Coronation Street star unrecognisable 12 years after love triangle with Michelle Keegan and Jeremy Kyle appearance | The Sun

FORMER Coronation Street star Craig Gazey was unrecognisable as he appeared on TV this week – 12 years after his time on the Cobbles.

Craig, 41, starred in Coronation Street as Graeme Proctor, making his debut in 2008 as David Platt's former cellmate in prison.

At the time David [Jack P. Shepherd] was in a relationship with Tina McIntyre – played by Michelle Keegan and Graeme instantly made his mark in Weatherfield.

He arrived at David and Tina's in a stolen sports car on the day he was released, and later helped them break into, vandalise and set fire to Gary Windass' home.

But Graeme and David later fell out when he started a relationship with Tina.

They even appeared on a fake episode of The Jeremy Kyle Show about the love triangle.

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This week Craig made an appearance in another ITV drama – The Bay.

Series four of the police drama about family liaison officers sees him pop up as character Ozzie Peel.

As per the previous three seasons, The Bay season four brings the audience a brand new story.

Series four focuses on the death of young mum Beth Metcalf [Victoria Elliot], who appears to have been killed in a targeted attack.

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DS Jenn Townsend [Marsha Thomason] is called to help bereft husband Dean [Joe Armstrong], who is struggling to hold it together with four children to look after.

Meanwhile, back at home, Jenn’s got troubles of her own as, along with Chris, she tries to get to grips with the realities of having a house full of teenagers and a blended family.

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