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EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt looks worlds away from Albert Square with bushy beard and no glasses

EASTENDERS legend Adam Woodyatt has been spotted looking worlds away from Albert Square with a bushy beard and no glasses. The soap star looked completely different to legendary character Ian Beale as he took to Instagram with a new snap. Adam, 54, who quit his role on the BBC soap last year, took to social media with a smiling snap alongside a group of friends.

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