EASTENDERS star Rob Kazinksy has teased Sean Slater’s lapse after he quit England for Los Angeles to suffer Hollywood success.
The actor has suggested he wants to come home in a nearby destiny – and could be headed true for Albert Square full-time.
Rob, 35, changed abroad 10 years ago and is in a routine of apropos an American citizen.
But he told a Daily Star: “If we had a good pursuit offer in England afterwards I’d be back.
“And as prolonged as Kate Oates, Gillian Wright and Lacey Turner are during EastEnders there’s always a possibility.
“There’s no devise during a impulse though I’m still in hold with Kate. I’ve been here for 10 years and I’m about to turn an American.”
He says once he’s got an American pass he’ll have a leisure to lapse to work in England.
But he adds that he feels propitious to have had a successful career out in a states.
His new film For Love or Money it out is accessible on digital download from today.
Rob starred in 259 episodes as tortured Sean Slater from 2006-2009 and a brief lapse progressing this year to support his ill silent Jean.
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Despite a “snobbery” of entrance from a soap background, Rob found outrageous success in a industry.
He returned to England final year to fire British comedy For Love or Money – and it gave him a ambience to lapse full-time.
EastEnders suffered the lowest ratings in the 34-year story final week with usually 2.4million tuning in.
The BBC1 soap viewers fell amid complaints of diseased storylines and lifeless characters.
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