EastEnders Jake Wood Thanks. I’ll miss the show a lot but I’m looking forward to new challenges and new adventures.

[ EastEnders star Jake Wood pays tribute as he leaves soap after 15 years: ‘Thanks for everything’ ]
EastEnders star Jake Wood has paid tribute to the soap after he left the role of Max Branning after 15 years.

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Jake shared a tribute video from EastEnders on social media which took a look back at Max’s most memorable moments, right from the moment he first arrived in Walford with wife Tanya.

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‘What an incredible 15 years it’s been. I’ll miss the show a lot but I’m looking forward to new challenges and new adventures.

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The TV star previously revealed he has bagged a new job as a director, meaning he will be getting behind the camera in his first post-EastEnders gig.

In an Instagram post Jake shared a snap from behind-the-scenes as actresses stood outside a greengrocers.

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Date: 2021-02-21T13:39:24+0000
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Jacqueline Jossa and ‘EastEnders’ stars pay tribute to Max Branning after Jake Wood’s final scenes

Jossa portrayed Max’s daughter Lauren Branning from 2010 until 2018, and said in an Instagram post that Wood is “the only other guy I call dad”.

Jossa shared a series of pictures of herself with Wood on Instagram and referred to her co-star as a “legend”.

She added: “Thank you for everything. I learnt all I know from you and had the best time playing your daughter. Goodbye for now Max.

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Wood responded to the post, calling himself Jossa’s “fake dad” and saying he is “proud of the young woman you have become”.

Shona McGarty, who plays Whitney Dean in the soap, also shared a tribute to Wood, writing that he will be “truly missed” by the EastEnders cast.

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EastEnders stars pay tribute to Jake Wood as he exits soap after 15 years

EastEnders star Jake Wood has said goodbye to the long-running British soap opera and after 15 years of playing Max Branning. The cast of EastEnders including actress Jacqueline Jossa paid tributes to him.’

Jake retired from soap on Friday night [February 19]. In December 2020, the 48-year-old star got his last scenes filmed as Max Branning. The veteran actor is seen leaving Walford for good. He saw off his granddaughter Abi with his former partner Rainie.

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Saying that she looked forward to working with the legend again, the actress concluded the emotional note: “I cannot wait to see what is in store for you next.”

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Jacqueline Jossa & Piers Morgan lead tributes to Jake Wood as he bows out of EastEnders as Max Branning after

JACQUELINE Jossa and Piers Morgan have lead the tributes to Jake Wood as he bowed out of EastEnders as Max Branning after 15 years.

The 48-year-old actor walked out of Albert Square as Max on Friday night after he was turned on by ex Linda Carter, his brother Jack and even Phil Mitchell, who got the upper hand on his blackmail attempt.

At the last minute, Max decided he couldn’t take his little granddaughter Abi with him, and tearfully watched as she was taken in by Rainie and Stuart instead.

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Date: 2021-02-19T23:23:29+00:00
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EastEnders star Jake Wood receives tribute from costars

EastEnders star Jake Wood received tributes from his co-stars including actress Jacqueline Jossa who led the bandwagon lavishing praises on the actor who she termed as ‘legend’.’

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Reacting to Jake’s goodbye, many of his fans said his farewell has left them in tears. Following the emotional episode, he thanked his followers for their regard and good words about his work.

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