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on parr Emmerdale’s Mike Parr looks unrecognizable four years after leaving the soap opera

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EMMERDALE icon Mike Parr has looked very different since he left the soap in 2018.

The 35-year-old actor, who played Ross Barton on the ITV soap, posed for a dramatic topless selfie, staring intently at the camera and comparing himself to boxer Paul Sykes.

Mike captioned the Instagram post: “Paul Sykes vibes.”

His followers were shocked by his transformation and it’s not clear if he used an app to change his facial features or if he’s wearing makeup for a role, but many admitted they “still would.” “.

“Still looks hot 🔥,” wrote one fan.

The Barton family was one of Emmerdale’s most popular families with fans, but years of dramatic storylines have decimated them, leaving only matriarch Moira and her sons Isaac and Matty.

Ross Barton started life on Emmerdale as a villain – but quickly became a fan favorite and has largely been redeemed.

Mike revealed how he originally wanted to leave Emmerdale a year before him but was convinced to stay by the acid attack conspiracy.

The controversial storyline saw him fall in love with recently brain-injured multimillionaire Rebecca White after her family was killed in a car accident by her serial killer nephew Lachlan White.

After quitting, Mike used his dual citizenship to move to America to crack Hollywood.

He has worked on the short film The Eighty Fourth, the drama Bulletproof, Mister Mayfair and Our Home.

He recently joked that he was considering becoming a porn star after being offered a lucrative contract by an adult entertainment company.

Mike recently lost a role in a drama to his former onscreen brother, Anthony Quinlan.

He and Anthony, 37, played bickering brothers Ross and Pete Barton but have remained best friends off-screen since leaving the hit ITV soap.

When Mike told Anthony he had auditioned for BBC drama London Kills, Anthony decided to try his luck and chose the same role.

And sadly, it was for Mike Anthony who signed on for the role.

Anthony said: “I’ve just done a little job in London for the BBC and Acorn TV called London Kills.

While Mike quickly jumped in, saying, “I auditioned for it too but didn’t get it. And yes, it was for the same part. I actually told him about the audition.”

Anthony added: “That’s the thing, we’re competing over a couple of things. But I’d rather he get it than someone else.

“We always give each other a little leg up when we audition for something. And like I said, I’d rather he get it than anyone else.”

Mike said, “It’s easy for you to say! You have the role.”

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