Adam Woodyatt, a soap legend who just participated on I’m A Celeb, has announced his departure from EastEnders.


Adam Woodyatt, a soap legend who just participated on I’m A Celeb, has announced his departure from EastEnders.

As soap fans prepare to see him enter the castle on I’m a Celebrity, EastEnders icon Adam Woodyatt has given the clearest warning yet that he may be quitting Albert Square for good.

Adam Woodyatt, a new recruit on I’m A Celebrity, has given the clearest clue yet that he is leaving EastEnders.

The actor has played Ian Beale on the BBC One serial since its inception 36 years ago.

He requested “time out” a year ago, and instead of returning to Albert Square, he is now appearing on ITV’s reality show, leading to rumours that he has permanently fled Walford.

The soap stars are poised to take on Thursday’s Bushtucker trial, accompanied by Coronation Street icon Simon Gregson, when they approach the castle on Thursday in an attempt to bring some food home for their new campmates.

“Look, I don’t know the answer,” he responded when asked if he will return to EastEnders.

“It’s also not solely my choice.” The BBC has made the decision. It’s a question of timing.

“There are a lot of variables at play, and the honest answer is that I don’t know.”

When questioned if he was like the soap’s irritating entrepreneur, he used the past tense to allude to him.

“That was a character I played,” he explained. I’m not sure I’m like him.

“That was my prior position, and he was quite the character.”

“I’m simply pretty content doing what I’m doing at the moment, which is doing I’m a Celeb,” Adam, 53, who is estranged from his wife Beverley, said when asked about his next career move.

“I’m in the traveling production of Looking Good Dead by Peter James.

“I’m just going to take it as it comes.” There is no strategy in place. I’ll simply see where circumstances lead me.” Simon Gregson, Adam’s co-star, who will be shown in camp with him on Thursday night’s episode, on the other hand, has no desire to quit Corrie.

For the past 32 years, he has played wed Steve McDonald seven times on the ITV soap.

“I am not leaving,” Simon stated emphatically. I consider myself tremendously fortunate to work where I do.

“I believe it is a career for life.” I just like going there, and it helps pay the bills.” “I just hope there are no more weddings for Steve because filming a wedding takes roughly 70 years and he can’t be bothered with additional weddings,” he added. Despite the fact that Adam insists he is nothing like his occasionally brash and disrespectful father. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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