Happy Valley child star Rhys Connah has matured and is unrecognizable ahead of the long-awaited season 3
HAPPY Valley first hit our screens eight years ago – and one of its characters has looked completely unrecognizable since appearing in the hit series.
Sarah Lancashire depicts police officer Catherine Cawood, who is tasked with taking care of her nephew Ryan after his mother – whose rape resulted in her pregnancy – commits suicide.
Now all grown up, the young man – played by Rhys Connah – will return for the third season of the critically acclaimed BBC drama, with Filming is currently underway.
But after appearing on the show almost a decade ago with a fresh face, the boy today looks completely different.
Rhys, now 16, has received rave reviews for his performance on the first season of the award-winning show.
Since the second season of the series, he appeared in To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters, also the final part Charlie Murphy.
He also appeared in The White Princess, starring as Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, as well as the film The Runaways.
But now Rhys will turn her attention to Happy Valley again after the second series attracted an average audience of 9.3 million.
As a result, the first two films both won the BAFTA Television Awards for both Best Drama Series and Best Dramatic Screenplay for Creators and Screenwriters. Sally Wainwright.
The police drama won the Netflix drama The Crown, The Durrells and War & Peace to take home the coveted prize.
Sarah was also honored for her harrowing portrayal and received a BAFTA for Lead Actress in the second series.
The first two series about Happy Valley are available to watch on BBC iPlayer.
https://www.thesun.ie/tv/8255701/happy-valley-child-star-looks-like-now/ Happy Valley child star Rhys Connah has matured and is unrecognizable ahead of the long-awaited season 3