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Matty Healy's bro Louis is joining the cast of Emmerdale

He'll debut in September.
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Published: 11:03 am, September 04, 2019
Matty Healy's bro Louis is joining the cast of Emmerdale

Matty Healy's brother Louis is joining the cast of Emmerdale.

The 18-year-old will make his debut as 'Danny' on 16th September, with Hello magazine suggesting his character could be out to cause mischief, asking "is he the wholesome boy he initially appears to be?" Oo-er.

The pair's mum, Denise Welch appeared on Corrie as Natalie Barnes between 1997 and 2000, while their dad Tim played Sean Tully's dad Brian on the same soap in 2006.

The 1975 meanwhile are obvs gearing up to release the second part of their Music For Cars album duo, with 'Notes on a Conditional Form' due early next year.

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