EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt raked in £1.2m in one year – despite ex wife struggling for cash

Adam Woodyatt raked in around £1.2million in lockdown – and his estranged wife owes his company £195,447.

He runs a firm offering representative services to other stars called XL Management Ltdd and figures for 2020 show the outfit paid £245,774 in Corporation Tax last year – based on a fifth of its taxable income.

It also paid £182,486 in Corporation Tax in 2019 meaning the firm has turned over around £2.1m in the last two years.

Adam and Beverley are both directors of XL but the Ian Beale star – who has just signed a six figure I’m a Celebrity deal –  is the majority shareholder and in overall control.

Annual accounts sent to Companies House this month show that Beverley has been lent almost £200,000 by the firm over the last two years but has paid back just £6,000.

The Sun revealed this week how wife Bev hopes he will use his time in the I’m A Celeb castle to reflect on how he treated her.

She is furious over his money-spinning move while she relies on food handouts.

A pal of Bev said: “She has really struggled financially and relied on food donations on occasion recently from family and friends.”

They added: “I think it’s inevitable he’ll end up getting picked for lots of trials and I wouldn’t blame Bev if she had his number on speed dial after all the pain and upset he’s put her through.

“She is quite likely to be one of those voting for him, and I don’t think she will be alone in that.

“But on a serious note, I hope his time in the castle will give him time to reflect on how he’s treated Bev.

“She had been at his side and supporting him for so long before he walked out.

“You can tell that Adam likes his gourmet food just by looking at his Instagram. So I don’t know how he’ll get on eating rice and beans.”

The couple tied the knot in a private ceremony in Disney World, Florida, in April 1998. But he quit the marriage in August 2020.

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