Jack Derges to leave EastEnders
Jack Derges who plays sinister builder Andy Flynn on 'EastEnders', will exit the soap after his current storyline ends and is set to take up a role in London's West End.
Jack Derges is leaving 'EastEnders'.
The hunky actor - who plays sinister builder Andy Flynn - will exit the soap after his current storyline ends and is set to take up a role in London's West End.
A source told MirrorOnline: "Andy was only ever going to be in Walford for this storyline which bosses kept under wraps as they didn't want to spoil the storyline for the viewers but it's fair to say there is more drama to come before Andy leaves Walford.
"When Andy arrived in Walford viewers didn't realise that he was hiding a dark secret but over the past few weeks it has become clear that his intentions towards Ronnie and her family are not what they seem."
An 'EastEnders' spokesperson added: "The character of Andy was created for a specific storyline which is currently coming to the end.
"We wish Jack all the best for the future."
Andy arrived in the soap earlier this year when he managed to persuade Ronnie Mitchell's boyfriend Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) to hire him as his property developer on his new home.
However, little did the businessman know that Andy is actually the adopted brother of Ronnie's (Samantha Womack) dead daughter Danielle, who was run over and killed in 2009, and he's now on a mission to get revenge on the blonde beauty.
And it was recently claimed that 'EastEnders' Dot Branning is set to save Ronnie from being brutally murdered by Andy.
The launderette worker - portrayed by June Brown - feels the need to intervene when she discovers the hunk has come up with a vindictive plan to take down the blonde bombshell after she rummages through his pocket and finds a note while washing his clothes.