Emmerdale’s Dominic Brunt reveals a surprising new venture outside of the soap opera
The soap opera actor revealed to his fans on Twitter a project away from the soap opera, going the creepy route of horror movies, more specifically a werewolf movie
Dominic Brunt has announced his new adventure far from the fields of Emmerdale.
The actor first appeared on the hit British soap opera Emmerdale in 1997 as Paddy Kirk, and was nominated for numerous awards such as Best Actor at the 2011 British Soap Awards and even received three nominations for price 2019.
Along with acting, the longtime soap actor, 52, shared on his Twitter his other passion in life and tweeted about his exciting new project.
Dominic is an avid producer and director, working primarily on horror films where he works alongside Joanne Mitchell.
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He began the tweet by addressing his fans by saying, “Honey!!! Anyway, I’m getting out of Twitter jail for following too many people too quickly.”
He continued to promote his brand new project: “Last problem here: – If you follow us @wolfmanorfilm, we’ll follow you back. It’s a werewolf movie!! there’s nothing to love???!!” Thanking his 113.9K Twitter followers for the support.
Dominic’s new project to produce Wolf Manor has already started filming, and the cast includes Bridgerton’s James Fleet and Rupert Procter who starred in the hit 1999 film Notting Hill.
This isn’t the first time Dominic has directed and starred in a horror film. He directed Bait in 2014 and Attack of the Adult Baby in 2017. He even starred in the 2012 zombie movie Before Dawn.
The Wolf Manor release date has yet to be confirmed, but tweets on the page show some exciting updates on the process.
The filmmaker will continue to work on the horror film while still being part of the Emmerdale cast. Emmerdale will continue to air at its usual 7.30pm time every weekday on ITV.
Before Emmerdale, Dominic, from Accrington, Lancs, was a welder and sheet metal worker for six years, paying for his acting studies by fixing cars and working in factories.