Entertainment I'm A Celebrity 2021: Adam Woodyatt confirms there's no EastEnders return
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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.
EastEnders starappears to have confirmed he won’t be returning to his role as in the soap.
The actor, who’s been on an extended hiatus from his long-running role, chatted to the campmates about wanting to take on other opportunities.
Following, Adam, 53, went on to star in the theatre production Looking Good Dead, which is running into next year.
Frankie Bridge asked him in camp: ‘What made you leave EastEnders Adam?’
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Adam,, replied: ‘I just had another opportunity. This play came up. I just fancied doing something different. The way the storyline is, they needed me to take a break. Yeah.. the break’s just got longer.’
Kadeena Cox asked: ‘Would you ever get into film?’ with Adam then replying: ‘I’m available as of April.’
It was previously rumoured that Adam was set to leave EastEnders for good following his appearance on I’m A Celebrity.
A source told The Sun: ‘He’s excited by the prospect of showing the nation who the real Adam Woodyatt is.
‘He is optimistic it will open the minds of producers who might have previously only thought of him as Ian.
EastEnders' Adam Woodyatt reveals he has 'no plans' to return to BBC soap after ITV's I'm A Celeb
EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt has revealed he won't be returning to the BBC soap after ITV's I'm A Celebrity as he's still on tour with Looking Good Dead until April 2022 . Adam is currently on a hiatus from the BBC One soap after playing Ian Beale since 1985 and his exit scenes aired earlier this year in an explosive New Year storyline. The actor had previously revealed he won't be back on EastEnders until 2022 "at the earliest" and he has now shared further details about his Albert Square comeback ahead of his appearance on I'm A Celebrity 2021 with Coronation Street's Simon Gregson.
‘And there are plenty of stars who’ve gone on to new things as a result of I’m A Celebrity.’
Adam made his final appearance in EastEnders as Ian back in January, after he decided to take a break from the show.
It was originally thought that he would only be away for 10 weeks, but he since revealed that he wouldn’t return until next year at the earliest.
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for EastEnders for comment.
I’m A Celebrity returns tomorrow at 9pm on ITV.
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