There was no mistaking Jake Wooden’s youngsters Amber and Buster after they accompanied their lookalike dad to his new play 2.22 – A Ghost Story within the West Finish
Eastenders actor Jake Wooden took his youngsters to see his new play in London and the household resemblance was apparent.
Amber, 16, and Buster, 13, accompanied their dad to a 2:22 – A Ghost Story within the West Finish on the Noel Coward Theatre.
Buster regarded the picture of his father sporting the identical pink hair whereas Amber’s strawberry blonde locks accomplished the household picture.
Amber, carrying a black leather-based jacket and oxblood Doc Martens, proudly linked arms together with her dad, who’s incomes rave opinions for his position within the manufacturing.
Jake, 49, left his position as Max Branning in Eastenders in 2020, and made his West Finish debut reverse singer Lily Allen in 2:22 A Ghost Story earlier this month.
Talking on Good Morning Britain Jake stated: “I began off in doing plenty of theatre, so it is an actual delight for me to be again, most likely 18 years since I have been on the stage,” he defined.
“I might forgotten how a lot I might really benefit from the course of really. A lot of the job of an actor is the rehearsals and exploring the script and characters, and naturally, on a cleaning soap or EastEnders you do not get any time to rehearse.
“I’ve not carried out that for therefore a few years so I am loving this era, we’re nonetheless within the rehearsal room, we open in about two weeks however the entire course of from starting to finish has been superb and yeah, nice forged and Lily Allen for me was actually thrilling.”
Talking about working alongside former pop star Lily, Jake went on to say: “I’m excited for her to do it. She’s doing an incredible job to this point.”
He continued: “Hopefully, if we do it proper will probably be a beautiful spooky evening within the theatre. There are specific issues that occur through the present, I’m not going to provide an excessive amount of away, we’ve had specialists in, magic individuals.”
In fact Jake is not the one EastEnder treading the boards.
Adam Woodyatt, who performed hapless Ian Beale for a 36 years in Walford, is having fun with a 10-month sabbatical from the present as he travels around the UK in his motorhome whereas performing within the play Trying Good Useless.
And in a stunning coincidence Adam ran into his former co-star Jake as he was heading into the theatre in London.
Jake shared the picture on social media, and wrote: “Ran into this legend at Kings Cross this morning @adamwoodyatt Yeah, that’s proper, we’re theatre bods now.”
They each regarded overjoyed at their sudden reunion, and the image delighted EastEnders followers.
“Good picture guys! Small world certainly!…” one fan wrote, whereas one other commented: “Miss you each on EastEnders, not the identical with out both of you!”
Patsy Palmer, who performed Bianca on the present, additionally shared her pleasure at their reunion, and easily wrote: “Good !!!!”, whereas Max Bowden, who performs Ben Mitchell, added: “Sure boys.”