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Adam Woodyatt spotted selling vegan food at festival after quitting role as Ian Beale on EastEnders

Adam Woodyatt spotted selling vegan food at a festival after quitting role as Ian Beale on EastEnders

Adam Woodyatt appeared in his factor on Saturday as he was spotted selling vegan food at a festival in Cheshire.

The actor, 54, who left EastEnders nearly two years in the past, appeared a far cry from Ian Beale as he fortunately handed out food. 

Adam was serving to to run a plant-based road food trailer with catering company Kilty & Co.

Having a blast: Adam Woodyatt appeared in his factor on Saturday as he was spotted selling vegan food at a festival in Cheshire

He wore a inexperienced branded T-shirt, a large brimmed camouflage hat and a microphone so he might handle the gang.

It’s not the primary time Adam has been seen serving up food to clients since leaving the favored BBC cleaning soap. 

He was spotted selling Cajun wedges and kedgeree at Pub In The Park in Wimbledon earlier this year.

Tasting the goods: The actor, 54, who left EastEnders almost two years ago, looked a far cry from Ian Beale as he happily handed out food

Tasting the products: The actor, 54, who left EastEnders nearly two years in the past, appeared a far cry from Ian Beale as he fortunately handed out food

Helpful: Adam was helping to run a plant-based street food trailer with catering company Kilty & Co

Helpful: Adam was serving to to run a plant-based road food trailer with catering company Kilty & Co

The cleaning soap star was additionally seen working a food stall in Marlow in 2021, telling clients he was ‘getting paid in burgers’.

Adam was the longest-serving member of the cast of EastEnders when he stepped back from the role in November 2020.

Despite the door being left open for his return, he has hinted that he has give up for good, telling Steph McGovern: ‘I’ve form of left, however not left. It’s form of the best way the storyline has gone, I’m not there.

Mic'd up: He wore a green branded T-shirt, a wide brimmed camouflage hat and a microphone so he could address the crowd

Mic’d up: He wore a inexperienced branded T-shirt, a large brimmed camouflage hat and a microphone so he might handle the gang

Regular gig: It's not the first time Adam has been seen serving up food to customers since leaving the popular BBC soap

Regular gig: It’s not the primary time Adam has been seen serving up food to clients since leaving the favored BBC cleaning soap

‘I might go back and I couldn’t go back! I don’t know. The hypothesis has been hysterical.

‘I feel everyone seems to be all the time going to invest. But there are not any plans at the second.’

Recently Adam slammed EastEnders bosses, claiming they should not have turned his character Ian Beale right into a ‘sociopath’.

Iconic role: Adam was the longest-serving member of the cast of EastEnders when he stepped back from the role in November 2020

Iconic role: Adam was the longest-serving member of the cast of EastEnders when he stepped back from the role in November 2020

The actor, admitted the businessman was ‘very unpopular’ with viewers resulting from his ‘forthright’ and ‘fairly impolite’ methods, going to this point as to say he was a ‘narcissist’.

Having performed the role since its first ever episode in 1985, he give up the BBC cleaning soap final year and has now stated producers ought to have ‘gone in a unique route’.

Despite being launched as ‘a spotty, teenage child who obtained bullied at college’, Ian’s downfall got here after splitting from his spouse Jane (Laurie Brett) for good in 2020.

Adam instructed Kate Thornton on her White Wine Question Time podcast: ‘The character developed. If you suppose back within the 80s, he was a spotty, teenage child. He was getting bullied at college, his dad wished him to do boxing.’

‘It’s been a really, very lengthy journey. But do not get me unsuitable, I do not all the time suppose that a number of the modifications have been right.

‘Maybe they need to’ve chosen different instructions to go however they weren’t my selections. They have been stuff the bosses selected.

‘Did it make Ian unpopular? Yeah, at occasions. He was fairly forthright and fairly impolite to everybody, even people he cherished.’

Furious: Recently Adam slammed EastEnders bosses, claiming they shouldn't have turned his character Ian Beale into a 'sociopath' (pictured in-character)

Furious: Recently Adam slammed EastEnders bosses, claiming they should not have turned his character Ian Beale right into a ‘sociopath’ (pictured in-character)

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