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The EastEnders star, 53, runs his own management firm called XL Management Ltd and paid £245,774 in Corporation Tax last year, based on a fifth of its taxable income. In financial records on Companies House, first seen by The Sun, Adam's company also paid £182,486 in Corporation Tax in 2019. © Provided by Daily Mail ( This means Adam's XL Management has seen a turnover of around £2.1m over the last two years. Adam and Beverley, 56, are both listed as directors of the company but the soap star is the majority shareholder and has overall control.
After days of speculation, it wasthat EastEnder’s actor would enter the castle.
As a late arrival, the soap legend will enter the camp alongsidestar, .
Given that many familiar faces from Albert Square have taken part in the show, many of his former co-stars took to social media in support of his appearance.
Having won the jungle herself back in 2019,cheered on the Ian Beale actor from home, calling him “my winner” on her Instagram Stories.
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This isn’t the first time that Jacqueline has shown her love for Adam, calling him her “obsession”.
In her first video blog Jacqueline’s World, the actress, who played Lauren Branning on the BBC One drama, revealed that she loved Ian Beale and loved Adam for playing the infamous character.
During a Q&A, the 29 year old was asked who she would like to play on.
“Oh, this is a good one. If you were another character in EastEnders, who would you be?” she began.
“I mean, I’d like to be Ian Beale’s son or daughter, because then you’re like a Beale.
“Or… I don’t know why I’ve got this obsession with Ian Beale, I just love him. He’s the one that’s been in the show 33 years and I would just love…” she added.
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Adam Woodyatt is best known as iconic character Ian Beale, and it looks like soap stardom has paid off for the actorOne character we can all agree has became a national treasure is EastEnders' Ian Beale, portrayed by actor Adam Woodyatt.
Having joined the show in February 1985, Adam is the BBC One soap’s longest-serving cast member and is clearly well respected by his co-stars.
“Adam used to call me his ‘honourable Beale’, which really was like enough for me, and I did go out with both the Beales,” Jacqueline continued.
But her relationship with her former EastEnders colleague hasn’t always been plain sailing.
When quizzed by Keith Lemon on Celebrity Juice last year, Jacqueline admitted that she hadn’t kept in touch with Adam following her departure.
“I wouldn’t say I’m in touch with him, but he’s not the guy you just…,” she said.
And asked whether he was “a nice fellow”, she kept things tight-lipped and explained: “He’s nice if he likes you, and he likes me.”
In fact, ahead of his entrance in the castle, the Ian Beale actor disclosed that he didn’t want any advice from other Walford residents who had already taken part in the show.
“I’ve spoken to my good mate Shane [Richie], he’s given me a few. Vicky Pattison, she has as well,” he told.
“I’ll be honest I didn’t actually ask them. I didn’t actually want to know because I just wanted to go in and find out for myself.
“I would have actually quite liked if I hadn’t found out about who the other 10 are – I would have been going in there completely blind,” he added.
The 53 year old also confirmed that heto EastEnders after appearing in the castle.
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