Former EastEnders star Davood Ghadami has hinted at serial killer Gray Atkins facing his comeuppance.
Ghadami exited the BBC One soap earlier this year, when his character Kush was pushed in front of a moving subway train by the vengeful lawyer.
Gray has thus far got away with killing Kush – as well as wife Chantelle and Tina Carter – but Ghadami has hinted to Digital Spy that the smooth-talking attorney will not escape justice.
"[Toby-Alexander Smith] is great though," the actor added. "I worked with him a lot. He's so good. They've managed to shape this character and it'll be interesting to see where it goes. Inevitably, these things come to an end and that's what the audience wants, I think.
"It'll be interesting to see how that happens and how he gets found out, if he gets found out, it'll be interesting to see. "
Ghadami hasn't left the soap world behind, as he's already lined up a new gig in Holby City as Eli Ebrahimi. While he may have left Albert Square, the actor is already thinking about an on-screen reunion with his former co-stars.
"James Bye [aka Martin Fowler] said he wants to appear in the back of a Holby shot, just so he could be in the show with me. I'll have a word before the end of the show," the actor hinted.
The actor makes his first appearance in Holby City next Tuesday (July 27) on BBC One. EastEnders continues on Friday (July 23) at 8.35pm on BBC One.
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