EastEnders star Louisa Lytton’s unexpected appearance in American Pie movie unearthed

EastEnders star Louisa Lytton’s unexpected appearance in American Pie movie unearthed


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She returned to EastEnders in 2018 after twelve years off-screen, but fans will be interested to know that Louisa Lytton starred in the American Pie movie series.

The actress, who got engaged to her boyfriend in 2019, appeared in the role of Imogen in the seventh film in the franchise, American Pie Presents: The Book Of Love, back in 2009.

Although her appearance was just a cameo, Louisa's character interacted with the lead stars of the movie.

In the scene, her on-screen persona crossed paths with main characters Lube and Nathan on a staircase and made fun of them with some traditional English banter.

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In the scene, she wore a black outfit with a black hat and her hair down.

Louisa, 32, first shot to fame on Eastenders in 2005, where she played ruthless gangster Johnny Allen's daughter Ruby.

After a year on-screen, the performer departed our screens, but returned once again in 2018.

She also appeared on Strictly Come Dancing in 2006, making her the youngest celebrity to compete on the show at the age of 17.

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Louisa's love-life may be chaotic on the soap, but in-real life she is loved-up with fiancé Ben Bhanvra.

The pair were supposed to be tying the knot in 2020, but the nuptials were postponed because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Opening up about her big day, Louisa exclusively told OK! magazine "We've booked the wedding for July, we just don't know if it will go ahead.

"We've said that if we can't have the exact wedding we want, with all our guests, we'll postpone it again.

"Otherwise, to me that's not a wedding – it's not the wedding I would want. It's not worth it for us," she explained.

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The brunette beauty, who detailed her dentist trip during lockdown, continued: "Now we've bought a house we know we're going to be together forever as the house is a huge commitment.

"We will get married but when everything is relaxed and people feel safe. I wouldn't want people to feel on edge."

Louisa also admitted she was tempted to call her wedding off because of the stress it was causing her.

She divulged: "It's just the logistics of it. There's only so many people's questions you can answer without knowing if it's definitely going ahead.

"Part of me felt like scrapping everything and starting again. There were things we just said yes to or didn't really think about."

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