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Coronation Street

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Coronation Street Wiki

Ed Jackson
Occupation Criminal
First appearance 4th January 1978
Last appearance 10th March 2006
Duration 1978, 2005-2006
Played by Dave Parke
Chris Walker

Thomas Edward "Ed" Jackson was one of two men who staged a robbery on Mike Baldwin's factory in January 1978. Ed (known then as "Tommo") and his friend Dave Lester followed Mike, and his wages clerk Ernest Bishop to the bank and then to the factory. They began to menace Ernest out of the wages he had been preparing. Mike began to wonder what was taking so long and opened the door, knocking Ed, causing him to shoot Ernest, who later died in hospital.

Ed returned in December 2005. He befriended Emily Bishop at church and began dating Eileen Grimshaw. Ed divulged to Emily his prison background and subsequently revealed that he was responsible for the death of Emily's husband Ernest. Emily expressed her disgust at this revelation, and born again Christian Ed dramatically contemplated suicide, but Emily forgave him when he asked her for forgiveness. She gave him Ernest's old camera, and made him promise to send her a photograph of himself every year to show her he was alive and well. With that Ed left Weatherfield.


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The Third Turn

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From The Third Turn, a Wikia wiki

Ed Jackson is a former NASCAR driver from Syracuse, NY. He competed in two Nextel Cup Series events in his career.

Jackson's first race came in 1950, when Jackson competed at Dayton. Starting positions in the field of twenty-eight are unknown, but Jackson ended the day with a midpack 15th place showing.

Jackson was luckily able to improve in his other race, competing at Syracuse in 1957. Starting 22nd in the field of twenty-four, Jackson had late spindle woes but still managed to finish 13th.

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