EastEnders star Davood Ghadami wows fans with rippling muscles in topless Instagram snap


EASTENDERS star Davood Ghadami has wowed fans after sharing snaps from a topless gym workout.

The 37-year-old actor showed off his rippling abs while working up a sweat during a CrossFit session.

Davood displayed his muscular physique while holding himself up on a bar.

Posting the snap on Instagram, he wrote: “When training pays off ūüí™ Muscle up time!!!!¬† #CrossFit @crossfit.424¬† #muscleup.”

The soap star’s fans flocked to comment with one writing: “Fancy the pants off this guy.”

Another added, “WOW,” while a third follower wrote, “Ah body goals, look at those abs!”

Davood has been using his time in lockdown to work on his fitness regimen and focusing on CrossFit workouts.

After gyms reopened at the weekend, the Strictly Come Dancing star shared a triumphant video of him doing pull-ups at his local.

He wrote: “Great to get back at it today and at a brand new #CrossFit facility!!! The best people. Ever. #CrossFit¬† #CrossFit424 #gymsreopen.”

The actor is also a fan of exercising in his garden, with his wife Isobel and their two daughters cheering him on.

Davood shot to fame when he landed the role of Kush Kazemi in EastEnders back in 2014 and competed in the 2017 series of Strictly Come Dancing.

The actor is now back to filming for EastEnders after production halted over the pandemic, with episodes resuming in September.

Discussing his return to Albert Square, Davood told Digital Spy: “On a personal level, I’m really looking forward to getting back around my friends and colleagues.”

He added: “And also being able to see where the storylines go from here, how the people of Walford live in the new world, and how the storylines pick up from where we left off.

“It’s all a very intriguing time, almost to reset what Walford is and how the characters interact and relate.

“I get to sit in my dressing room opposite James Bye’s dressing room, with our doors open ‚Äď more than two metres apart of course ‚Äď and just have a chat, so getting back to some kind of normal and extracurricular interactions will be great.”


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