EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt has denied he will make a big return to BBC One drama as much-loved character Ian Beale. He said there are currently no plans for him to return to Albert Square
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EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt has denied he is returning to BBC One.
It was previously reported that the beloved actor – who played Ian Beale on the soap for several years – would return with a huge £300,000 deal amid Danny Dyer’s departure from the show. submit.
However, Adam insists there are currently no plans for him to return, as he describes the speculation as “hysterical” – although he did not turn off the possibility of his infamous character return in the coming days. someday.
Adam appeared on Channel 4’s Steph Packed Lunch today alongside his former EastEnders colleague Laurie Brett, as they promote the new play where they reunited after playing husband and wife in the soap room.
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Steph asked why he decided to leave EastEnders, he said: “I left, but not left. That’s how the storyline went… I wasn’t there. I could go back and I’m not. I don’t know. Speculation has gone wild.
“I think people are always speculating. But there are no plans at the moment.”
Adam also enjoyed performing on stage with Laurie.
“I’m having a ball. Back on stage, I forgot why I fell in love with acting because you get instant feedback. You have an audience. If you do something on television, you can wait six weeks to three months a year,” he shared.
Previous reports suggested that Adam could be “lucky” back to EastEnders with a big coin contract.
“Adam is one of the highest earners in EastEnders and he’ll certainly find a way to earn back at least the same amount, if not more,” the source said at the time.
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“They desperately want to bring him back after the big blow of losing Danny. The belief is that if he signs it now it means he has to give Bev more in their divorce settlement. But obviously the bosses at EastEnders need to know what’s going on.”
Adam has been asked about the possibility of a return multiple times – but always refuses to say for certain that he won’t come back.
“I think that as long as I live, I will still be considered Ian Beale. No matter what I do, what else I do, where I go, Ian Beale will always be a part of my life,” he said of the relationship. his lifelong relationship with the character.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/eastenders-ian-beale-actor-adam-26612754 EastEnders actor Ian Beale Adam Woodyatt refuses to 'give back £300k' to BBC