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Louisa Lytton's Biography

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Louisa Lytton was born on 7 February 1989.

Louisa Lytton started playing Ruby Allen in EastEnders in March 2005, however she left the soap on 23 November 2006.

At the British Soap Awards 2006, Louisa Lytton won the sexiest female award, beating her co-star Lacey Turner, as well as Hollyoaks stars Sarah Jane Dunn and Roxanne McKee.

As well as EastEnders and The Bill, Louisa Lytton has acted in Ali G in Da House and French and Saunders.

Louisa Lytton has been dancing since she was three, and she did well on Strictly Come Dancing.

In the end Louisa Lytton, who danced with Vincent Simone, was voted off in the tenth programme in the 2006 series, with just three more couples left.

Like fellow Strictly Come Dancing contestant, Emma Bunton, Louisa Lytton went to the Sylvia Young Theatre School.

In January 2007, The Sun revealed that Louisa Lytton was set to join The Bill again.

On 16 May 2007, Louisa Lytton appeared in her first episode of The Bill as PC Beth Green. PC Green is, according to ITV 'a hapless romantic who operates from the heart rather than the head', but is 'a good copper'.

Asked by Children's First for Health whether she was friends with any of the EastEnders cast, Louisa replied:

"I always go on my tea breaks with Lacey Turner who plays Stacey. I also have fun working with Billy Murray who plays my dad. It's weird when we have to argue on set though, because we get on really well."

Louisa Lytton told ITV daytime show Loose Women that she owed much of her acting career to Billy Murray, saying: "he taught me everything".

In September 2008 Louisa Lytton teamed up again with her Strictly Come Dancing partner, Vincent Simone, to represent the UK in the 2008 Eurovision Dance Contest.

They finished ninth out of 14 competitors.

Louisa Lytton left The Bill in March 2009.

In 2009, she was cast in the American Pie sequel Book of Love.

In 2016, she became one of the celebrities on Channel 4's The Jump.

She was the first celebrity to be eliminated from The Jump.

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