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Coronation Street Spider star's life - Joe Duttine link, soap return and love life

Coronation Street icon Geoffrey Nugent, otherwise known as Spider, makes his epic return to the ITV soap tonight (July 1, 2022).The character will also come face to face with former flame Toyah Battersby at a protest in the episode - almost twenty years since Spider actor Martin Hancock left the soap.With Toyah dealing with the deal of Imran Habeeb and Spider's shock return, viewers will be eager to see how their story will develop in upcoming episodes.READ NEXT: Coronation Street Gail star's heartbreaking soap revelation after tragic death of mumAhead of the highly anticipated return, Daily Star takes a look inside Spider star Martin Hancock's life as the character returns to Coronation Street.Although fans fondly remember Martin Hancock, 53, as Spider in Coronation Street, the actor has also had a roles in a few rival soaps.After making his debut in the 1995 short film Milkman, Martin landed his iconic role as Spider from 1997-2003.He later went on to play Reg Lund in the much missed BBC hospital soap Holby City too.Along with roles in popular TV series including The Bill, Endeavour, Doctors, Casualty and The Enfield Haunting, Martin Hancock has not left our screens since departing the cobbles nearly 20 years ago.He also landed a leading role in TV mini series Cradle To Grave in 2015, alongside comedian Peter Kay, before most recently appearing in The Last Faust and In The Long Run.Coronation Street fans were delighted when ITV producers announced that Spider would be making a return to the cobbles.Spider was the nephew of Emily Bishop, who most famously had a relationship with Toyah Battersby - with the couple leaving Weatherfield for London in 2003.While Georgia Taylor returned to Coronation Street as Toyah Battersby
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