MODERN Family actor Nolan Gould was spotted partying at an Edinburgh nightclub on Sunday.
Nolan, who played the character of Luke Dunphy on the popular American series for eleven years, was timed to have fun at Subway nightclub in the capital’s Cowgate.
He made a surprise appearance at the late-night venue after posting snaps of climbing Arthur’s Seat to his Instagram earlier today.
In a photo shared by the club’s social media, Nolan was shown with his arm around TikTok star Jared Rowan, known online as Littlest Chicken, and giving the peace sign.
The nightclub posted the photo with the caption, “Even celebrities have heard of the famous subway venoms.
Speaking to Edinburgh Live, Subway chief executive Mark Walker said: ‘Nolan came over last night with a few of his friends.
“He was lovely to our customers and staff, happy to take pictures and stuff. He even treated himself to one of our Viva La 5am fringe hoodies.
“We hope he had a great time tasting our famous venoms.”
The actor, who was known as Dunphy’s dumb younger brother on the show, posted to his 1.6 million followers that he had just climbed Arthur’s Seat and felt “like he looked like the one of those Scottish cows”.
He added: “Additional note: If you have a highland cow, I would love to pet it.”
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Elsewhere, we’ve told how Strictly Come Dancing’s Claudia Winkleman was spotted in Glasgow yesterday as shocked punters watched her film a new TV show at Central Station.
The TV presenter appeared to be in good spirits as she spent the day watching a Channel 4 program due for release next year.
Tentatively titled The Piano, it sees amateur pianists invited to play at railway stations across the UK.
Passersby were impressed by the music on display as one hopeful had a particularly strong reaction after singing Walking in Memphis.
One onlooker said: “It’s not every day you see TV cameras in Glasgow Central,
“I was walking home from work when I spotted Claudia Winkleman.
“People weren’t sure what was going on but we were all impressed once the musicians started playing.
“It was a big surprise.”
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