Matthew Wright's column: NOW RACE RUNS.EASTENDER Race Davies Race Davies (born 10 August 1962 in Moglabazar, Sylhet, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)) is a British actress. She is probably most famous for playing Jackie Owen in EastEnders from 1999 to 2000.
Her first television appearance was in The Bill in 1988. has shocked BBC BBC
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Race, 32, joined the show in September last year as Jackie, the sister of nightclub boss, Steve Owen For other persons named Steve Owen, see Steve Owen (disambiguation).
Steven Richard "Steve" Owen was a fictional character in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders. He was played by Martin Kemp. .
But after only four months on the top-rated soap Race has decide to leave in order to pursue other acting jobs.
She tells me: "I've really enjoyed myself working on EastEnders but I feel that I've done as much as I can on the show and I'm looking forward to new challenges."
This is the third surprise departure from the show in the last month.
A week ago Roberta Taylor Roberta Taylor (born 1948 in London), is an English actress. She is best known for the roles of Irene Raymond in EastEnders, and Inspector Gina Gold in The Bill. , 51, who played Irene told the show's producers she wanted out.
She'd intended to leave last year but changed her mind when she read the storylines.
And last month I also revealed that actress Troy Titus-Adams had been given the boot from the show. Troy, 28, who played barmaid Nina Harris Nina Harris was a fictional character in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders. She was played by Troy Titus Adams.
Nina was a nice girl looking for a fresh start away from her past as a prostitute. , was told that her contract would not be renewed when it runs out in April.
The part was a big break for Troy, who previously starred in the West End musical Starlight Express as Wren.
EastEnders bosses had wanted Troy to take over where Martine McCutcheon's character Tiffany, left off in the soap.