Emmerdale’s Dominic Brunt takes major career step after axe fears
Dominic Brunt, a legend of the ITV serial opera Emmerdale, has recently made another significant professional move.
Paddy Kirk, one of the most adored characters in the serial opera Emmerdale, has been portrayed by Dominic Brunt, 52, for 25 years. Some Emmerdale viewers may be aware that Dominic is an avid horror film lover who has even directed a few frightful films.
He previously directed movies like Evie and Attack of the Adult Babies. Following its premiere, his most recent picture, Wolf Manor, has been screened at film festivals. Thank you to @FrightFest for hosting our Leicester Square premiere last night, the Emmerdale legend wrote on Twitter. A fantastic evening.
@wolfmanorfilm On this morning’s 6 a.m. train to Leeds, I was feeling sour yet brimming with pride for our cast and staff.”
Joel Ferrari and Pete Wild wrote the script for Dominic’s newest movie. The production, which was filmed in Shropshire, featured John Henshaw from Early Doors and James Fleet from The Vicar of Dibly. Here is where you can read more about Wolf Manor.
Dominic has already expressed his fear of Paddy being killed off in Emmerdale, so having an additional weapon in his arsenal is definitely not a bad idea. He reflected on his experience on the serial during an interview previewing Emmerdale’s 50th anniversary plans.
Dominic said, “But if I were to go tomorrow, I wouldn’t moan because I’ve had 25 fantastic years – but long may it continue.” “I adore that position completely. To you, I am unable to convey what it means to me.
Paddy has been involved in a good number of significant storylines, including many ups and downs in romantic relationships. From the millions of people that watch Emmerdale, he has a large following.
I recently noticed that I was in a photograph commemorating the 25th anniversary and I immediately thought, “Oh my gosh, 25 years ago? Seven feels like it,” Dominic said. “Your life simply goes by so quickly, but I’ve been very lucky,” said the speaker.
God alone knows how many shots I was able to avoid in that. I’m just so appreciative that they still write for us and have faith in us to handle these topics.