EastEnders star Davood Ghadami shocks fans with jacked up body transformation
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EastEnders star Davood Ghadami has shocked fans with his incredible body transformation since leaving the show.
The 40-year-old actor portrayed Kush Kazemi on the BBC soap between 2014 to 2021, before his character was killed off.
The father-of-two shared videos and pictures of his latest workout routine as he lifted weights, skipped and rode an exercise bike and challenged his followers to do the same.
"If it doesn't challenge you it wont change you..." he captioned the post.
He also shared a detailed breakdown of his workout routine in the video, which includes running, rowing and other cardio equipment.
Ghadami’s fans were clearly impressed with the routine and results, with one commenting: "This man is an actual GOD."
Another said: “Beast mode... such an inspiration".
A third commented: "I wish I had your motivation and drive. Good on you!!"
While someone else added: “Didn’t even recognise you! I thought who’s this?"
And one person penned: “Wish I had your motivation!!! Fair play.”
Other fans were impressed by Ghadami’s stamina, with one fan writing: “Oh my goodness I’m tired just watching this.”
“You are awesome man,” another gushed.
There were also some cheeky comments, with one woman simply writing: “Zaddy.”
Since leaving the soap, Ghadami has used his social media to encourage his fans to embrace the gym and use his fitness regime as inspiration.
In one recent video compilation of his CrossFit workout routine and lifts weights, he said: “There's nothing better for your mind than moving your body. Just keep moving.”
“Beast mode,” reacted one Instagram follower.
“Machine,” someone hailed Ghadami.
“Nailed it bro,” another fan wrote.
Ghadami, who is originally from Harlow in Essex, made his TV debut in Casualty in 2005 before making appearances in The Bill, Doctors, Taggart, Top Boy and Silent Witness to name a few.
He was a regular on EastEnders from 2014 until his character Kush was killed in an April 2021 episode after being pushed in front of an oncoming train by serial killer Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith). He also appeared on Strictly Come Dancing as a contestant in 2017.
Ghadami has since starred in Holby City and Beyond Paradise.