|First appearance||2nd June 1976|
|Number of appearances||1|
|Played by||David Fleeshman|
The unnamed Morris Dancer was one of a troupe of eight who were booked by Ken Barlow to appear at Coronation Street's Spring Bank Holiday fair. The problem was that the other seven failed to show. He asked Hilda Ogden if she'd seen his compatriots, saying he was one of eight and she replied that she pitied his poor mother, and then shrieked with laughter at her own joke. The dancer, unamused, stalked off.