Scarlett Alice Johnson played Vicky Fowler from 2003 - 2004.
Vicky Fowler, the daughter of Michelle Fowler and Den Watts. Vicky will be best remembered for her magic accent that disappeared overnight, an error by EastEnders at the time. Vicky returned to Walford from Florida and soon caused drama when she fell pregnant with Spencer Moon's baby. Her sister Sharon tried to buy her baby but Vicky ended the pregnancy despite Spencer wanting to be a father.
Vicki decided to leave the Square with Sharon and return to her mum for further tears and tantrums in Florida.
Since filming EastEnders, Scarlett has appeared in many films including Adulthood. She has appeared in many hit series like Beaver Falls, Big Bad World and BBC Three's Pramface. She was last known appearing in The Angry Brigade in the Bush Theatre in 2014.
Nigel Harman played Dennis Rickman from 2003 - 2006.
Oh Nigel, time has certainly been good to you. Dennis Rickman, the unknown child of Den Watts and half brother of Vicky Fowler. Dennis rocked up in Walford after being persuaded by his sister Vicky. Dennis started a relationship with Sharon Watts, the adopted daughter of his biological father . . . keeping up?
Dennis was murdered by Danny Moon at the behest of gangster Johnny Allen. He died in the arms of Sharon in the Square, breaking the hearts of thousands of female viewers across the country...
Since leaving EastEnders Nigel has had some BIG roles on TV, Screen and Stage. He has had some decent stints on Downton Abby, Hotel Babylon and Mount Pleasant. He has appeared in Shreck the musical in Leeds and the Guys and Dolls tour at the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham plus many many more.
Christopher Parker played Spencer Moon from 2002 - 2005.
We don't think Christopher has actually aged in the last ten years but you will remember him as Spencer Moon, Alfie's little brother. One of his biggest storylines was getting in trouble with mob boss Jack Dalton. As always, Alfie took the blame to protect his little bro and also took a beating.
After a dodgy deal went down courtesy of Danny Moon, Spencer spent a night in jail and Alfie decided it was time for Spencer to get as far away from the temptations of Walford as possible – living with his cousin Maxwell in Oz.
In 2004 Christopher attempted suicide by cutting his wrists and after a series of absence from EastEnders, he and the bosses reached a mutual decision to write him out of the show.
Chris has since had parts in Hotel Babylon and a short movie but he came into his own when he started his presenting career. He presented for shows such as Dead Famous, Deadline and appeared regularly in Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.
Parker has been studying for a law degree at Birkbeck, University of London. According to his (protected) Twitter feed, as of April 2013, he was a final year law student.
Well we wish him all the luck in the world. More Where Are They Now? Coming soon.