Stephen Graham takes part in Covhead challenge during coronavirus lockdown

Line Of Duty actor Stephen Graham has decided to give himself a new look during the coronavirus lockdown.

The 46-year-old star decided get rid of his chestnut tresses and let his son Alfie loose with the clippers to shave off his hair.

A number of men have been shaving their heads during the COVID-19 isolation period as part of a viral trend named the Covhead to raise funds for the NHS during the coronavirus outbreak.

Stephen uploaded footage of his hair cut on Twitter, which showed him sat in the kitchen as his son used the electric shaver to chop his barnet.

The pair laughed as Stephen filmed himself on his phone and saw his look transform dramatically before his eyes.

He penned next to the post on the micro-blogging site: "Lockdown locks!!!!"

Stephen exclaimed in the clip: "You are doing it lad!"

He then urged his son to make sure there were "no patches" as he grimaced.

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A number of his Twitter followers loved the look and gushed that he looked like his This Is England character Combo, with one fan asking: "Does this mean we are having another 'this is England'".

Last year Stephen shared that his dyslexia is so bad that he has to let his wife choose his TV roles.

Stephen told that he asks his actress wife Hannah Walters to read scripts for him and let him know whether or not he should take a part.

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The actor has been open about his struggle with the learning difficulty and said he relies on help from his other half.

Discussing his rehearsal process during the BAFTA Sessions on performance with fellow nominees for the British Academy Television Awards, Graham referred to his experiences with Shane Meadows, with whom he worked on the This Is England series.

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He said: "With Shane you spend a lot of time getting into the character and you spend the majority of time doing that and then when you're in the room it's whatever happens.

"With the script it's knowing it, knowing it, knowing it and then throwing it away."

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He added: "I'm dyslexic so I struggle. My missus actually reads the script and says whether or not I'm doing it. She's made some good choices.

"I have to read it and read it and read it, then make it look like it's the first time I'm saying it."

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