Cain Dingle

Cain Dingle is a fictional character in the British ITV soap opera Emmerdale played by Jeff Hordley. Cain made his first appearance on 30 March 2000 before leaving in 2006. Hordley was asked to return to the serial but initially turned the offer down until he felt the "time was right", on February 2009. Cain's storylines have focused on his relationships with Charity Dingle and others. Cain's other storylines have included discovering he is the father of Debbie Dingle and more recently being attacked in a whodunit storyline where his assailant was eventually revealed to be his father, Zak Dingle.

Read more about Cain Dingle:  Creation and Casting, Reception

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Cain Dingle - Reception
... Awards Hordley was nominated for "Best Bad Boy" while Cain's and Debbie's custody battle for Sarah was nominated for "Best Storyline" ... For his portrayal of Cain, Hordley was nominated in the category of "Villan of the Year" at the 2011 Inside Soap Awards ... Television Awards, for his portrayal of Cain ...
List Of Storylines In Emmerdale - General By Year
... a cliff but Kathy Glover is rescued by Eric Pollard and Marlon Dingle ... Butch Dingle is injured in a bus/lorry collision and marries his girlfriend Emily Wylie at his hospital bed minutes before dying ... Debbie Jones the illegitimate child of second cousins Cain and Charity is fostered by Emily and Paddy Kirk who married in October ...
Sadie King - Storylines
... She wasn't happy when he began dating Chas Dingle ... detective to trail Charity, Sadie bribed her ex-lover Cain Dingle to get Charity in a compromising position ... film, Jimmy revealed everything about Sadie’s plots, her alliance with Cain and the state of their marriage ...

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