Sean Ward: I won't be a baddie again
'Coronation Street' actor Sean Ward 'doesn't know' what his next role will be but he won't play the villain again
Sean Ward won't play a "bad boy" again.
The 26-year-old actor - who played drug dealer Calum Logan on 'Coronation Street' until he was killed off during the soap's live episode last week - has confessed he's had enough of being a villain.
Despite admitting it's "more fun", he said: "As an actor I'd love to do something completely different. I don't want to do the bad boy again. I don't want to go back to that. I don't know what my next job will be but I'd love to do something completely different."
Callum Logan was buried under the famous cobbles by David (Jack P. Shepherd) and Kylie Platt (Paula Lane) last week after Kylie walked in on him attacking David's sister Sarah-Louise (Tina O'Brien) and him over the head with a wrench.
And although they were responsible for his demise on the popular soap, Sean has admitted it's his co-stars he'll miss the most.
He told ITV's 'Lorraine': "Everyone there, the family, Jack Shepherd. They welcomed me from day one."
Speaking about the reaction he's had from 'Corrie' fans since he was killed off, Sean added: "I think now, for the next few months, I'll be getting, 'I thought you were dead!' But in general I've had great feedback. It was the best time. To get that sort of instant feedback, with Twitter and stuff, it helps a lot."