Cleveland Campbell, 44, moved on from acting in Emmerdale to being the Creative Director of BoohooMAN
Image: Yorkshire Television)
Emmerdale star Cleveland Campbell looks totally unrecognisable 14 years after leaving the ITV soap drama.
The 44-year-old also moved on to a whole new career after playing Danny Daggert from 2001 to 2007.
Cleveland now works for the retail giant, BoohooMAN, as the Creative Director after joining the company in 2016.
His Linkedin page says: “I specialise in developing businesses via PPC, SEO and Social Media.
“I have won the top Business Development Manager of the year award six years consecutively, I am extremely motivated and work well under pressure, I pride myself on being proactive and always look at different ways to generate business.”
His Instagram is filled with aesthetic posts of endless fashionable outfits and photoshoots.
The former soap actor now sports longer hair and even got a beard and nose ring.
When Cleveland was still acting in Emmerdale, he starred in almost 500 episodes.
Outside of Emmerdale, he had roles in The Bill and Sunshine with Steve Coogan. He also appeared in pantomime at the Tameside Hippodrome.
Before he began acting on screens, he complete a performing arts course at Hopwood Hall College.
As a man of many talents, he also started a course in Hairdressing at the same college in Rochdale.
During his time in the spotlight, he dated actress Gemma Atkinson.
It is not known if Cleveland is currently dating anyone, but ex Gemma is engaged to Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Gorka Marquez.
The two welcomed a baby girl, Mia, in 2019.
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When he left Emmerdale in 2007, a spokesperson released a statement,
They said: “Cleveland will leave in a dramatic storyline this summer but we don’t want to spoil his exit story for viewers. Cleveland has been an asset to the show and will be greatly missed by everyone at Emmerdale.
“Cleveland’s decision to leave the show had absolutely nothing to do with the recent GBH allegations against him. It’s been planned for him to leave for some time.”
Of his exit, Cleveland said: “I’ve had a fantastic five years on Emmerdale and made a lot of very good friends but I’m looking forward to pursuing other projects.”
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