"Peak Practice" was first broadcast in 1993, the series was about a small country GP practice in the ficticious village of Cardale in the Derbyshire Dales. Having inherited the practice from her father Dr. Beth Glover (Amanda Burton) was the first Senior Partner. Along with Will Preston (Simon Shepherd) and Jack Kerruish (Kevin Whately) the three doctors ran the surgery for three series. Peak Practice follows the highs and lows of life in Cardale for these Doctors and others that followed them. The Series came to an end in 2002 after 12 succesful series.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Gary John Mavers (born 1 September 1964 in Huyton, Liverpool) is an English television actor. Mavers is best known for his portrayals of GP Andrew Attwood in Peak Practice that he worked on for 5 years as a hardworking doctor in a country practice, (1995 – 2000), and Will Manning in Casualty in a year long role, (2004 – 2005). Mavers took over the role of Gordon Livesy in Emmerdale from 2015 to 2016 where his character was involved in a child abuse storyline, after it was revealed Gordon sexually abused his son Aaron Livesy (played by Danny Miller) as a child. Mavers was said to have “The hardest job on TV” by many and was congratulated for both his sinister portrayal of the character and being willing to take the controversial role. Mavers is the father of 3 children including fellow actress Abby Mavers and younger brother of The La's frontman Lee Mavers.
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