Hollyoaks Kieron Richardson has been playing Ste Hay since 2006, They have had many storylines covering things like drug dealing, domestic abuse, and far-right extremism. And he’s not going anywhere anytime soon. The actor has been pledged his future to the soap, they will be telling The Sun ahead of his upcoming return that he has no plans to ever quit.

Hollyoaks have had to be shut down production amid the coronavirus Pandemic. Viewers will have to wait a little bit longer before Ste returns to our screens. They will be speaking to actor Kieron said: Because of the situation at the moment, I haven’t had an opponent to be sitting down with the bosses to the writers or anybody to ask what Ste’s next chapter.

A brief chat when we will film Hollyoaks Favorite with the costume department, and they will be showed me lots of new tracksuits that they’ve got for Ste, So I’m excited to get the trainers and the tracksuit on again!

Viewers will have the opportunity to see Kieron along with the former Hollyoaks star Jorgie porter on their Screens in this coming weeks, as he hosts Hollyoaks Favorites, which will allow viewers to re-watch some of their favorite episodes of the Channel 4 soap amid the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Sid was been taken in by Leela as his guardians after he pushed his dead to his death from a cliff to save Ste. Kieron, 34, said about his return After a year away Ste is back in a tracksuit and I could not be happier and happier to see what’s to come.


The actor has been landed a role in the stage version of Kay Mellor’s crime drama band of Gold, which will tour the Uk in 2020. He’ll act alongside fellow soap stars Laurie Brett (EastEnders Jane Beale), Gaynor Faye (Emmerdale’s Megan Macey), and Shayne Ward (Coronation Street’s Aidan Connor). The dad of two has been also made clear on his personal Instagram that he’s taking part in the Sleep Walk for Shelter ahead of his departure a 10km night walk through London to support the homeless.