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Factfile:
Name - Nikki Shadwick
Played by - Suzanne Collins
Appeared - 1998-present day
Parents - Greg (dead) and Margi Shadwick
Siblings - Jason (dead), Emily
Married - N/A
Current Marital Status - Single
Relationships/
Affairs - Jerome
Children - None

Recently
February, 1999
Nikki Shadwick is finding it impossible to get her life back on an even keel after her rape. "Everywhere she goes and everyone she sees reminds her of the rape," explains Suzanne Collins, who plays her. "She can't trust anyone. Shw won't take a drink in case it's spiked - she even sniffs the coffee her dad makes her to check it's OK. She's a nervous wreck. Believe me, her partying days are over." At least she can rely on her family for support. "Everyone is trying to give Nikki what she needs," says Suzanne. "But her dad and her brother are not coping well. They want to find the rapist and kill him. Greg can't bear the thought of anyone doing that to his little girl." Suzanne, who went straight from being an 'A'-Level drama student to the most famous close in Britain, is thrilled to have been given such a strong story. "I was told I had a big storyline coming up when I started, but they wouldn't tell me what it was," says the 20-year-old actress. "I was like, 'Oh my God, they're going to kill me off! But I love it. It's horrible to say I enjoy playing a rape victim, but it hasbeen great. The scripts have had me in tears."

September, 1999
Nikki Shadwick is in turmoil. This monh she finds out her father Greg, who was killed with her brother
Jason
in the exploion at the opening night party of the Millennium Club, was having an affair with their neighbour Susannah Morrisey. The teenager is further shocked to discover that her grandmother Jessie also knew about the couple's affair, but reluctantly agrees to keep quiet for the sake ofher poor mum
Margi
. But when the day of Jason's funeral arrives, Nikki drowns her sorrows with a few vodkas too many and begins to find it more and more difficult to conceal her resentment towards her father. Will she keep schtum, or will she crack and tell Margi the whole sordid truth about what her dear departed husband was up to?
Nikki Shadwick
(Suzanne Collins)
Factfile:
Name - Nikki Shadwick
Played by - Suzanne Collins
Appeared - 1998-present day
Parents - Greg (dead) and Margi Shadwick
Siblings - Jason (dead), Emily
Married - N/A
Current Marital Status - Single
Relationships/
Affairs - Jerome
Children - None

Recently
February, 1999
Nikki Shadwick is finding it impossible to get her life back on an even keel after her rape. "Everywhere she goes and everyone she sees reminds her of the rape," explains Suzanne Collins, who plays her. "She can't trust anyone. Shw won't take a drink in case it's spiked - she even sniffs the coffee her dad makes her to check it's OK. She's a nervous wreck. Believe me, her partying days are over." At least she can rely on her family for support. "Everyone is trying to give Nikki what she needs," says Suzanne. "But her dad and her brother are not coping well. They want to find the rapist and kill him. Greg can't bear the thought of anyone doing that to his little girl." Suzanne, who went straight from being an 'A'-Level drama student to the most famous close in Britain, is thrilled to have been given such a strong story. "I was told I had a big storyline coming up when I started, but they wouldn't tell me what it was," says the 20-year-old actress. "I was like, 'Oh my God, they're going to kill me off! But I love it. It's horrible to say I enjoy playing a rape victim, but it hasbeen great. The scripts have had me in tears."

September, 1999
Nikki Shadwick is in turmoil. This monh she finds out her father Greg, who was killed with her brother
Jason
in the exploion at the opening night party of the Millennium Club, was having an affair with their neighbour Susannah Morrisey. The teenager is further shocked to discover that her grandmother Jessie also knew about the couple's affair, but reluctantly agrees to keep quiet for the sake ofher poor mum
Margi
. But when the day of Jason's funeral arrives, Nikki drowns her sorrows with a few vodkas too many and begins to find it more and more difficult to conceal her resentment towards her father. Will she keep schtum, or will she crack and tell Margi the whole sordid truth about what her dear departed husband was up to?


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