Guilt's Mark Bonnar has a very famous wife - and you might recognise her!

Guilt's Mark Bonnar has a very famous wife - and you might recognise her!

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BAFTA-winning comedy-drama Guilt recently returned to screens with Mark Bonnar reprising his role as lead Max.

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But audiences might be surprised to learn that the 52-year-old's wife is pretty famous herself – and TV fans will definitely recognise her.

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Like her husband, Lucy Gaskell has been a stalwart on British television screens since the early 2000s. She is perhaps best known for playing the role of Ruby Ferris in the BBC One drama Cutting It and Kirsty Clements in Casualty. She has also appeared in the likes of Doctor Who, Being Human, Waking the Dead and DCI Banks.

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Meanwhile, besides The Guilt, Scottish actor Mark is also currently starring in the new series of crime drama Shetland. His previous roles include DCI Atkins in Taggart, Mike Dryden in Line of Duty and Colin Osborne in Unforgotten.

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Mark Bonnar and Lucy Gaskell married in 2007

The pair, who tied the knot in December 2007, also both starred in Casualty! They reportedly met four years earlier in 2003 during a production of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, which was Lucy's professional stage debut.

Speaking about the early days of their romance, Mark told The Radio Times: "We didn't have any stage time together at all, but, you know…"

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The couple have two children together 

They have two children together, a ten-year-old daughter named Martha and a six-year-old son named Samuel and being a dad is something Mark always wanted.

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"[Having kids] was late in the day for me. I met Lucy when I was in my mid-30s and we had eight years before we had children," he confessed.

"My parents always said to me: 'If you're happy, we're happy' and I'm going to try to do the same with my kids. As a parent, your children's happiness is the most important thing. I mean, it's a whirlwind from the moment you get up to the moment they go to bed. But then you cry and have a bottle of wine and watch some Bake Off."

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