Richard Fleeshman, who left Coronation Street 15 years ago, is unrecognizable.
Richard Fleeshman, a former Coronation Street star, has come a long way from his goth days in Weatherfield.
Richard has lost his eyeliner in favor of a tanned muscly frame since leaving the ITV soap 15 years ago.
According to Mirror Online, former serial star Richard, 32, played Helen Flanagan’s on-screen partner and joined the cast of the cobbles in 2002.
Richard initially appeared on televisions throughout the UK as Rosie Webster’s troubled yet loveable lover when he was barely 12-years-old.
Richard went on to chase larger and better jobs after his character caused mayhem on the soap for nearly four years.
Following his departure from Corrie, Richard pursued his dream of becoming a West-End star.
Richard’s acting abilities were demonstrated when he landed a coveted supporting position in Legally Blonde and a major part in Ghost: The Musical and Urinetown.
Although he is most recognized for his role as Craig Harris, Richard has also dabbled in music and has proven that he is equally gifted in both acting and singing.
When he was just 13 years old, Richard became the youngest person ever to win the Stars In Their Eyes celebrity special.
Following his Corrie and West End debuts, the actor took a sabbatical from acting to focus entirely on his passion for music, which led him to tour with Sir Elton John in 2008.
Following the tour’s amazing success, Elton gladly requested Richard to join him on stage again — not once, but twice.
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Richard may be found working out and defining his gym-honed physique these days when he isn’t composing music or learning lines for his new acting role.
The actor frequently updates his fitness progress on Instagram, much to the joy of his adoring followers.
Richard has ditched the goth locks for a stylish curly hairstyle, while his bulging muscles, Hollywood smile, and his devilishly handsome good looks have amassed thousands of followers to his Instagram account.
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