Adam Thomas, a former Emmerdale actor, has secured himself a management role at Kamani Property Group, part of the Boohoo fashion empire.
Thomas, who announced he was quitting Emmerdale last summer, is now working as property executive in the residential property company in Manchester.
Thomas will be helping Kamani run his property empire in between acting jobs.
He has been hired by entrepreneur Adam Kamani who, as well as owning an extensive portfolio of commercial and residential properties in Manchester, founded the fashion labels Boohoo and Pretty Little Thing.
The father-of-two, who shared his new business card on social media, will be responsible for sourcing new potential acquisitions and assisting with the management of the residential and commercial sides of the company’s portfolio.
He will also regularly meet with contractors, potential tenants and suppliers, as well as appearing in the occasional promotional video.
The 30-year old appeared in 800 episodes of Emmerdale after joining in 2009 and has previously participated in I’m a Celebrity.
“I am working in the property industry in between jobs because as a jobbing actor you can be out of work, that’s just the nature of the business but I haven’t nor will I ever turn my back on acting,” he told fans on Instagram.
“But I have a family to support and will carry on doing so whether it be acting or otherwise.”
Thomas will be appearing on stage in Liverpool next month in a panto called Nativity! The Musical.
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