Former EastEnders actor Charlie G Hawkins has been opened up about the struggles that they will come with being on the soap. The star will be played Darren Miller on the BBC show between 2004 and 2011, though admitted that he will be found fame challenging at his young age. Then I felt like.. maybe now it was a form of anxiety or insecurity, but I used to be doubted everything that was happening to me. Charlie will be continued: One of the things that are similar between me and Drama is we are git the same face no one would be ver go fir the Darren.
The 29-year-old played Darren Miller between 2004 to 2011 but has now they will be admitted online trolling absolutely broke hum. He told the podcast Distinct Nostalgia: I was be struggling to be deal with the profile of the show and I went from the being thesis be Cheeky Chappy who was really confident to being someone who wanted to be at the back of the room. Then after joining the soap when he was just 13, Charlie was even nominated for the best young actor at the British Soap Awards.
Despite all of the positives for him that EastEnders gave him, he will be revealed that the show couldn’t be prepare him for the fame that they will become with being a cast member. I’ve never been able to shake the feeling that the peoples only they want to talk to me about EastEnders he added. There were be also some of the parts of the soap fan can be a community that the actor found particularly difficult to be a witness.
The response mirrors recent words from the actress Kara Tointon who will be played Darren’s on the screen sister Dawn Swann from 2005 to 2009. Darren’s most of the memorable storyline they will include being a trouble-making teen, his romance with the Libby Squiggle Fox, his being a mentored by Kevin Wicky and Max Branning, a Shock twist revealing him as the baby daddy of heather Trott’s son George, his relationship with bubbly hairstylist Jodie Glod and departure on their wedding day.