, Shane is left partially paralysed and bed-ridden. Conflict arises between Kelly and Shane's overpowering mother, Mimi, over who will oversee his convalescence. However, with physiotherapy and speech therapy, his condition begins to improve. Shane is the brother of Micky (who he constantly squabbles with), Donny, Joey, and Jamie, as well as the late Fergal and Mandy, and son of Paddy and Mimi.

    After a running a series of wedding scams together, Shane asks Kelly-Marie 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, Patrick. A heart-broken Shane later asks his father why he betrayed him. Patrick 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. Satisfied with his father's remorse, he quietly leaves Paddy, who breaks down in tears. He is now married to Kelly-Marie Ball. They had their impromptu civil ceremony at The Jockey.

    Mickey Maguire

    Mickey Maguire
    Shameless
    Portrayed byCiaran Griffiths
    Duration2007—
    First appearance9 January 2007
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    Relationships
    ParentsPaddy Maguire
    Mimi Maguire
    Sibling(s)Donny Maguire
    Fergal Maguire (deceased)
    Jamie Maguire
    Joey Maguire
    Mandy Maguire (deceased)
    Shane Maguire
    RomancesIan Gallagher (2007, 2009–10)
    Aunts and unclesNoel Maguire
    Other relativesPadriag Maguire (grandfather)

    Mickey Maguire (born 20 June 1989) is described as a "paranoid, aggressive, violent, homosexual yet homophobe" who is a member of the Maguire family. He is erratic and obsessively licks the side of his mouth, which could be a tic and/or hint of a behavioral disorder. Despite his aggressive, exaggerated personality, he is mentally weak and often runs away at the first sign of trouble. His father Paddy often disrespects him, like brother Shane, but still loves him. He has a brief and casual affair with Ian just after his first appearance on the show and falls in love with him, constantly chasing him up throughout the show. Unlike Ian, none of Mickey's family are aware of his homosexuality, despite several occasions when Mickey has come close to coming out to them, or had daydreams about coming out.

    The sixth series shows Mickey going to college to study film. In the same series, Mickey has revealed a talent as a writer of erotic stories. As Mickey's stories caused great arousal in women, he began an affair with his professor, although his main reason for doing so was that her attractive husband joined them. Mickey developed feelings for her husband which ultimately resulted in him deciding to leave the class and allow his mother Mimi (who had always wanted to go to college) to take his place. Near the end of said series, Mickey was manipulated by Liam Gallagher into making overtures with Ian, because Ian was due to move away from Chatsworth. After a couple of embarrassing incidents, Ian decided postpone his trip around Europe, and to personally mend fences with Mickey, which may be the beginnings of a permanent relationship. This series also saw Mickey's sister Mandy die due to a gas leak in the home of an enemy of Paddy's who had kidnapped her. Mickey rang the doorbell which set off the spark that killed Mandy, and he blamed himself for her death.

    Mickey is the most idealistic of his family, and the most loyal to his parents. In spite of Paddy's lack of faith in him, Mickey was the one who tracked down Paddy after Paddy was shot and left for dead.

    Mickey has had a crush on the staunchly heterosexual Carl Gallagher throughout his appearances (shown through his fantasies), as well as a plumber that he saw on a gay porn website, who came to his house to fix a leak. During this time, Mickey continued to sabotage the plumbing system to give him an excuse to ring the plumber up, and even purposely spilling tea down his top in order to see his body. However, nothing happens, and the next time Mickey tries to sabotage the plumbing, housemate Maxine fixes it.

    In the seventh series, Mickey continues to build a friendship with Ian, whom he shares a house with. This series has proved that Mickey has a sensitive side, as explained through his dialogue with Ian when Ian became involved with Maxine Donnelly. Mickey tried to warn Ian that Maxine fancied him, not realising that Ian felt the same way about Maxine. Ian had sex with Mickey to get Maxine off his mind, but this didn't help, and he and Maxine had sex, which Mickey witnessed. Mickey was devastated when Ian insisted he cared for Maxine and wanted to be with her. Mickey told Ian that he'd felt like a freak before he'd had Ian to look up to, and now Ian had taken that away. Relations between Mickey and the new couple remained strained, but eventually Mickey decided to stop letting the relationship bother him. He told Maxine that all he wanted was that when she finally realised she could not be happy with a gay man, that she let Ian down gently.

