Davood Ghadami can't wait for CrossFit facility to reopen as he films final EastEnders scenes

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 10 March 2021
Davood Ghadami

Davood Ghadami

'EastEnders' actor Davood Ghadami is to bow out of Walford in the coming weeks after filming his final scenes on the BBC One soap, and now he cannot wait for his CrossFit facility to reopen after he opened it in July last year and had to close due to the coronavirus pandemic

Davood Ghadami can't wait for his CrossFit facility to reopen after he filmed his final scenes on 'EastEnders'.

The 38-year-old actor is to bow out of the BBC One soap as Kush Kazemi in the coming weeks, but he already has another venture ready to go after opening CrossFit 424 in July, but sadly the facility has been closed for longer than it's been open due to the coronavirus pandemic.

He wrote on Instagram: "Announcement!!

So Ive been a busy boy... CrossFit has been a big part of my life for a number of years now and Ive wanted my own gym for years. So I partnered with the best man for the job @rolldeepregular and we finally opened our own CrossFit facility back in July! We wanted the best. The best equipment, location, coaches and programming. And I think we have it all. Despite the fact we have been forced into closure longer than we've been open we are proud of what we've achieved. We already have the BEST community and cannot wait to reopen better than ever. Taking care of our health is a huge part of the solution to the problems we are faced with and I have personally benefitted greatly from @crossfit and seen so many others improve in every possible way. Lets come out of this torrid time with the aim to be fitter, stronger, better than before. 3,2,1 GO! (sic)"

Earlier this week, Davood admitted it was "tough" not being able to embrace his 'EastEnders' co-stars after six-and-a-half years on the show.

Sharing a picture of himself and James Bye (Martin Fowler), he wrote: "Not going to lie today was bittersweet. I had to say goodbye to some of THE best people I could ever wish to know. Not being able to do the usual hugs was tough, though probably for the best as I might not have let go.  Im a very lucky lad. Thanks to the ones who made the 6 and a half years so special. You know who you are. The pic might even hint subtly at who one of them is... thanks for the ride (sic)"

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