Adam Woodyatt from EastEnders has a new appearance as he flaunts his white beard.


Adam Woodyatt from EastEnders has a new appearance as he flaunts his white beard.

EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt looked nothing like his onscreen character Ian Beale as he congratulated a fellow soap pal on Instagram. Loyal EastEnders fans will recognize him from his legendary role as TV legend Ian Beale in Albert Square.

However, the 53-year-old actor appeared to be a far cry from his on-screen persona as he posted a lovely message to a rival soap star online.

According to rumors, I’m a famous person… I have to get out of here! Sally Ann Matthews, who plays Jenny in the renowned ITV serial Coronation Street, received a wonderful video from a competitor.

Adam took the beautiful video at an unknown picturesque spot surrounded by clear skies and what appeared to be open sea, dressed in a dark grey hoodie.

The father of two shed his long locks in favor of a shorter buzz-cut that had just begun to grow in.

He completed the appearance with a salt and pepper beard as he offered his best wishes to his friend as she prepared to achieve a task she set for herself last year of running 50 5k races in a year to collect money for five organizations.

Sally posted a video of Adam congratulating her on her athletic achievement to her Instagram account.

“Cheers @adamwoodyatt, my pal for nearly 30 years!” she wrote. I look forward to seeing you soon… x (hashtag)Run50Loading (hashtag)505ks450th (hashtag)505ks450th (hashtag)505ks450th (hashtag)505ks450th (h “Sal, I didn’t think you’d make it when you started this challenge – I’ll be totally honest,” Adam admitted in the video.

“Now that you’ve reached 49 runs, you only have one more to go.” Congratulations for a job well done.

“Just go for it tomorrow, and accomplish it in the quickest time you can.” “Go for it, girl.” On her online fundraising site, the Corrie actress explained why she decided to take on the challenging job.

“On the 19th September 2020, I turned 50 years old,” she wrote on her Virgin Money page.

“I’d never been athletic before, but I decided to try Couch to 5k earlier this year and enjoyed it.

“After finishing the show, I realized I needed to set myself a goal so I wouldn’t end up back on the sofa with the remote and a glass of wine.”

“So, between 19920 and 18921, why not run 50 5ks to collect money for five charities?”

“They are acting for others, but they are acting against,” Sally continued. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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