Inside Emmerdale star Louis Healy’s life after the soap including famous mum Denise
Denise Welch’s son Louis Healy: Everything you need to know about the Emmerdale actor…
Denise Welch has been a familiar face on television for years, having been in Coronation Street, Waterloo Road, and Hollyoaks, among other programs.
She is also well-known to us as a regular panelist on Loose Women and for her appearances on numerous other reality programs.
Louis, Denise’s son, is also an actor, therefore she is not the only one of her family to have a profession in show business.
What is Louis Healy’s background and who is he? This is what we do know:
Who did Louis Healy play in Emmerdale?
In Emmerdale’s first episode of 2019, Louis Healy played Danny Harrington.
The 22-year-old played Sarah Sugden’s ex-boyfriend on the ITV serial opera for a year, up until 2020.
In September 2019, Sarah and Louis’s characters met online, although Sarah’s family first turned him away.
After Danny and Sarah were reunited as a result of Charity Dingle finding him, things took a dark turn when Danny began pressuring Sarah to sell narcotics on his behalf.
Louis, who left the serial two years ago, told the Daily Star that the experience had been incredible and that it had been both his largest work and his most well-known position.
Naturally, the Dingle family and Sarah, who is one of the family’s core members, were crucial to my plot and character.
Added him: “I was overjoyed when I got there since my mom had clearly worked for ITV and been in soap operas, so it was like a full circle event for me and my parents as well.
“Because I’ve only ever done things for a month or two at a time, the work I got to do was unique in that it allowed me to fully create the character of a real evil guy for the first time.
While I was only in Emmerdale for around seven or eight months, I had plenty of time to get involved.
What else has Louis Healy been in?
Louis has appeared in Hotel Portofino, The Pact, and Vera since leaving Emmerdale.
Louis mentioned the pressure from Tim and Denise Healy, his parents: “When I was younger, I used to experience some of that, but it never came from my parents or anyone else in my family; instead, it came from peer pressure.
“Since your parents had large shoes to fill, kids wouldn’t feel as embarrassed approaching you and saying, “God, you’ve got balls, haven’t you tried to become anything.”
My parents are both successful individuals in their own right, and when I first started my profession, it opened a few doors for me. I’ve never felt any pressure to follow in their footsteps.
“Any parent with children who wish to pursue acting does so; they speak with agencies, and since I was a minor, they had to sign documents.”