EX-EASTENDERS star Alex Ferns looks unrecognisable from his Trevor Morgan days in Disney+ series Andor.
The 53-year-old actor, who is best known for playing villain Trevor in the BBC soap from 2000 para 2002, portrays Sergeant Linus Mosk.
Trevor was the estranged husband of Little Mo and their domestic violence storyline had viewers gripped.
But now he’s taking on an exciting new role far way from London’s East End.
Andor – which has also been marketed as Star Wars: Andor – is a US-based sci-fi series created for streaming giant Disney+.
It’s a part of the iconic Star Wars franchise, filmed as a prequel to its 2016 filme, Rogue One.
It’ll follow the story of Cassian Andor in the five years prior to the events of the film.
Alex’s role is Sergeant Linus Mosk, who is a A Pre-Mor officer.
Den of Geek has broken down what we can expect from his character: “Sgt. Mosk makes the mistake of encouraging Syril Karn’s quest to find Cassian.
“By the end of episode 3, both of these Starship Troopers impersonators have egg all over their faces.”
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Since leaving EastEnders, Alex has appeared in a number of popular shows including River City, Wallander, Chernobyl and the TV film Danny Boy.
He has also made the move onto the big screen and shocked EastEnders fans last year when he appeared in The Batman alongside Robert Pattinson as Commissioner Pete Savage.
He has also starred in Wrath of Man and has a role in the upcoming Godzilla vs Kong sequel.
Andor is available on Disney+