Charlie G. Hawkins open to EastEnders return
Charlie G. Hawkins would be happy to return to 'EastEnders' in the future if his character Darren Miller's son George ever needs him.
Charlie G. Hawkins would love to return to 'EastEnders' in the future to reunite with his character's son.
The 20-year-old actor has decided to depart the BBC One soap after eight years playing wheeler-dealer car salesman Darren Miller but hasn't ruled out a return because Darren's baby George will remain in Walford with his mother Heather Trott.
He said: "It's nice that I can always come back because obviously there's still Heather's and Darren's baby so I still have that link to the square because otherwise I don't actually have any family left in Walford.
"In the future if George is having a tough time or needs his dad then I can come back."
Charlie is also delighted that Joe Swash, who played his on screen brother Mickey Miller, will return for Darren's explosive final scenes.
During an appearance on 'This Morning', he said: "Darren's brother Mickey comes back so it'll be great to have Joe Swash back.
It literally has come full circle, I started with Joe and I'll finish with Joe and it was because of him that I got the job because Joe was so successful at creating the character of Mickey that they built a whole family around him."