Neighbours star Mark Little unrecognisable as he now lives on remote Welsh farm
Neighbours icon Mike Little looks completely different from when he played Ramsey Street favourite Joe Mangel in the Aussie soap opera.
The show's famous theme tune featured the lyrics "Everybody needs good neighbours" but Mark now lives in a remote little farmhouse in the Welsh countryside and he couldn't be happier.
Having originally left the cast of Neighbours in 1991, and again in 2005, Mark went on to take over from Chris Evans to co-host The Big Breakfast with Zoe Ball on Channel Four.
He also went on to star in a series of plays, as well as a one man show Defending the Caveman, which won him a Laurence Olivier Award back in 2000.
However, the unrecognisable star now spots a bushy grey beard and lives miles from anyway somewhere south of Lake Vyrnwy in Powys.
The 61-year-old actor previously tweeted, "I have been way out of the loop. And what a loopy loop it is.
"We have moved HQ and have been finessing a magic acre in the wilderness. I have been as busy as a farmer
"We are now Anarchists Of The Forest and proud to be Welsh."
The previously London-based star was then asked by one fan why he had picked that particular destination to settle down.
He replied: "It chose us. We bought before the pandemic and spent six months of lockdown selling up and moving out.
"It has been torrid avoiding Covid and fascism…but we survive…a beautiful spot just south of lake Vyrnwy.
"(The house) was in a state but we are making it pretty…lovely part of the world…far from the madding crowd…nice neighbours…real."
Mark had a taste of reality television recently when he took part in the eleventh series of Dancing on Ice last year.
They become the first couple to leave after the judges choose to save ex-cricketer Ryan Sidebottom and his skating partner Brandee Malto in the skate-off.
Mark is married to Cath Farr, his collaborator having producer his live shows and directed Defneding the Caveman.
The couple are parents to two sons, stand-up comedian Angus H Little and musician Jasper Valentine.
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