Rob Kazinsky wants an EastEnders return
Rob Kazinsky wants to return to 'EastEnders' and has been thinking up way his bad boy character Sean Slater can make a shocking appearance on Albert Square.
Rob Kazinsky wants to return to 'EastEnders'.
The 29-year-old actor - who played Sean Slater - left the long running soap in 2009 to explore other career avenues, but admits he misses his bad boy character and has even thought up ways to make a shocking reappearance on Albert Square.
He explained: "I've always said that I would never be against the idea - I even, I came up with a way... there's been a few occasions where I've been asked to consider going back, and I was like 'yeh'. But I left to achieve other things, to do other stuff, and it wasn't an easy transition.
"I was unemployed for two years afterwards, begging for work and I couldn't get a job, so now I'm finding actually doing other things - I do miss Sean a great deal and I have come up with ways he could come back, even for just one episode... never say never!"
The British star has found US fame after starring in the Hollywood TV hit 'True Blood' alongside the Australian hunk, Ryan Kwanten, but claims he's not completely comfortable with stripping down and showing off his naked body on a regular basis.
Speaking on ITV's Daybreak, he said: "I'm naked a lot of the time. There's full nudity... there's no hiding place! You are literally walking around in scenes completely naked.
"They released a preview last night of a romantic scene with me and Ryan Kwanten where we're both naked and that was an intimidating thing to do, especially with people who have Hollywood bodies!"