Emmerdale’s Danny Miller shuts down acting company with £118k debt – just a year after leaving ITV soap

Danny Miller, a former fan favorite of Emmerdale, has shut down his acting business with a £118k debt, only a year after leaving the ITV soap.

The actor, 31, who took home the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! has experienced less success in the business world in the weeks since announcing his departure from Emmerdale.

According to documents submitted to Companies House, his company Cannon Professional Acting Company has been placed into liquidation due to debts totaling £117,527.

According to a summary of liabilities, the business debt breakdown included £1,866 in unpaid PAYE and National Insurance contributions and £36,991 in unpaid VAT, according to The Sun.

A bounced bank loan of £18,449 and a bank overdraft of £29,930 are both owed to Barclays.

According to liquidators Cowgirl Holloway Business Recovery, the company only has one asset worth £43,300, which is owed as a result of a directors loan. They describe the debt’s estimated future growth as “uncertain.”

The company was founded in 2013 and had assets worth £66,812 as of March 31, 2021.

Dad-of-one Danny owns 80% of the business. Along with Lucy Stratton, other shareholders include Andrea, Vincent, and Paul Miller, who each hold 5% of the company.

Danny, who has been Emmerdale’s fan favorite Aaron Dingle since 2008, has another performing arts company listed on Companies House.

In March 2021, Ganley Hannon Acting was established. Companies House is taking action to shut it down by issuing a mandatory strike-off notice because it is behind on its paperwork.

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