Emmerdales Jack Downham leaves fans laughing as he shares throwback Noah clip

Emmerdale star Jack Downham has shared a hilarious throwback clip from the show.

The 19-year-old actor portrays Noah Dingle on the ITV soap and he took to Instagram to post an amusing video of himself as a younger actor working on set.

The clip in question begins with The Tings Tings music video for their hit 2008 song That's Not My Name.

It then cuts to a young Noah running towards Charity (Emma Atkins) and Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) while singing the song a cappella in his dressing gown.

The youngster later approaches Cain and teasingly waves a hand in his face, causing him to flinch.

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"That's not my name," Jack captioned the post, which drew a gleeful reaction from his 13,700 Instagram followers.

One commented: "I'm actually crying omg. I cant stop playing this Cain is like 'God help me'."

Another replied: "Funniest thing going."

A third amused follower wrote: "I can't stop laughing."

Another responded: "I will never look at the song the same again, that’s so adorable."

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One concluded: "Love the bit where [you] get Cain."

Noah was born in 2004 and the character was first played by Alfie Mortimer and then Sam Duffy in 2005.

After leaving the soap in 2005 alongside his mother Charity, Noah returned to screens in 2009 and has been portrayed by Jack ever since.

His character is also the half-brother of Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb), Joe Tate (Ned Porteous), Moses Dingle (Arthur Cockroft) and Ryan Stocks (James Moore).

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Noah recently developed feelings for Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham) after being asked to spy on Home Farm by Jamie Tate (Alex Lincoln).

Last month, Jack told Inside Soap: "Noah has a kind heart and often has the right intentions – but I think every Dingle has that ruthless side to them.

"It would be great fun to see the Dingle come out in Noah, and witness him causing a bit of trouble around the village!"

Emmerdale airs weekdays on ITV at 7pm

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