|Portrayed by||William Boyde|
|First Appearance||20th March 1986|
|Date of Birth||1951|
|Occupation||Was owner of the Dagmar Wine Bar, currently owns Weyland & Co|
Ex-army officer Wilmott-Brown's arrival in Albert Square caused a few curtain twitches. Nobody likes a toff in Walford, so it was inevitable that this posh-talking public schoolboy would turn out to be a psychotic beast.
His brief affair with Debs didn't rock his boat, so the smooth-talking ladies' man tricked unsuspecting Kathy into a compromising position, and raped her in July 1988. He was imprisoned in April 1989 for the offence. Kathy tricked him into allowing him to bribe her while a policeman was waiting, and recording the conversation, and who heard him confess to the rape.
He was released in January 1992 and returned to Walford. Despite his protestations of innocence, it turned out that he had form for the same offence – and when he came crawling back, asking her to start again, he was given short shrift and the mob ran him out of Albert Square. Willmott-Brown was later imprisoned as Phil Mitchell tracked his wife down in April 1994 and she said he was in prison again for raping another woman.