Ex-EastEnders star Christopher Parker now works as a lawyer 16 years after leaving fame – .

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Ex-EastEnders star Christopher Parker now works as a lawyer 16 years after leaving fame – .


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Christopher Parker gave up his career in front of the camera to become a notary.

The former actor, 38, quit his role as Spencer Moon in EastEnders in 2005 after three years playing Alfie Moon’s younger brother (Shane Ritchie).

Christopher now works as a senior consultant at Ignition Law, according to the company’s website.

Career: Ex EastEnders star Christopher Parker now works as a lawyer 16 years after quitting the soap opera – he played Spencer Moon – Alfie Moon’s younger brother

Some of her memorable soap opera stories include a one-night stand with Vicki Fowler (Emma Herry) before being blackmailed by Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner).

Christopher left EastEnders a year after attempting to kill himself when a woman claimed he lied about their relationship to hide that he was gay, which he said was wrong.

He later said OK! magazine: ‘I had had such a successful year and felt like everything was about to fall apart.’

It was mutually agreed that he would be leaving the series with a spokesperson for EastEnders stating, “We would like to thank Chris for all of his hard work over the past two years and wish him the best of luck. the future. “

Character: The former actor, 38, quit his role as Spencer Moon on EastEnders in 2005 after three years playing Alfie Moon’s younger brother – pictured during his stint on the series

He went on to participate in the first series of Strictly Come Dancing where he reached the finals while also working as a presenter on CBBC and This Morning.

Christopher then moved to Los Angeles where he worked for Fox-owned TV Guide channel.

He then decided to change careers and began studying law at Birkbeck, University of London.

Change: Christopher now works as a senior consultant at Ignition Law, according to the company's website (pictured with Shane Richie in 2004)

Change: Christopher now works as a senior consultant at Ignition Law, according to the company’s website (pictured with Shane Richie in 2004)

According to Ignition Law, the former actor specializes in supporting media companies in the areas of transactions, employment and litigation.

He also noted that he has worked with offenders before and said that “giving people a second chance” can make a “big difference”.

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Work: According to the Ignition Act, the former actor specializes in supporting media companies in the areas of transactions, employment and litigation (photo from 2004)

Work: According to the Ignition Act, the former actor specializes in supporting media companies in the areas of transactions, employment and litigation (photo from 2004)

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