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    Holby City is welcoming a former EastEnders star to the cast.

    Jack Ryder, known for playing Jamie Mitchell in EastEnders between 1998 and 2002, will be setting foot on the medical drama in 2019.

    Olivier Award nominee Amy Lennox joins alongside Ryder.

    Jack Ryder joins Holby City

    Lennox is playing Chloe Godard, a doctor at neighbouring hospital Capel Cross. Chloe arrives to help her mother Ange (Dawn Steele) with a patient, but soon finds her on-off boyfriend Evan played by Ryder at Holby as well.

    Evan hopes to convince Chloe to take their relationship seriously.

    "I am delighted to be joining Holby City and look forward to working with such a talented group of people," Ryder said. "I can't wait to give a voice to this exciting new character and serve a show that people love."

    Lennox said: "I'm thrilled to be joining Holby as Chloe Godard and working with such an amazing cast and crew over at BBC Elstree. Chloe has some really great storylines coming up that I can't wait to share with you all. So excited!"

    Alison Lennox joins Holby City

    Executive producer Simon Harper described Evan as a "complex, alpha surgeon" and promises that the character will be making "major waves" on the show.

    "His powerful, nuanced audition for Evan blew us away," he said. "He's both a household name and a superb actor, and fans who remember him as Jamie in EastEnders are in for a big treat and quite a surprise seeing him in this very different role. "

    Yesterday's Holby City episode (November 13) saw John Gaskell, played by former Doctor Who star Paul McGann, make his exit in dramatic fashion after months of ruining people's lives.

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