Eastenders’ Adam Woodyatt aka Ian Beale stuns fans while working on a booth at a festival

Attendees of the Pub-In-The-Park festival at Wimbledon Park over the weekend will be forgiven for thinking they happened to be on a secret filming session for EastEnders when Adam delivered fried food to customers.

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EastEnders fans might be forgiven for thinking they took the wrong turn and ended up on the BBC set rather than going to a family festival at the weekend when Adam Woodyatt was there enjoying a hot meal. like his soap character Ian Beale.

The 53-year-old TV icon gave up the series last year to enjoy an extended break after starring on the show for 35 non-stop years.

But while it looks like you can get the boy out of Albert Square, you can’t get Beale away from Adam as he stuns festival-goers on Sunday as he delivers fast food at the carnival Pub-In-The-Park.

Enthusiasts may have questioned whether they were experiencing real life or had unwittingly become a side character in the soap as Adam served customers – just like his fast-food company owns employees. soap object.







Pub-In-The-Park festival goers were stunned to see Adam Woodyatt working at a fast food stand
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Adam looks like his EastEnders character, Ian Beale
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A source said those present at the festival were “stunned” to see “Adam Woodyatt aka Ian Beale working on a stall at the festival selling the Kentucky Blue Pheasant.”

The soap actor grew a bushy beard and served deep-fried birds at the event at Wimbledon Park.

Earlier this year, Adam explained that he was considering giving up his acting life entirely to move into a new role as a kitchen staff.







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He told the Daily Star earlier this month: “My friend Daniel Clifford previously offered me some time working in his kitchen at the Midsummer House restaurant in Cambridge.

“I can go and do it in a few weeks. Knowing Daniel well, he will ask me to do the laundry! ”

It’s not clear if Adam will return to his role on EastEnders – with some reports suggesting he is being offered a £300,000-a-year contract to return to Ian Beale once more.







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Adam has made more money in the months since he left the soap by appearing in the hit ITV series I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! previous November.

His time at the castle is said to have earned him a staggering £250,000 and he was knocked out sixth on the show in three weeks.

Adam has meanwhile boosted his income by creating custom videos for fans through Memmo Me – a video request service that will cost fans £40 per request.

He lists himself as: “Actor, known for playing Ian Beale in EastEnders.

“Order a video message from Adam today for any birthday, small chat, toast, well wishes, anniversaries or just a greeting.”







It’s a case of art imitating life when Adam serves the same food as his screen character
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Meanwhile, a source told The Sun earlier this year: “Adam is one of the top earners in EastEnders and he’ll certainly be looking to earn at least the same amount of money back, if not wanted. say more.”

However, a BBC spokesman said: “Any contract negotiations are pure speculation.”

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