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In July 2010, she recorded a documentary for BBC Three called Kara Tointon: Don't Call Me Stupid.
Swash studied at Highbury Grove School in Islington, and attended Anna Scher Theatre School on the advice of his mother's friend, actress Linda Robson.
The brunette actress and model has jetted to Spain after they decided to split last week, according to the News Of The World.
A friend told the newspaper: 'After ending it Kara flew to Marbella for a holiday to get her head together.'Both she and Joe are really upset about it - but their rows were getting too frequent and they knew they couldn't make it work anymore.'Last month, Tointon denied reports they were having relationship problems, saying: 'We're very happy together and everything's going really well, but you'll have to ask him when we're getting married.'The pair are said to have had a blazing row in November while performing together in Snow White at the Hippodrome Theatre in Bristol.
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His character, known as Fighting Boy because he scuffled with Lampwick over a gun, was turned into a donkey after going on a Roller Coaster.
He made minor appearances in several television series such as Casualty, The South Bank Show, The Bill, "Soldier Soldier" and Nickelodeon's LOL: Laugh Out Loud.
But do note that it is not possible to be certain of a person's genealogy without a family's cooperation (and/or DNA testing).Tointon left East Enders, along with co-star Ricky Groves, on 27 August 2009.She co-starred with then partner Joe Swash in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in Bristol in the 2009/2010 pantomime season.She played the part of student Pauline Young in 2001's first series of Teachers on Channel 4.She also starred in BBC's "Curriculum Bites" as a presenter in 2002.