    Jamie Maguire

    Jamie Maguire
    Shameless
    Portrayed byAaron McCusker
    Duration2007—
    First appearance9 January 2007
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    OccupationBarman
    ResidenceThe Jockey
    Relationships
    ParentsPaddy Maguire
    Mimi Maguire
    Sibling(s)Donny Maguire
    Fergal Maguire (deceased)
    Micky Maguire
    Joey Maguire
    Mandy Maguire (deceased)
    Shane Maguire
    Spouse(s)Karen Jackson (2007—)
    Aunts and unclesNoel Maguire
    Other relativesPadraig Maguire (grandfather)

    James Patrick "Jamie" Maguire (born 27 October 1978) is the oldest son of the notorious Maguire family, the son of Paddy and Mimi Maguire, and recently returned after serving a ten-year prison sentence for murder. Much to his parents' disgust, he appeared to be reformed, rejected his family, got a job as a barman at "The Jockey", began training as a probation officer, and became engaged to his colleague, Karen Jackson.

    Jamie has a tendency to sleepwalk on occasion.

    In the last episode of series 4, Jamie revealed that he had admitted his guilt in order to get parole so that he could hunt down his father's three former cellmates, who were planning to muscle in on Paddy's territory and dispose of him. 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.

    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.

    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 eaten away at her inside. After Karen's release from hospital, they fall behind on household bills, and Jamie is finding it difficult to cope with his wife's mental illness. He meets a woman named Michelle while on a night out, and has sex with her in the ladies toilets. Michelle runs a male escort agency, and leaves her card in Jamie's pocket, along with some money. 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. When Karen begins to suspect an affair, Michelle confesses her love for him, and Paddy uncovers what he's doing and tries to tell him to stop, Jamie finally has enough. Initially Michelle is reluctant to let him go, but when he introduces her to the virile young Carl Gallagher, she changes her mind.

    Joe Pritchard

    • Played by:Ben Batt (Series 6 – present)

    Joseph Pritchard (born 8 July 1981) was first introduced as the boyfriend of Mandy Maguire. Joe works as an accountant, and captains a local amateur football team in Chatsworth. Joe briefly became friends with Mandy's brother Jamie, and took advantage of his turbulent relationship with Jamie's wife, Karen, and had sex with her twice. Joe would use this incident to blackmail Karen, whom was the first to suspect that Mandy was being repeatedly assaulted by him. Eventually, Jamie found out about the bruises on Mandy's body, and confronted Joe at the Jockey, and beat him within an inch of his life. Sending Joe into a temporary coma. Mandy and Jamie's mother, Mimi Maguire, claimed to be responsible for attacking Joe, and was sentenced to two months imprisonment. Joe recovered, and after Mandy decided to give their relationship another chance, Joe was separately visited in hospital by Karen, Jamie, Paddy, Shane, Mickey, and Kelly. All of them threatened to kill Joe if he ever laid another hand on Mandy again. Joe was intimidated by their show of force.

    It is shown in series 7 that Joe continues his secret relationship with Karen Maguire, and delivered her newborn son whilst the rest of the family was absent. Joe distanced himself from Karen during and after her mental breakdown, but they continued to have feelings for each other. Joe also bought Yvonne's Kash and Carry store after learning that she borrowed money off Paddy Maguire, as she was already in enough debt. One of the reasons for Yvonne's quick departure with Stan was that Stan was beaten up by a masked assailant. They assumed Paddy Maguire was involved, not knowing Joe himself had beaten Stan in his plans to help convince them to leave. Joe also took over looking after Chesney, not doing a great job, as Chesney was soon embroiled in a murder investigation.

