Brian Conley reveals that a pandemic induced career hiatus meant he cried when he landed Eastenders role.
Fans of EastEnders' Natalie Cassidy could be 'appalled' with her new role in comedy Mandy, says creator Diane Morgan.
Dominic Treadwell-Collins, who used to run 'EastEnders', has blamed scheduling shifts caused by sport for the soap's ratings woes.
The EastEnders favourite welcomed the little bundle of joy with her fiancé Marc Humphreys over the bank holiday weekend. Natalie and Marc got engaged in October last year and the TV star - who plays Sonia Fowler in the BBC One show - revealed she was expecting her second child in February. Natalie’s ex Adam was charged with assaulting her and though she got back with him for the sake of their little girl, it didn’t work out.
Martin Fowler may have only JUST got married to Stacey but, as we know, there aren’t generally too many happy endings in Walford.
Happy times for EastEnders star and full-time icon Natalie Cassidy today, after the star revealed to fans on Twitter that she’s expecting her second child.
Massive congratulations are in order for EastEnders’ actress Natalie Cassidy, with it being announced that her camerman boyf, Marc Humphreys, has only gone and popped the question.
If, like us, you’re a fan of watching other people watch TV (á la Gogglebox) AND you’re partial to all the drama that can be found on Albert Square, then we’ve got some very good news to brighten up your day. Because, ladies and gents, boys and girls, EastEnders spin-off Back To Ours is BACK for two special episodes featuring some very special guests. For the first episode, Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren), Jake Wood (Max), and Lorna Fitzgerald (Abi) will cosy up on their on-screen sofas to watch some of their most memorable Albert Square moments.