Shane is 6'1" tall.
His first appearance on Eastenders was 21.11.2002.
Shane has a younger brother named Dean.
His role as Alfie Moon in Eastenders won him numerous awards, but he left Eastenders at the end of 2005.
His first TV appearance was on You Gotta Be Jokin (1991).
His first job was a bluecoat entertainer in Pontins holiday camps.
He used to be a stand-up comic.
He has appeared in many musicals including Boogie Nights and Grease.
He has 1 son with 2nd wife Christie Goddard named Mackenzie. He also has two sons with ex-wife Coleen Nolan named Shane Jr. and Jake.
In 2003 he invested a six-figure sum into the budget of the film Shoreditch, but the film flopped and didn't make much profit.
Shane once pulled a man from a blazing vehicle at a petrol station.
As a kid, Shane was inspired by David Bowie's persona Ziggy Stardust.
Shane likes to have painted toenails and paints them different colours to reflect his mood.
Shane doesn't like the chat show programme Trisha.
Shane's talents include acrobatics, impersonation, and darts.
He is a Manchester United fan.
Shane was voted Britian's Best Barman, he was also Sexist Male and Newcomer at the National Soap Awards 2003 and Best Actor and Best Comedy Performance at the 2004 awards.