Character profiles for 162

Tommy – 28 years old, white British male born and raised in Winchester, now living in a flat in Islington. He is from a middle class family, an only child. Works with a home furnishing manufacturer based in the business design centre; though he is does not enjoy his job, he aims to become a CEO, he has the talent and knowledge to reach his goals; he just doesn’t have the drive.

Evie – 27 years old, white British female who was born in Cumbria, where she lived for 12 years, her family then moved to Winchester where she lived for 6 years before moving to London to study Journalism. She now lives in Camden with her husband, they met when she was 22; he was 26 and married four years later. She currently writes for the Daily Mail.

Their relationship: They met when they were 12/13 years old when Evie moved to Winchester, they lived just five minutes away from each other, and went to the same school. They were inseparable. Evie was there for Tommy during his fathers illness and eventual passing when they were just 16, bringing the pair closer together than ever. Evie would stay with Tommy for days on end; she became a valued member of his family, and was closer to Tommy’s mother than her own. Evie’s sister showed brief interest in Tommy when they were 18, this caused friction between the pair, but Tommy was not interested in her sister, and the situation blew over fairly quickly, though Evie became more and more distant from her own family. Evie saw Tommy as the brother she never had, she loved him like family, but never romantically. Tommy never told her his true feelings, whenever he had wanted to, or come close, something inside had stopped him, a little voice in his head too scared to risk letting her go, and ruining what they had. Though he still had hope that they would end up together, he believed she was the one, and never had a serious relationship due to this belief.


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