EMMERDALE star Louis Healy looks almost unrecognisable in his latest TV role.
The actor, who played Danny Harrington on the ITV soap, has landed a part in huge new drama Hotel Portofino.
The glamorous period drama, which stars the likes of Natascha McElhone and Mark Umbers, is currently airing in the US on PBS as well as on Britbox, in the UK.
Louis, 21, plays a character called Billy Scanlon in the drama, which is set in the backdrop Mussolini's Italian riviera in 1926.
According to IMBD Hotel Portofino tells the story of matriarch Bella Ainsworth, who wants her eponymous hotel to be a home from home for wealthy English travellers.
As well as demanding guests, she struggles to contend with an errant husband, and being blackmailed by the local fascist politician.
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Clearly excited about his latest role, Louis shared a series of behind the scenes shot as he encouraged his followers to watch it in the US.
Louis starred in Emmerdale from 2019- 2021 and played troubled Danny who groomed girlfriend Sarah Sugden and tricked her into selling drugs on his behalf.
Danny finally pushed Sarah too far at the beginning of 2020 when he tricked her into selling drugs on his behalf, pretending he’d be beaten up if she didn’t get rid of the gear.
When Sarah found out he’d lied, she planted the drugs on Danny and rang the police – and watched with relief as he was arrested.
It wasn’t long until he was back in the village though and started dealing drugs to a stag do at the pub and forced Sarah to hide the pills when the police arrived.
Louis is the son of TV personalities Denise Welch and Tim Healy.
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The family's stardom doesn't end there as his brother, Matthew Healy, is part of successful boy group The 1975.
He once spoke to The Mirror about the pressure to do as well as his family, saying: "They don't put any pressure on me but the little bit I probably do feel is the pressure to have a career as successful as my mum and dad, but I like that, I think I've always worked well under pressure and if I know people are going to be judging me it's going to make me do a good job.
"I've already had people saying I've only got a job because of who my mum and dad are.
"There is a bit of a stigma around it, about famous people's kids, but it's good for me to try and disprove that."
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