Did you spot this EastEnders star from her roles in Coronation Street AND Hollyoaks?
DID you know that EastEnders star Balvinder Sopal has landed roles in all four major UK soaps?
The actress, 41 – who current plays Suki Panesar in the BBC soap – has a very impressive list of TV shows that she's appeared on over the years.
Balvinder made her first appearance on-screen back in 2002 as Reena in Kidhaar!
Seven years later she landed her first ever role on a UK soap as a legal aid solicitor in Emmerdale.
She later went on to appear in the show again as DC Graves in 2014, and DC Khan from 2017 to 2018.
But that isn't the only ITV soap she's appeared in as she also played the role of P.C. Marks for a total of four episodes in Coronation Street in 2013, and again in 2017.
In 2018 Balvinder also played a social worker called Liz in Channel 4's Hollyoaks who was trying to figure out if Courtney Campbell was an unfit mother.
She's also played a doctor in BBC's Waterloo Road, Aafiyah Choudary in the BBC medical drama Doctors and Mumtaz Gani in Call The Midwife.
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Last year Salvinder joined the cast of EastEnders as the evil Suki, the mum of Kheerat Panesar, Jags Panesar, Vinny Panesar and Ash Kaur.
Her alter-ego has been involved in a number of gripping storylines since 2020, including the death of her son Jags and pretending she had ovarian cancer.
Most recently fans were left heartbroken for the businesswoman after Honey Mitchell brutally rejected her.
On Tuesday night Suki decided to make a move on the launderette assistant after they enjoyed a boozy night out together.
When the pair went back to Suki's for another drink, Honey told her pal: “I like this side of you."
As she placed her hand on her leg, she continued: "Stop hiding it. You don’t have to be strong all the time. Okay?
"Let other people see funny, kind, incredible…”
Suki got the wrong end of the stick and went into kiss her pal.
Honey couldn't believe what had happened and said: “Oh I’m sorry. It’s okay. We’ve both had a bit too much to drink…
"Maybe I should go. Please Suki, do not worry. We’ve all been there. We’ve all done it.”
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