Four years back, Emmerdale alum Ryan Hawley had a dramatic exit from the show. Back then, he left us in shock with a dramatic exit as his character attacked rapist Lee with a shovel. But guess what? Ryan Hawley is making a return to the screen, though not in the familiar Emmerdale setting.
This exciting comeback promises to showcase his acting in a new light, leaving us eager to see what roles lie ahead for this actor. Are you excited to have Ryan back on your screens, too?
Emmerdale: After Four Years, Ryan Makes A Comeback To The Screen
Ryan Hawley (38) was popularised for his role as Robert Sugden in Emmerdale in 2014. But in the year 2019, the actor left the soap opera. He made a dramatic exit after attacking rapist Lee with a shovel. This was followed by the rapist’s death, leading to Ryan’s character facing a murder charge. According to reports, the Emmerdale alum exited the show in order to explore and pursue other projects. Following his exit, he was seen as Michael Robson in Silent Witness in the year 2021.
Ryan Hawley has always been versatile with many shades of character. This includes his character of Jack Thayer in the ITV miniseries Titanic. However, his portrayal of Robert in Emmerdale was the one that kept the British audience hooked for five long years. His character earned him widespread recognition, and he won multiple awards and nominations at The British Soap Awards.
Now, here is exciting news for Ryan Hawley fans as the talented actor is back on screen as Sid Crabtree in Channel 5’s “All Creatures Great And Small.” The storyline is centered around Sid, a farmer who moved to the Dales with his wife and their children from Bradford for medical reasons. However, they face multiple challenges due to their inexperience in farming. All in all, Ryan’s comeback is surely something to look forward to. Let us see what he has in the bag for us. And for more Emmerdale news updates and spoilers, stay tuned to the TV Season & Spoilers!
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