Adam Woodyatt, a former EastEnders actor, has once more been questioned about his future in Albert Square.
From the inaugural episode of the BBC soap opera in 1985 until his departure from the series 35 years later, in 2021, the actor portrayed Ian Beale.
Adam has since made appearances on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, is currently competing in a new drag queen ITV series, and has recently been cast in the musical My Fair Lady.
But as soap opera actors are quite good at learning, Adam will always remain Ian to many people, and they will always want him to come back.
Adam was asked once more on Friday’s Lorraine if he ever plans to return to Coronation Street in the role by Christine Lampard.
Adam answered, “No matter what happens, I’m still going to be Ian Beale. He belongs to the nation.
He said, “I don’t know what’s going to happen.”
The entrance is open. Many doors are open, including the rear entrance.
Ian was confused and is currently stranded on the circle line, according to a joke made by Adam.
Fans of EastEnders will be disappointed to learn that Adam doesn’t presently have any plans to return, saying, “I’m delighted going back on stage.” I really like it.
He recently told Kate Thornton on her podcast White Wine Question Time: “I’m quite pleased doing what I’m doing.” He has previously hinted of moving back to Albert Square.
“I have no idea what’s going to happen,” you say.
When Adam revealed last week that he had been cast as Alfred in the UK and Ireland tour of My Fair Lady, everyone was ecstatic.
Adam stated that he is “thrilled” to be taking on the role in a recent Instagram post.
With the actor playing Colonel Pickering, he joins former Emmerdale star John Middleton, who played adored vicar Ashley Thomas, in the show.