Keith Miller (EastEnders)

Keith Miller (EastEnders)

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Keith Miller (EastEnders)

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Keith Miller is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by David Spinx. He made his first appearance on 6 September 2004. It was announced on 25 February 2008 that the characters of Keith and Mickey had been axed by EastEnders<nowiki>'</nowiki> executive producer Diederick Santer. He left the show on 1 July 2008."", Digital Spy. URL last accessed 2008-02-25.

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Keith arrives with his partner Rosie (Gerry Cowper), their twins Darren (Charlie G. Hawkins) and Demi (Shana Swash), and the family dog, Genghis, joining Rosie's son Mickey (Joe Swash) and moving into 27 Albert Square. They are later joined by Demi's newborn baby Aleesha (Freya and Phoebe Coltman-West), Rosie's daughter Dawn Swann (Kara Tointon) and Dawn's daughter, Summer Swann. Keith, who does not work and spends his time watching documentaries on television, has his incapacity benefits stopped when Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) catches him on CCTV moving heavy boxes and reports him for benefit fraud. However, he remains unemployed, and it is revealed that he is illiterate, but his family encourage him to learn to read and write.

Rosie drops several hints that she wants Keith to propose, but he eventually leaves her when he discovers she plans to leave him for her ex-husband, Mike Swann (Mark Wingett), and he moves in with Garry Hobbs (Ricky Groves) and Minty Peterson (Cliff Parisi). He later forgives Rosie when she begs for another chance...
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