The ‘EastEnders’ train is a regular on television in its various series of hard-hitting documentaries, but he is eager to replay and admits that he will do all that is good and stimulating.
He said, “I’d like to play a role, but I have to do something different and less consumer-sensing.
“TV, cinema, theater – I do not mind.
Ross – who played Grant Mitchell in three different episodes on the 1990 BBC One soap opera – Ross Kemp: Living With Homelessness, and admits the problem is “heartbreaking”.
He added to the TV Times magazine: “I spend a lot of time traveling in and around the problems that are happening in my country, it’s heartbreaking.
“If you want to escape the drama – well, here we go.
“But if you want to know what’s happening in your country, then you should watch this series.”
Ross’s revelation comes after he could return to Albert Square.
Speaking in September, he said: “Never say never, but there are many more problems.
And he is now better known for his documentary than for East Easters.
BANG Showbiz: “Londoners do not tend to shout because they’re all so cool and they’re all important.” But I followed throughout the UK. It’s a good thing it’s a good thing, but I do not think it’s a good thing or a good thing. . “