|Station||Blackwall Fire Station|
|Played by||Treva Etienne|
|First appearance|| Series 1, episode 1 (1988)|
|Last appearance||Series 3, episode 8 (1990)|
Tony joined Blue Watch at some point between the television movie and series 1. Tony was married to Dorothy but the marriage was not without its troubles. Their money worries got so desperate that Tony stole the money Blue Watch had raised for a boy's operation. However, he couldn't go through with it and discreetly returned the money with Josie's help.
Dorothy was also a shopaholic and couldn't stop running up debts on credit cards. When she borrowed money from a loan shark, Tony angrily returned the money to him the same day. There was an undercurrent of tension in the marriage due to the fact that it was an interacial marrige, especially when their parents met up. Tony was unhappy when Dorothy got a job as a cocktail waitress at a nightclub, and they slowly drifted apart.
Tony befriended a young window cleaner named Curly who had been impaled on sharp railings after falling from his ladder, and got angry when a nearby woman tactlessly remarked that the boy's condition was hopeless. Tony was upset when the young man died moments later. He met Curly's father, who thanked him for his efforts. He supported John Hallam when Hallam testified at the disciplinary hearing of a group of racist officers who had almost killed a black fireman, Desmond Maddox.
Tony and Dorothy eventually divorced and he susequently got back with an ex-girlfriend, Jenny. Tate invited him and Jenny to dinner, although Tony was annoyed when Tate used the occasion to suggest he take part in a campaign to recruit more ethnic minority officers. Tony left the watch after series 3 to help Jenny run her new boutique.
See also: Tony Sanderson/Appearances
Tony appeared in 22 episodes of London's Burning between 1988 and 1990