    Lillian Tyler

    Lillian Tyler
    Shameless
    Portrayed byAlice Barry
    Duration2004—
    First appearance23 December 2004
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    OccupationBrothel owner
    Relationships
    Spouse(s)Brendan Tyler (deceased)
    ChildrenRodney Tyler

    Lillian Tyler is a local busy-body. She had an affair with her friend Carol Fisher's husband in the 1970s. Her husband was accidentally shot dead by Carl Gallagher. As of series 5, Lillian has appeared much more in the show, even becoming narrator for episode 7. Lillian also runs a brothel at her home, a means to making easy money. Frank often makes reference to her resemblance to Mel B's caricature from the TV series Bo Selecta!. In series 6 it is revealed she has a son called Rodney.

    Kelly-Marie Maguire

    • Played by: Sally Carman (Series 2,3,4 5–present)

    Kelly-Marie Maguire (née Ball) is Kev Ball's sister. A recovered heroin addict, she became a prostitute working in Lillian Tyler's brothel, and struck up a relationship with Shane Maguire, which ended under intimidation from Paddy Maguire. She returned a couple of episodes later, telling Shane she "decided not to take his father's offer". This resulted in Shane confronting Paddy, who beat him up in The Jockey. At the end of series 5 Kelly-Marie announces she is pregnant with Shane's child, and is welcomed into the family with open arms by Paddy and Mimi. In series 6 it is revealed by Kelly that she had had a "phantom pregnancy", and was comforted by Mimi and Shane.

    During her early appearances on the show, Kelly had a hostile relationship with her sister-in-law Veronica, who was the one that eventually discovered her addiction to heroin, and helped Kelly get clean by locking her in the bathroom against her will.

    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 future father-in-law 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.

    Maxine Donnelly

    Maxine Donnelly (born 1989) is a carefree, spirited, and clever young woman who was introduced in the second episode of series 6 when Carl Gallagher, after having his arm casted, briefly did volunteer work at the local hospital. Maxine has also become a good friend of Debbie's, while simultaneously having a minor fling with Carl. She works as an auxiliary nurse, and frequently accompanies Debbie Gallagher on nightouts and shopping trips, or more accurately, they steal clothes, and often come up with creative tactics of eluding the mall's security staff. Later in the series, she becomes ever more infatuated with Carl, despite being frustrated with what she describes as his "Benny Hill-character" behaviour. In series 7, Maxine secretly aborted her and Carl's unborn baby, but she would later tell Carl, which infuriates him and puts a strain on their relationship. She moves in with Ian after her breakup with Carl. She later takes Ian to a party at her parents house under the pretence that Ian is her doctor boyfriend. After witnessing the disparaging remarks from Maxine's father about his daughter, Ian defends her. This leads to an unexpected romance between Ian and Maxine, which in turn leads to a fight and a strained relationship between Ian and Carl

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    Yvonne Karib

    Yvonne Karib
    Shameless
    Portrayed byKelli Hollis
    Duration2004–10
    First appearance13 January 2004
    Last appearance2 February 2010
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    OccupationShopkeeper/businesswoman
    Relationships
    Spouse(s)Kash Karib (1989–2009)
    RomancesStan Waterman (2008–present)
    ChildrenMeena Karib
    Chesney Karib

    Yvonne Karib (born 1 April 1965) was married to Kash Karib, with whom she has two children, Chesney and Meena. She owns and runs the local shop featured in the series, and previously employed Ian Gallagher, her husband's gay lover. At first she was angry to discover Kash was gay, but later accepted it to keep her marriage together for her children's sake. She is a hard-nosed businesswoman who is not averse to breaking the law to make a bit of extra profit.

    Yvonne converted to Islam to marry Kash, and is far more devout than her now estranged husband. Although white, she always wears Asian dress and was originally never seen without a hijab, although she no longer wears one.

    It is implied that Yvonne came from a racist family, due to her refusal to go home to them after being made homeless in the last episode of series 4. During this episode, Yvonne moved into the house between the Gallaghers and the Maguires after arranging to rent it from Fiona and Steve. Season 5 sees her begin a relationship with police officer Stan Waterman.

    In series 7, Yvonne has borrowed money off Paddy Maguire due to massive debt and that the "banks wouldn't touch her". After Stan is assaulted, she accepts Joe Pritchard's offer to buy her out. She and Stan Waterman have now left Windsor Gardens.

