Former EastEnders star Luisa Bradshaw-White has revealed she has a totally new career after quitting the soap.
The actress, who played Tina Carter for eight years on the BBC soap, has swapped acting for dancing.
She has left Walford to teach students in ‘sober rave’ classes.
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The 46-year-old has opened Ecstatic dance classes in the village of Chorleywood in Hertfordshire.
The ‘sober rave’ classes don’t follow specific steps and allow people to move freely to the music, allegedly leading to a feeling of ecstasy.
Luisa told HertsLive : “Everybody drinks the cacao (tree that produces cocoa beans) so there’s a little bit of a ceremony and then people just start dancing and I DJ the music to start really, really chilled and then the beat picks up and the cacao really opens your heart.
“The cacao and the music together is such an awesome combination.”
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Luisa announced that she was leaving the soap to try her hand at other projects back in October.
She broke the news to fans on social media, saying: “Finally the time has come to say goodbye to my EastEnders family.
“I am leaving EE at the end of the year!11 Feb 2021”
TV Viewers may also recognise Luisa from roles in Grange Hill, The Bill and Birds of a Feather.
She also appeared in Holby City playing midwife Lisa Fox and later appeared in Doctors.Internet Explorer Channel Network