Sean Ward: End is in sight for Corrie's Callum
'Coronation Street' star Sean Ward admits there is a "lifespan" for his bad boy character Callum Logan and the thinks the "end" is nigh for the Weatherfield terror.
Sean Ward says the "end is in sight" for his 'Coronation Street' character Callum Logan.
The 26-year-old actor admits the bad boy has a natural "lifespan" like all good soap villains but even if his time in Weatherfield is coming to an end his story is set to get "a lot more intense" first.
In an appearance on 'This Morning', Sean said: "I obviously know, as a villain, there's some sort of a lifespan for him. So I know there might be an end in sight for Callum, but either way I think it's going to get a hell of a lot more intense way before that happens."
Callum's departure will be hastened by the return to the 'Corrie' cobbles of Paula Lane - who portrays David's wife Kylie Platt.
Discussing Callum's future, he added: "Paula is coming back - I think she's back on at the beginning of the summer."
Sean was brought in as the drug-dealing biological father to David Platt's adopted son, Max, in October, and has been most recently seen trying to get custody of his son, while also trying to bed David's sister Sarah-Louise Platt, and in a double episode of 'Coronation Street' tonight (13.04.15), viewers will see the two kiss for the first time.
Speaking about the smooch, Sean said: "Sarah Lou matches him in the fact that she's quite feisty and she's on the naughty side herself. But it is just to get back at David as well."