Former EastEnders star who went on to play James Bond

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Former EastEnders star

Danny Dyer has previously stated that he would love to play the first “working class James Bond,” but if he does, he would not be the first Albert Square celebrity to portray the famous spy.

The honor goes to Adam Croasdell, who played GP and surfer hunk Dr. Al Jenkins in Walford between 2009 and 2010.

Dr Al was a heartthrob on EastEnders who drew the attention of a variety of female characters.

This included dating Tanya Branning before Max ruined their relationship, as well as dating Roxy Mitchell.

However, this fling ended in tears when Dr. Al was forced to return to his hometown of Ilfracombe in Devon, and Roxy declined his invitation to join him.

Many fans are unaware, however, that the in-demand doctor, Adam Croasdell, went on to play perhaps the world’s most successful spy.

Croasdell portrayed James Bond in the video game James Bond 007: Blood Stone in 2010, providing motion capture acting in place of the Hollywood star.

The game follows 007 as he tries to uncover a terrorist plot to kill world leaders, complete with double agents, betrayal, and a few Aston Martins thrown in for good measure.

Croasdell went on to play Bond in the 2012 American television series Bond, James Bond.

He’s also featured in a number of other well-known video game franchises, including Final Fantasy XV in 2016 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in 2019.

Are you acquainted with Dr. Al from his days on Albert Square?

Former EastEnders star



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