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Emmerdale’s Mark Jordon appears with NO hair – and shocked fans say he looks years younger… – The Sun

FORMER Emmerdale star Mark Jordon shocked followers when he appeared totally bald – without any of his trademark curls.
But the 56-year-old actor, who was Daz Spencer on the soap as well as PC Phil Bellamy in Heartbeat, won praise for the new look.
He shared a picture online writing: "Step too far!"
Fans disagreed, writing: "You look way younger now" and "I think you suit it."
Another told him: "Wow how much younger do you look, it really suits you 😍😍."
Mark has a son called Jesse with his partner and Emmerdale star Laura Norton. He also has a 21-year-old daughter called Poppy from a previous relationship.
Laura, 38, has played Kerry Wyatt in Emmerdale since 2012, while Mark starred as Daz from 2014 until 2019.
She revealed they had welcomed their first child together, earlier this year, writing on Instagram: "So, on Friday Jan 29th at 1.30am we managed to bring this little champ into the world.
"It was the most incredible, surreal experience I have ever had and probably ever will and my tiny mind is blown.
"He is perfect and we’re all so happy to welcome him to the fam. Jesse Jordon we’re all head over heels IN LOVE with you 🤍."
Mark added in his own post that their child had weighed 8oz 10lbs, writing: "Welcome to the world Jesse Jordon 👼🏻🌈💙."
The pair, who revealed they were engaged on New Year's Day in 2019, announced they were expecting their first baby in August last year.
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