GRANGE Hill was one of the nation's most beloved children's TV series and launched the careers of several famous faces we know today.
Today fans are mourning the passing of Gwyneth Powell, who played headmistress Mrs Bridget McClusky in the BBC classroom drama.
The late actress died aged 76 after complications following a major operation for a perforated colon, her agent revealed in a statement.
Gwyneth passed away peacefully on August 8 with her husband Alan Leith and niece at her bedside, and tributes are pouring in for the TV star.
She's remembered fondly for her appearances in Grange Hill – a show that ran for 30 years until 2008 and covered major issues from drug use to teen pregnancy, HIV and knife crime.
The show's characters became some of the most recognisable faces on TV, but where are the actors who played its young stars now?
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The class clown was at the centre of one of the most talked about storylines on Grange Hill when his character developed a dangerous heroin addiction in the mid-80s.
Lee, now 54, tried his hand at professional boxing after leaving the show, but a car accident in the early 90s left him unable to return to the ring.
He had been running a locksmiths and key-cutting business since retiring from telly, but in 2019 he made a surprise comeback 32 years after playing Zammo by joining EastEnders.
In 2020, he got engaged to his long-term partner, Jess.
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