Ryan Lamb's murder changes
Actor James Sutton has revealed his 'Emmerdale' character Ryan Lamb will ''change indefinitely'' after being accused of his father's murder, and will want to kill half-brother Nathan Wylde.
'Emmerdale's Ryan Lamb will "change indefinitely" after being charged with the murder of his father.
James Sutton - who plays the hunky mechanic in the hit ITV1 soap - admits his alter-ego is ready to "bury" his half-brother Nathan Wylde (Lyndon Ogbourne) when he sets Ryan up by placing false evidence at the scene of the crime.
James explained: "He realises that he's been completely set up by Nathan! And there's an awful lot to come with this storyline. It will change Ryan indefinitely, I think.
"I think most people would like Nathan to go down for it, because he's a little scumbag! I'm with the majority. They should send Nathan down and give him the electric chair! I want to be the guy that pulls the trigger and ends Nathan. I want to be the guy that buries Nathan. It would be deserved, I think! I have no doubt that I will have my revenge."
However, the actor - who previously played John Paul McQueen in Channel 4 soap 'Hollyoaks' - would also like his character to get back on good terms with his on-screen half-brother so the pair could become "evil buddies".
He added to DigitalSpy: "Me and Lyndon have actually chatted about this and said how cool it would be if they became buddies again, but kind of like evil buddies - this pair of evil brothers who are hellbent on power and madness and just going around systematically screwing over everyone in the village!"