Kush Eastenders Spoilers: Is a Shocking Twist in His Exit Scenes?

Davood Ghadami (Persian: born 7 August 1982) is a well-known English actor.

Following his appearances in Taggart in 2010, he had recurring roles in the BBC medical dramas Doctors and Casualty.

He began playing Kush Kazemi in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 2014, a role he held until 2021 when the character was killed off.

Following his departure from EastEnders, Ghadami was announced as joining the cast of BBC medical drama Holby City as Eli Ebrahimi.

How Will Kush Kazemi Leave Eastenders?

EastEnders spoilers reveal that the gambling addict will risk enraging Gray this week when he arranges Valentine's Day date with Whitney.
Kush Eastenders Spoilers
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When they sit down to watch movie, they notice that the pizza is heart-shaped.

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As Gray Atkins Catches Up With Kush Kazemi, Eastenders Airs a Shocking Twist in His Exit Scenes

A shocking and brutal twist for Kush Kazemi has aired on EastEnders.

Viewers were aware that Davood Ghadami would be leaving the BBC One soap this week, following Kush's attack on the Mitchells and Shirley Carter for their roles in last year's heist.

However, his plan to flee Walford was thwarted when serial killer Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) caught up with him and pushed him in front of a moving train.

When Gray saw Whitney posting a letter at the Fowler home late at night, he started to become suspicious of her. Gray decided to follow the couple because Phil Mitchell had already advised him to keep Kush under control.

Martin Fowler was the first person Whitney and Kush bade farewell to because they would be traveling to Dubai with little Arthur.

Eastenders Fans Hail the Episode as the “Best Episode Ever” as Gray Finally Gets His Comeuppance

EastEnders viewers praised last night's episode (March 10) as one of the “best episodes” they'd seen after serial killer Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) was finally apprehended.

Last night's episode of EastEnders was tense as Gray attempted to flee Walford after the residents discovered the truth about his heinous crimes.

Kush Eastenders Spoilers

While on the phone with 999, his wife, Chelsea Fox (Zaraah Abrahams), managed to obtain Gray's confession to murder his previous wife, Chantelle (Jessica Plummer).

Gray was enraged and attacked Chelsea before fleeing the house to find his two children and premature son, Jordan, who were hiding at Karen Taylor's (Lorraine Stanley) house.

Karen initially believed Gray was innocent, despite being informed by Mitch (Roger Griffiths) that Gray had murdered their daughter, Chantelle.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Happens to Kush in Eastenders?

Gray Atkins Pushed Kush in Front of a Train on the London Underground on April 19, 2021.

Does Kush Go Out of Eastenders?

Kush Made a Heartbreaking Exit From the Soap in April, When He Was Pushed in Front of a Tube Train by Jealous Killer Gray Atkins, Just as He Was About to Embark on a New Life With Fiancée Whitney Dean and His Son Arthur Fowler.

What Caused Gray to Leave Eastenders?

With the Dramatic Conclusion of the Difficult Domestic Abuse Plot Line on Thursday's Episode, Which Resulted in Gray Being Arrested for His Crimes, Actor Toby-alexander Has Left the Bbc Soap Opera.