It has been a great experience which I will never forget but I am now looking forward to trying new things and not getting typecast." Lytton's final scenes were broadcast in November 2006.
On 1 December 2006, Lytton appeared on the ITV1 show Loose Women and confirmed that leaving East Enders was not her decision.
In July 2006 it was announced that Lytton would be leaving East Enders in November 2006.
On the exit of her character, Lytton had commented: "I've really enjoyed my time at East Enders.
After leaving East Enders in Novermber 2006, Lytton joined The Bill as PC Beth Green, a role she played from May 2007 to March 2009.
She also appeared on Strictly Come Dancing in 2006.
We went back to being friends and we still are." All relationship and family history information shown on Fame Chain has been compiled from data in the public domain.
The role was short lived, but throughout her tenure Lytton made an impact by winning ‘Sexiest Female’ at the British Soap Awards, and she departed in 2006 and subsequently appeared in Strictly Come Dancing, where at 17 she was one of the youngest contestants in the history of the show.
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is an English actress born in Camden and living in Islington.
Lytton also represented the UK at the Eurovision Dance Contest 2008 in Glasgow and finished in 9th place out of 14 with 47 points Career East Enders March 2005 – November 2006 Lytton made her first appearance in East Enders on 18 March 2005, playing Johnny Allen's daughter Ruby Allen.
Weeks after winning the "Sexiest Female" award at the British Soap Awards where she cut a figure wearing a stunning thigh revealing white dress.BEFORE FAME: Louisa Lytton attended the renowned Sylvia Young Theatre School in London, and growing up she supported Arsenal FC.