Where Corrie's disgraced actor Bruno Langley is now amid career change


Bruno Langley has embarked on a new career in photography and also creates children’s audiobooks since he was sacked from Coronation Street.

The shamed soap star, 37, was given the boot from the soap back in 2017 after he sexually assaulted two women in a Manchester bar.

His character is set to return to the cobbles next week but he will be replaced by actor Gareth Pierce.

All traces of him have now been removed from the Corrie archives, with photos of his character Todd Grimshaw swapped with those of Gareth.

Ahead of Todd’s character returning to the cobbles, bosses of the popular soap have been careful to ensure there are no sightings of former actor Bruno on set by replacing all the old snaps of Todd with images of Gareth.

At his trial, Langley admitted grabbing two women by the crotch as they walked past him in a nightclub while he was partying.


He was spared jail but the judge branded his behaviour “disgraceful” and “degrading” before giving him a 12-month community order.

Now, Bruno’s Twitter account shows he is working as a photographer, and he wrote about his new career path in a rare post in 2019, reports the Mirror.

“I just wanted to reach out and say that yes I am a photographer now, I’m really happy being creative in this way, and I make people really happy with what I do,” he told fans.

He continued: “I have been taking some time out these last two years or so to catch my breath, reassess what is important to me, and to make myself a better person. I understand some people will want to say negative things and that is fine, I can take it.”

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He added: “I have been shown so much support and love by so many people, be it friends, family, or strangers I meet, and I want to thank you from my heart for being so amazing and compassionate towards me.”

Bruno has also created a free audiobook of bedtime stories, which he plugged on social media back in April.

And he auctioned off a shooting script from his 2004 stint on Doctor Who in order to raise money for the NHS.

While his Instagram bio says he is an “actor/singer/songwriter”, he has not referenced any of these exploits in posts.

Since the court case, Langley has attended therapy sessions and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and has publicly apologised for his actions and to the women affected.





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