What can you tell us about Liam?
"Liam is a sweet, fairly naive boy who has come to stay with his dad in Benidorm. His mum and dad are separated and his dad's a transvestite. He's met these two girls who are out on holiday at the same time and he's fallen in love with one of them, but unfortunately he goes about it the totally wrong way. He tells her straight away how much he loves her and stuff like that. It's great fun to play though. He's a sweet pure-hearted character."
Is there any hope for him and Natalie
"Will he get the girl? Well you'll have to watch and find out. Possibly not this series, but maybe in another."
You spend a lot of your scenes with the girls Shelley Longworth and Kathryn Drysdale. What were they like to work with?
"Shelley Longworth and Kathryn Drysdale were great. We got on well immediately and we really got into the relationship of the three characters and the dynamics that they have. They were not too dissimilar to our relationships in real life probably!"
Liam has some terrible clothes. Whose idea were the Simon Cowell trousers?
"Terrible, terrible cargo pants. Those pants were made of the worst material ever, but they were actually my idea. We'd discussed it with the costume department, but I thought it would be good if he was so naive that his mother had bought all his clothes. His mother has bought him his holiday outfits from the supermarket and she thinks that they are on trend, but she couldn't actually be any further from the truth."
Did you base Liam on anyone you knew in real life?
"There were a couple of kids like Liam at my school. They literally had no idea, but at the same time were very happy. Blissful in their ignorance of what was socially expected of them. They were just really happy and didn't know what they were doing was odd. That's what Liam is like. There is a real honesty to him."
Have you ever been on a Benidorm-esque holiday?
"I haven't been on holidays exactly like that, but it actually wasn't too dissimilar to Skegness in the middle of season. Everyone is from Wigan and you don't hear a Spanish accent for the two weeks that you are there."
Did you enjoy your time on location?
"It is terrifying at first because it is so loud and busy and flashing lights. There's lots of hustle and bustle. It's a little bit sad as well that you go all this way and they are serving fried breakfasts and there are Rod Stewart tribute acts, but once you get into it, you realise that you can really enjoy it. I had a great time and it's like an adult playground. It is fun as long as you don't take it too seriously."
How did you get on with Tim Healy?
"For the time that we were there, he was my dad. He was really helpful, really encouraging and really supportive. We really enjoyed each other's company and I used to joke around calling him dad when we weren't filming. He was really kind and grateful and I hope he had a good time as well. I did!"
Did you meet any of the show's guest stars?
"Oh Bananarama were great fun! I loved them. They were fantastic. They were brilliant girls - really glamorous and really, really funny. I didn't know what to expect, but they weren't prissy or self-conscious at all. I didn't get to meet Cilla [Black] sadly... I would love to have met Cilla."
What are you working on outside of Benidorm?
"I'm working on a comedy series for Sky called This Is Jinsy. It's an eight-part show and it's an abstract, strange show - a bit like The Mighty Boosh. It's a great fun, so keep an eye out for it. It's a really good project."
Benidorm airs on Friday at 9pm on ITV1.
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