EastEnders’ Nick Berry stuns fans with unrecognisable appearance during visit to tip (Image: UniquePictures.co.uk, BBC)
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Former EastEnders actor Nick Berry stunned with his unrecognisable appearance as he stepped out with a huge beard this week.
The 57-year-old, who played Simon Wicks on the BBC One soap back in the 80s, made a visit to his local tip in Essex and revealed the new facial hair he has grown during the coronavirus lockdown.
Nick looked extremely different to the character he played on-screen years ago.
The dashing silver fox looked happy and healthy as he stepped out in a huge coat and hoodie, which he paired with jeans to beat the winter chill.
The star was joined by his wife Rachel Robertson on the trip, and they were seen dropping off some home items after having a huge clearout.
Ex EastEnders star Nick Berry looked very different on the trip
He looked happy and healthy
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Dad-of-two Nick is best known for starring on the soap from 1985 to 1990.
After leaving his role on EastEnders, Nick went on to play a role in ITV's police drama Heartbeat as Nick Rowan for six years.
Following his stint on Heartbeat, Nick returned to the BBC as he landed a role in Harbour Lights.
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Nick was seen clearing out his car
Nick starred in EastEnders back in the 80s
However Nick gave up on his acting career aged 39 as he wanted to be a stay-at-home dad.
He previously told MailOnline: "I chose to be a stay-at-home dad and have loved it.
"I always said that when the boys were teenagers I could go back, but the longer you don't do something the harder it is to do it, and I haven't really missed it.
"While I'd never say never, I'm genuinely happy as I am."
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