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Corrie: Mikey North says he has signed a new contract

Gary Windass (played by Mikey North) is in prison in Coronation Street after taking the fall for Adam Barlow’s (Sam Robertson) attack to keep the real culprit Faye Windass (Ellie Leach) safe. After finding Gary in possession of the murder weapon, the case against the dodgy dealer looks watertight, however, on This Morning the actor teased he’s not leaving the cobbles anytime soon. 

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Discussing the storyline with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, Mikey teased what the future holds for Gary.

Phillip asked: “We know our soaps very well, you’re in prison, this opens up a whole new set of different streets. 

"Is he safe as a character? Are you safe as an actor?

“I hope so,” Mickey replied. “In this climate definitely.

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“But I’ve just signed a new contract not so long back so I’m there for the next while.

“I'm loving the stuff that they’ve given me. I've had a great couple of years.

“I really can’t complain with the storylines that I’ve had so I’m hoping it will continue wherever and whenever that may be.”

Faye attacked Adam thinking he was Ray Crosby (Mark Frost) as revenge for the businessman taking advantage of her. 

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