Coronation Street (opens in new tab) imposter Andy Carver is set to fall foul of bad boy Callum Logan.
Andy (Oliver Farnworth) has been posing as Michael Rodwell’s son Gavin and when David Platt finds out his secret he uses it to his advantage. He blackmails Andy and tells him he will expose his secret if he doesn’t help him in his ongoing feud against Callum (Sean Ward).
But when Andy goes to plant drugs in Callum’s car for David he gets caught – and Callum will not let him off lightly.
Corrie’s Callum attacks Andy (Rex)
Sean, who plays bad boy Callum, has admitted he is loving his onscreen rivalry with David Platt (Jack P Shepherd).
Speaking at the Tric Awards, where he helped collect the award for Best Soap on behalf of Coronation Street, he said: “I am living the dream playing the bad boy role.
“I think everyone loves a bit of a bad boy in this country. And especially the fact that I’m David Platt’s arch-enemy, it’s great to play that role.”
Corrie’s Sean Ward with co-stars Colson Smith and Sam Aston at the Tric Awards (Doug Peters/Empics)
The actor revealed that viewers will see there is more to Callum as he grows closer to his son Max.
He said: “There’s going to be another side to Callum that will come out through a storyline with Max. But I think hopefully he’s still in charge of his own chess game and a law unto himself, hopefully we’ll keep that element.”
And while they feud over Kylie and Max on-screen, off-screen Sean revealed he and fellow actor Jack get on great.
“I love him to bits. He’s a very professional actor, who’s been in that massive show for so long. He’s looked after me a lot.”
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