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Ex-Corrie star James Gaddas joins Hollyoaks

OHMYGOSSIP — James Gaddas has joined ‘Hollyoaks’.
The former ‘Coronation Street’ actor – who played Vinny Sorrell in the ITV soap – has signed up to play Warren Fox’s (Jamie Lomas) former carer in the Channel 4 show.
According to The Sun Online, James will star as Cormac Ranger, who used to work at Warren’s children’s home.
The character, who is expected to debut next week, also has a history with Richard Blackwood’s ‘Oaks’ alter-ego Felix Westwood.
It comes after Felix revealed to Warren that Cormac used to beat him, and he still has the scars on his back.
Warren is to meet Cormac to discuss Felix’s claims.
As well as his 15-month stint on ‘Corrie’ from August 1999 to November 2000, James has appeared in several other shows, most notably ITV prison drama ‘Bad Girls’.
He portrayed governing governor Neil Grayling in the programme, which featured several actors who have gone on to become soap stars, such as EastEnders’ Linda Henry (Shirley Carter) and Kellie Bright (Linda Carter), and Debra Stephenson, who joined ‘Corrie’ as Frankie Baldwin a year after departing ‘Bad Girls’.
What’s more, James once popped up in ‘Emmerdale’, playing a prisoner called Ged who was awaiting trial for murder – somewhat of a contrast from his prison governor part in ‘Bad Girls’.
Away from the small screen, the star has dabbled in politics.
He was the Conservative Party candidate for Stockton South in the 2005 election, but he lost out to Labour’s Dari Taylor, finishing second with a 34.1 per cent vote.

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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