Traitors star Harry Clark fast-tracked out of the army to pursue TV career

The Traitors winner Harry Clark is pursuing a full-time TV career credit:Bang Showbiz
The Traitors winner Harry Clark is pursuing a full-time TV career credit:Bang Showbiz

Harry Clark has left the army to pursue full-time TV work.

The 23-year-old former engineer is looking to carve out a career in television after winning the latest series of 'The Traitors' and now an insider has claimed that he has been fast-tracked out of his top job so that he can focus on stardom.

A source told The Sun newspaper's TVBiz column: "After serving his country for six years there’s no questioning Harry’s commitment to the Army, but as he chases a media career they also know he is great PR for the services.

“He’s never hidden the fact that he used his military training to help him win on 'The Traitors' and, somehow, managed to outfox everybody while still keeping their affection and respect.

“Harry isn’t rushing into signing up for any shows that are likely to make the Army wonder why he gave up a good job.”

The TV star signed with a top television agent and revealed how Sky Sports football pundit and ex-England defender Gary, 48, advised him that he would just need a good lawyer to succeed.

Gary Neville stayed true to his word to provide me with amazing legal advice.

He said: “I met over 15 agencies and feel InterTalent are perfectly placed to guide me. Things are looking exciting already"

Harry - who won £95,000 after conning his fellow contestants into believing he was a Faithful on the hit BBC reality show when in fact he had been a Traitor the whole time - has now joined a client roster at Inter Talent that includes the likes of 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge Shirley Ballas, former 'EastEnders' star Ross Kemp and footballer Vinnie Jones.

Prior to that, it was reported that the reality star was in talks to compete in this year's edition 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!'