Former EastEnders hunk Nigel Harman has gone through something of a makeover more than a decade after he quit Albert Square.
The 44-year-old actor famously played soap hunk Dennis Rickman between 2003 and 2005.
During his time on the square, Den was known for being a loveable bad boy with short cropped hair and a steely gaze.
But now Nigel looks like he could be gearing up to play a character in Hair the musical instead – as he has been hitting red carpets sporting impressive, long locks.
The actor – who has been enjoying continued success on the theatre circuit in recent years – was one of the stars to drop by Agatha Christie’s play Witness for the Prosecution on Wednesday night.
Attending the performance at London County Hall in a leather jacket, denim shirt and beige trousers, onlookers were immediately attracted to Nigel’s long hair.
His peppery grey-black locks tumbled down around his shoulders as he posed for the cameras before enjoying the show.
Nigel is something of a theatre land sensation – having walked the boards in a range of stage shows including Guys and Dolls, Shrek the Musical and the critically acclaimed play, Public Property.
He has been making a name for himself as a theatre director too, having helmed the 2017 stage production of Big Fish, starring Kelsey Grammer.
And as well as appearing on EastEnders, he also won praise for TV roles in Downton Abbey and Mount Pleasant.
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