The four major TV shows you've seen EastEnders' latest signing Charlie Wernham on

The four major TV shows you've seen EastEnders' latest signing Charlie Wernham on

CHARLIE Wernham is set to join EastEnders as newcomer Aaron Monroe later this year – but did you know he's appeared in FOUR other popular shows?

The actor, 26, is best known for playing Robbie Roscoe on Hollyoaks from 2013 to 2016.

However, he's also starred in a number of other programmes too.

He first shot to fame when he was just 13-years-old on the second series of Britain's Got Talent in 2007 as a stand-up comedian.

During his stint on Hollyoaks, he bagged himself a role on Jack Whitehall's Bad Education as Mitchell from 2012 to 2014.

Not only that, Charlie has also starred in Channel 4's The Inbetweeners as bully Danny Moore.

Charlie is due to arrive in Walford this autumn.

The soap star will stop by the Square to see his dad Harvey (Ross Boatman) and younger sister Dana (Barbara Smith), whose rocky relationship with Bobby Beale (Clay Milner Russell) will see her moving into the Square with her dad in the coming weeks.

Aaron is Harvey’s wayward eldest son, who’s confident and likes to get his own way.

He’s close to his dad who raised him alone but as soon as Aaron landed a city job in finance, he left home and didn’t look back. 

Things between Aaron and his sister Dana are strained and she often feels shut out by him. 

Though Aaron is fiercely loyal, his arrogance often becomes his biggest asset and downfall in equal measure.

When he waltzes into Walford to check out his family’s new set up, a few things catch his eye and he decides to hang around.

Charlie begins filming on EastEnders this month.

Ahead of his arrival to Albert Square, Charlie said: “It was always a childhood dream of mine to be in EastEnders.

It’s a show that’s constantly on TV in my household as my family are massive fans so it’s always been close to my heart. I can’t wait to get cracking and join an incredibly talented cast!”

Jon Sen, Executive Producer, EastEnders added “We’re very happy to be welcoming Charlie to Walford.

"His character Aaron joins the Monroe’s, our newest family set to move into the Square with connections to the Beale’s.

"In many ways he’s the opposite to his sister Dana and Harvey’s relationship with them both is likely to be tested.

"There’s more to Aaron than his bravado lets on and we look forward to Charlie’s arrival on screen later this year.”

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