Bel's Boys (TV Series)

Bel's Boys is a 2006 TV series based on the band of the same name. It consists of 26 15-minute episodes first broadcast on CITV and is repeated on the CITV channel.

Bel's Boys was made by Initial (part of the Endemol group) and was part funded by the NIFTC (Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission). The series was filmed entirely in Belfast making it the biggest drama series ever to be filmed in Northern Ireland.


The show stars Graham McKee, Luke O'Reilly and Eoin Logan from the real life "band" as Vince, Leon and Tay who send their demo cd to acting manager Ainsley Barter who, being an acting manager, not a band manager, tosses it in the bin. But his 9-year-old daughter, Bel, listens to it and is instantly a fan. She goes round to their garage where they practice and hang out. Although they are uncertain at first about having a 9-year-old being their manager but she convinces them that the only way for them to get noticed by her dad is to first be managed by herself. In order to get them known they often enlist the help of Ainsley's PA, SJ, her younger brother, Ollie and Bel's best friend, Carina, although her friendship with Bel is often strained by her commitment to the band.


Vince-Graham McKee

Leon-Luke O'Reilly

Tay-Eoin Logan

Bel Barter-Allanah Scully

SJ-Dorothy Cotter

Ollie-Leo McGuigan

Carina-Lara McIvor

Ainsley Barter-Paddy Jenkins

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