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Hollyoaks Rory Finnigan star unrecognisable as he lands BBC role with Hollywood stars

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Hollyoaks star James Redmond looked unrecognisable as he shared a snap on social media, alongside one of the stars of BBC programme The Outlaws.The actor, who played Rory 'Finn' Finnigan on the Channel 4 soap between 1997-2002, looked completely different from his Hollyoaks days, as smiled for the camera alongside The Outlaws star and comedian Stephen Merchant.James looked incredible in the photograph, sporting a beard and grey beard, while wearing a patterned shirt and jeans - in an amazing transformation from his days as Rory Finnigan, and as fresh-faced Abs Denham in Casualty.He also shared new career news in the post, captioning the snap: "Season 2 of ‘THE OUTLAWS’ launches next month on BBC One and @bbciplayer in the UK and on @PrimeVideo internationally, later this year."Great script, stellar cast & lush locations."Over the moon to have been cast in an episode.

Fair play to the multitalented @StephenMerchant."Fans went wild for the star's look, with one saying: "You look great," followed by love heart eye emojis.A second said: "Great news mate and that's one hell of a shirt," while a third commented: "Damn that's a sexy shirt!"Fans and friends also rushed to congratulate James on landing a role in the popular BBC series, which stars huge Hollywood icons including Christopher Walken and Poldark's Eleanor Tomlinson.One fan said: "Well done.

Delighted for you. Seething with envy."A second added: "I loved the first series, cannot wait for the second one," while a third commented: "Blimey!

That’s come round quick, looking forward to it!"His former Hollyoaks cast mates also congratulated him on the news, with actor Paul Danan saying: "Jim that's incredible!

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