Corrie fan Vic Reeves 'made up' over role in favourite soap
The 58-year-old comedy star is a long-time fan of the ITV soap.
Comic Vic Reeves will be making his life “complete” with a starring role in Coronation Street.
The 58-year-old, famous for his comedy partnership with Bob Mortimer, is a long-time fan of the ITV soap.
According to the Sun, he will appear as a shopkeeper in several episodes.
A source told the newspaper: “Vic’s over the moon. It’s his favourite show and it’s always been his dream to act in it one day.
“He’s made up and can’t wait to get stuck in.”
The Shooting Stars funnyman once said he would like to play the son of newsagent Norris Cole.
“I have watched Corrie since I was little and I have never ever missed an episode. For me it’s the greatest TV,” he previously said.
“I would love to be on Corrie. It would make my life complete.”
Other famous faces to have set foot on the cobbles over the years include actor Sir Ian McKellen and comic Peter Kay.