I was an Emmerdale superstar – now you hear my voice all the time but would never know it's me | The Sun

ACTOR Anthony Lewis was last seen on our screens in Emmerdale 16 years ago.

The 40-year-old played the youngster between 1999 and 2002, and again for a brief stint in 2007.

Emmerdale fans will know Anthony as Marc Reynolds – but these days he's more familiar for his voice.

The star one of the most in-demand voice actors at the moment.

He is one of the voices of the BBC thanks to his TV continuity announcements.

Anthony's voice regularly appears on BBC One and Two.

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The soap star has been on our screens since 1993.

Anthony played Sean and Angie Reynolds' son Marc in Emmerdale.

His alter-ego dated Donna Windsor and later moved on with Eve Birch.

One of his big storylines involved Marc running over his headteacher Jean Strickland after a boozy night out – he was sent to prison.

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Anthony has played roles in the likes of Heartbeat, A Touch of Frost and Cracker.

He starred in Emmerdale for three years before quitting.

Anthony then starred in programmes such as Holby City, Girls in Love, Hollyoaks, Boy A, Torchwood and Casualty.

He likes to keep fans up to date with what he gets up to on Instagram.

His bio states: "Actor, Daddy & VO guy. Built in Leeds. @tcgartistmanagement @londonvoiceboutique.

"Better, Torchwood, The Syndicate, Boy A, Emmerdale, The Full Monty."

His brother is Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis, the actor who played Neville Longbottom in the film.

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