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EastEnders’ Nigel Harman’s appearance 17 years after soap exit floors Lose Women fans

The presence of Nigel Harman in today’s Loose Women shocked the audience.

Jane Moore, Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan, and Kelle Bryan starred in the famous ITV show on Monday.

For the first time in almost a year, the panel asked the former EastEnders star to join them in the studio for their newest program.

Nigel talked about his upcoming tour with his stage adaption of The Da Vinci Code.

His role as Dennis Rickman in EastEnders, which he portrayed from 2003 to 2005 and won him an Olivier Award, made him a household name.

Dennis swiftly turned Phil Mitchell against him in his debut episode and went on to become a fan favorite on the soap opera.

In 2003, he received the National Television Awards for a most popular newcomer, and in 2004 and 2005, he won the British and Inside Soap Awards for sexiest males.

His tragic departure from EastEnders came in 2005 when Danny Moon killed him.

Downton Abbey and Hotel Babylon are among the television productions he has appeared in since then.

Social media users gushed on Nigel’s youthful appearance, 17 years after he left EastEnders.

Nick said: “Nigel Harman has not aged a day. I remember the Dennis days so well. That was Eastenders at its best.”

Richard added: “B****y hell ! Nigel hasn’t aged at all.”

Ruth posted, alongside heart emojis: “Nigel Harman”

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The presence of Nigel Harman in today’s Loose Women shocked the audience.

Jane Moore, Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan, and Kelle Bryan starred in the famous ITV show on Monday.

For the first time in almost a year, the panel asked the former EastEnders star to join them in the studio for their newest program.

Nigel talked about his upcoming tour with his stage adaption of The Da Vinci Code.

His role as Dennis Rickman in EastEnders, which he portrayed from 2003 to 2005 and won him an Olivier Award, made him a household name.

Dennis swiftly turned Phil Mitchell against him in his debut episode and went on to become a fan favorite on the soap opera.

In 2003, he received the National Television Awards for a most popular newcomer, and in 2004 and 2005, he won the British and Inside Soap Awards for sexiest males.

His tragic departure from EastEnders came in 2005 when Danny Moon killed him.

Downton Abbey and Hotel Babylon are among the television productions he has appeared in since then.

Social media users gushed on Nigel’s youthful appearance, 17 years after he left EastEnders.

Nick said: “Nigel Harman has not aged a day. I remember the Dennis days so well. That was Eastenders at its best.”

Richard added: “B****y hell ! Nigel hasn’t aged at all.”

Ruth posted, alongside heart emojis: “Nigel Harman”

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The presence of Nigel Harman in today’s Loose Women shocked the audience.

Jane Moore, Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan, and Kelle Bryan starred in the famous ITV show on Monday.

For the first time in almost a year, the panel asked the former EastEnders star to join them in the studio for their newest program.

Nigel talked about his upcoming tour with his stage adaption of The Da Vinci Code.

His role as Dennis Rickman in EastEnders, which he portrayed from 2003 to 2005 and won him an Olivier Award, made him a household name.

Dennis swiftly turned Phil Mitchell against him in his debut episode and went on to become a fan favorite on the soap opera.

In 2003, he received the National Television Awards for a most popular newcomer, and in 2004 and 2005, he won the British and Inside Soap Awards for sexiest males.

His tragic departure from EastEnders came in 2005 when Danny Moon killed him.

Downton Abbey and Hotel Babylon are among the television productions he has appeared in since then.

Social media users gushed on Nigel’s youthful appearance, 17 years after he left EastEnders.

Nick said: “Nigel Harman has not aged a day. I remember the Dennis days so well. That was Eastenders at its best.”

Richard added: “B****y hell ! Nigel hasn’t aged at all.”

Ruth posted, alongside heart emojis: “Nigel Harman”

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