Pam St Clement Is Out Of 'EastEnders' But Still In Leopardskin For Role Of Baddie In CBBC Drama 'Leonardo'

Out Of Albert Square, But Still In Her Leopardskin

Pam St Clement has landed her first new role since EastEnders - and she'll still be in her trademark leopardskin.

The former EastEnder, 70, who donned leopard print coats when she played Albert Square's Pat Evans for 26 years, will also have a hook-hand in her new role, The Sun reported.

Pam St Clement will be back on the nation's screens in a CBBC drama

Pam left the BBC soap on New Year's Day when viewers saw her alter-ego die, with her family by her side, including the surprise arrival of David Wicks.

She will play a baddie, Mazzola, in an episode of CBBC kids drama Leonardo, about the adventures of the teenage painter.

The second series of the 15th-century drama, which is set in Florence, is broadcast later this month. Pics below...


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