Ex-Corrie star Bruno Langley’s life after axe – career U-turn and dating ‘married student’

Disgraced actor Bruno Langley played Todd Grimshaw on Coronation Street for 16 years until he was axed from the ITV soap following his convictions for sex assaults

When Bruno Langley was found guilty of heinous sex offenses, his protracted stay on Corrie abruptly came to an end.

The actor, who had portrayed Todd Grimshaw on the Cobbles for 16 years, was fired after pleading guilty to two counts of drunken assault on two women in 2017.

The actor then began a transformational journey, pleading with the public and his victims for forgiveness and promising to give up alcohol.

His life after leaving Coronation Street has been examined by Daily Star.

Before being fired in 2017, Bruno portrayed Todd from 2001 to 2017. (Image: Shared Content Unit)

After Bruno Langley was found guilty in Manchester of sexually abusing two women, Gareth Pierce was cast in the role of Todd.

The actor groped another woman’s “boobs and bum” and grabbed one “by the crotch” while performing, and was given a 12-month community order as punishment.

A 12-week curfew from 7am to 7pm and 40 days of rehabilitative activities were also part of the order. Bruno was also had to join the sex offender registry for the next five years and pay each victim £250.

Langley expressed satisfaction with his latest artistic endeavor and the joy it offers to others (Image: mrbrunolangley/Instagram).

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After quitting the cobbles, Bruno tried to start a pop career, but it is said that his Spotify tunes only brought in 40p.

According to Metro, in July 2021, he had only had 80 monthly plays for his songs, which meant that at the highest rate offered by the streaming service—0.5p—he made 40p.

The Mirror quoted a source as saying, “Bruno had high hopes for his music, but on these numbers he’s not exactly the next Ed Sheeran.”

The celebrity tweeted about the change. (Photo by Mr. Bruno Langley on Instagram)

“Thank you for all your lovely messages regarding my music,” he said on his Instagram page. I’m currently writing some new music, which I hope to share with you shortly.

Additionally, Bruno endorsed Rosie Langley’s rendition of “It Ain’t Me Babe” by Bob Dylan.

He seems to be helping his sister and following his musical dreams despite his history.

A new photographic career has been started by Bruno Langley (Photo: WireImage)

Since leaving Coronation Street, he has moved to photography and now produces children’s audiobooks.

Bruno’s Twitter account indicates that he is employed as a photographer, and in a rare post in 2019 he discussed his new professional path.

“I just wanted to reach out and say that yes, I am a photographer now, I’m really happy being creative in this way, and I make people really happy with what I do,” he told admirers.

2017 saw Bruno’s exit from the program owing to legal problems. (Photo via Getty Images)

Langley expressed satisfaction with his latest artistic endeavor and the joy it offers to others.

He recognized the difficulties he had to overcome and the assistance he had from numerous sources.

“I have taken some time off these last two years or so to catch my breath, reassess what is important to me, and to make myself a better person,” the former actor stated. I am aware that some people may want to criticize me, and that is OK.

Additionally, Bruno produced a free audiobook of children’s tales, which he promoted on social media in April.

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