EastEnders spoilers hint that John Altman shared a story about a time that he took a trip to India that took an unusual turn. He revealed that he once had to sell his blood in order to buy food. This was revealed in his autobiography. So, what lead up to John selling his blood for food?
EastEnders Spoilers – John Altman Sells Blood For Money
Recently, John revealed that during a drug-fuelled trip to India, John who plays Nick Cotton on EastEnders revealed that he sold his blood after running out of money for food. In his autobiography, he wrote, “Calcutta, now Kolkata, was the site of many adventures. I went to a Chinese Opium Den.’
‘Two guys took me in a rickshaw to a rundown tower block where we ended up in a room of elderly Chinese men reading newspapers.’ ‘I expected something a bit more like a Fu Manchu film.’ ‘I had two or three pipes. Outside, I threw up – short sharp vomit.’ ‘I had no alternative but to beg. I also gave blood and was given five rupees, a boiled egg and a banana.’”
EastEnders Spoilers – John Altman Background At EastEnders
For older viewers, they may be more familiar with the background of the EastEnders star, John Altman. However, as for newer viewers, this is what you need to know about John Altman’s history on the British soap, EastEnders. The actor who portrayed the son of Dot Cotton was referred to as Naughty Nick by fans throughout the time that he played on the British soap.
He was one of the original cast members that stared on the soap when it came out and continued to be a recurring character until he decided to leave the show. His character eventually was killed off in 2015 in a death that was very similar to Reg Cox’s demise, which was the very first death to be shown on the EastEnders.
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The story that John Altman shared was very interesting and a wild story. What do you think? If you were in a situation like that, what would you do? What do you think about the story that John has revealed? Watch EastEnders from Monday and Friday at 8 pm and Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30 pm on BBC One to find out what happens next.