As well as her role in East Enders, Louisa also appeared on the fourth series of Strictly Come Dancing, which was won by Mark Ramprakash.
Former East Enders actress Louisa Lytton is set to make a dramatic entrance to The Bill in May, it has been announced.
The 18-year-old actress, who played Ruby Allen during her time in Walford, will make her first appearance as PC Beth Green next month.
Strictly Come Dancing star Louisa Lytton has been recruited to play a police constable in ITV1 drama series The Bill.
The ex-East Ender will play PC Beth Green – a new recruit to Sun Hill who is a hapless romantic.
In her second episode, she is called to a car dealership where the manager has been chained up.
She also takes a fancy to PC Will Fletcher, played by Gary Lucy.
Her first day at Sun Hill sees her spray colleague PC Emma Hinckley (played by Melanie Gutteridge) in the eyes with CS gas during an arrest.
The incident happens as the pair are investigating a baby-selling business on the ITV1 show.
‘I know every ex-Strictly celebrity says they find it hard watching their old partner dance with someone new, but I find it impossible not to feel territorial about Vincent.’ Louisa and Vincent took 4th place in series 4 and formed a close bond.
Louisa Lytton has become the first of 12 celebrities to be eliminated from Channel 4's The Jump after coming last in the air jump challenge.
:: The episodes will be screened on ITV1 at 8pm on May 16 and 17.