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There’s a legendary Coronation Street star hidden in Love Actually – and they look VERY different

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CORONATION Street's viewers will be surprised to know that Johnny Connor actor Richard Hawley appeared in one of the most renowned Christmas movies of all time.

The actor, who first hit the cobbles back in 2015, landed a part in the romcom film Love Actually. Richard starred alongside Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Bill Nighy, Martine McCutcheon and Keira Knightley in n the iconic Richard Curtis film.

He played deputy prime minister Alex in the 2003 hit film, and appeared in numerous scenes alongside Hugh who portrayed the Prime Minister.

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