In another dramatic episode of Emmerdale last night, Nate Robinson’s (Jurell Carter) months of trouble-making came to a head and almost led to him losing his life.
Nate was left on-board a ticking time bomb last night after Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) jumped into the water to save Moira (Natalie J Robb) following his fight with Nate. While Cain and Moira are still underwater, the boat explodes above them, leaving Nate’s life hanging in the balance. As Cain and Moira try to swim their way to safety, they spot Nate clinging on to some debris for dear life and after some coaxing from Moira, Cain swims over to rescue him.
With all three characters now safely on the shore, the question over what Cain will do next now he has learnt the truth about Nate and discovered Moira’s affair with him, hangs over the trio.
But who is Nate and who is the actor who plays him, Jurell Carter?
Who is Nate in Emmerdale?
Nate first entered the soap back in April this year, as the toy-boy who had kissed Rhona (Zoe Henry) on a night out in Hotten.
Since then, Nate has also seduced various women in the Yorkshire Dales including Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson) and Tracy Metcalfe (Amy Walsh) before he started a steamy affair with Moira after getting a job on her farm.
The lothario has had a clear vendetta against Cain for some time. Aside from his affair with Moira, he helped Amy get full custody of her son back from Cain and also tipped police off to Cain being in possession of stolen car parts.
While not much was known about Nate when he first entered the soap, the secrets behind his identity have slowly begun to unravel and he revealed this week that he is in fact Cain’s son.
His mother’s identity remains a secret, but after Faith rummaged through Nate’s things and found a photograph that sent her running for cover – and a ‘strong drink’ – it’s clear that she at least knows the truth behind Nate’s parentage.
Who is actor Jurell Carter?
Leicester-born Jurell Carter studied performing arts at LIPA in Liverpool before signing with acting agency Revolution Talent.
Before he announced that he would become a series regular in Emmerdale in May 2019, the young actor appeared in an episode of both Doctors and Channel 4 show, Home.
Emmerdale is Jurell’s first major on-screen role since graduating.
Marking over six months since he started working on the soap, Jurell has been nominated for the Best Newcomer award at the National Television Awards and voting is currently open for fans to have their say across all categories.
Emmerdale continues tonight at 7pm on ITV.
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