    PC Stan Waterman

    • Played by: (Warren Donnelly) (Series 1 – 7)
    Stan Waterman
    Shameless
    Portrayed byWarren Donnelly
    Duration2004–10
    First appearance17 February 2004
    Last appearance2 February 2010
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    OccupationPolice officer

    Stanley Dennis "Stan" Waterman (born 1 June 1965) is one of the estate's community policing officers. He is generally friendly, and treated as one of the estate, and is usually willing to bend the rules to help out when the Gallaghers get in trouble. He worked with Tony in early series, though is later usually seen working with new recruits Carrie and Tom. In series 5 he begins a relationship with Yvonne. When he asks her to marry him, she reveals that she can't because her husband, Kash, is not actually dead.

    Debbie Gallagher

    Debbie Gallagher
    Shameless
    Portrayed byRebecca Ryan
    Duration2004–09
    First appearance13 January 2004
    Last appearance12 May 2009
    Created byPaul Abbott
    Profile
    Relationships
    ParentsFrank Gallagher
    Monica Gallagher
    Sibling(s)Fiona Gallagher,
    Phillip "Lip" Gallagher,
    Ian Gallagher,
    Carl Gallagher,
    Liam Gallagher,
    Nigel Gallagher,
    Delia Gallagher,
    Stella Gallagher
    RomancesTom O'Leary (2007–09)
    Mark (2009–present)
    Aunts and unclesIris Gallagher

    Debbie Gallagher (born 27 January 1993) is the fifth Gallagher sibling. The daughter of Frank and Monica, her brothers are Phillip, Carl and Liam; her sisters are Fiona and Stella; her half-brothers are Ian and Nigel; and her half-sister is Delia. Although Debbie is only 16, she is old beyond her years and since Fiona went to Amsterdam, Debbie is often tasked with saving the family from ruin. Originally Debbie was a slightly unusual and awkward child, albeit highly intelligent and resourceful, but since Fiona's departure, Debbie quickly became head of the household and took care of duties such as cooking and taking Liam to school. As a consequence, Debbie missed out on socialising and has become mature beyond her years.

    In series one, Debbie had once abducted 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. The child's disappearance compelled the majority of the estate to go up in arms in search for young "Jody". When Debbie finally admitted what she did to her family, a furious and bewildered Fiona, Steve, Lip, and Ian, formulated 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 emerged as the hero of the hour when she returned the boy to his distressed family.

    Debbie's closest familial relationship is with her father, Frank. 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. This often leaves her the most vulnerable to being let down by him, but Debbie's loyalty to her father is occasionally rewarded, and it is strongly suggested that Frank appreciates 'Little Debbie' more than anyone else in the world. 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 did respond sympathetically when more details became clear regarding Monica's abusive childhood at her mother's hands. In contrast, Debbie was close to Frank's ex-wife Sheila.

    Debbie's relationship with the rest of her family is generally good: She sees her siblings as her dependents and generally supports them through their various misadventures; and they generally recognise all she does for them. She's particularly protective of and very close to her younger brother Liam. Her relationship with him seems to border between surrogate-parent and partner-in-crime, as she has frequently enlisted Liam's help with some of her past schemes. She can also be seen to forge strong relationships with other characters, notably Marty Fisher and Mandy Maguire.

    It is revealed in Series 5 that Debbie has been in a secret relationship with police officer Tom O'Leary, despite the fact that she is only 15 years old. 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, who she met on a night out with Maxine and when she got drunk, he took her back to his student residence to sleep, but nothing more. Debbie left the students room the next morning, thinking that she'd never see him again. 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 appeared outside Debbie's home and when she refused to see him, he sat on a chair in the middle of the road until she did. He later used the chair when a hired gunman was going to kill both Paddy and Mimi, but Mark knocked the hitman 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 2010 for series 7. We find out from Frank's grandmother, who comes to visit, that Debbie has joined the army.

    Norma Starkey

    Источник: http://www.thefullwiki.org/Carl_Gallagher

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