Coronation Street's Todd Boyce stuns fans with striking transformation after Stephen Reid's exit as they gasp 'no way!' | The Sun

CORONATION Street star Todd Boyce looks unrecognisable with his striking new look after getting killed off in ITV soap.

The shady businessman Stephen Reid was brutally killed off in Coronation Street last month after his lies and murders came to light.

Stephen was on the run from the police, his family and neighbours after they found out he murdered three people.

The villain's reign of terror finally came to an end when Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) ran over him in his taxi.

The ambulance team then carried Stephen's dead body away in a body bag.

After leaving the cobbles, the actor has taken to social media to update fans about his upcoming acting roles.

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In his latest Instagram post, Todd looked worlds away from his Corrie character.

He posed for the camera and showed off his lush long locks and his growing facial hair.

He captioned the post: “Monsters wear many faces'. Alan Wake 2 – long-awaited sequel is out now – The GAME is a psychological horror story filled with intense suspense & unexpected twists.”

Fans rushed to the comments section to share their shock over Todd's transformation.

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One said: “I love the new look Todd and I didn’t recognise you. Looking handsome.”

Another wrote: "Dang that doesn't look like you!!”

A third penned: "No way! That’s different from Stephen!”

After his jaw-dropping exit from Corrie, Todd told the Manchester Evening News: "It's sad on the one hand but it's also gratifying and there is, that overused word, closure. It's an arc of almost 28 years. I started in my thirties and I'm now in my early sixties.

"And I've had three goes and the final go was just a gift from heaven and God. I couldn't have wished for anything more exciting than to be given Stephen and to be given such good writing… There are so many funny things about Stephen.”

He added: “I certainly wasn't going for any humour but it was just total and complete belief in the circumstances that were provided for me by the writers. It's been a joy.

"Sad on the one hand but gratification to have been given something to work on and to achieve."

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX.

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