Shamed ex- Coronation Street star Bruno Langley is now working behind the camera as a portrait photographer.
The former actor, who played Todd Grimshaw in the ITV soap, was canned after he was convicted of two sex assaults.
Now, instead of earning six figures on the Street, he works at a studio charging £65 for a four-hour shoot.
Friends said he hoped to get into writing after he lost his TV role and Langley, 36, describes himself online as “actor/singer/songwriter.”
But he was snapped this week running errands near the studio in Leeds, which is just around the corner from a Screwfix tool warehouse and a branch of Asda.
Langley, who has a 12-year-old son by an ex-partner, was also seen this week with a mystery woman. And he recently updated his Instagram page with a snap taken on a beach in Scarborough.
He played Todd – Corrie’s first openly gay character – for 16 years before he was axed in 2017. 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.
In an exclusive interview with the Sunday Mirror after his court shame, Bruno claimed he had been battling demons. He said: “I’ve been living way too fast for too long… My drinking had escalated. The wheels fell off. I wasn’t particularly happy.
“I’ve started going to see a counsellor and have been attending AA meetings and that’s helped.
“I have no excuse, no one forced me to drink to such an extreme, but it is hard to explain why I would do anything as dreadful as that.”
He added tearfully: “It must have been awful for those women, and I am ashamed of myself. I’m truly sorry. I sincerely apologise to the women, from the bottom of my heart. I promise I will never do anything like that again.”
Since the court case, Langley has attended therapy sessions and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
Langley did not want to comment.
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