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Tina Carter

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Tina Carter is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, portrayed by Luisa Bradshaw-White. She first appeared on 18 November 2013, and was introduced as the sister of established character Shirley Carter (Linda Henry). She was the first of a set of new characters that expanded the Carter family in 2013, created by incoming executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins (although Tina was introduced by Lorraine Newman, a month prior to Treadwell-Collins taking over the executive producer role). Tina and Bradshaw-White's casting were announced on 19 September 2013. The character was previously mentioned on-screen due to her daughter, Zsa Zsa Carter (Emer Kenny), appearing on the show in 2010. Tina's storylines mostly revolve around her relationship with her sister Shirley and same-sex relationships with Tosh Mackintosh (Rebecca Scroggs), who physically abuses her, and Sonia Fowler (Natalie Cassidy), which ends when Sonia falls out of love with her. Tina also accidentally runs over Janet Mitchell (Grace) and has sex with Janet's father, Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick). In a later storyline, Tina feuds with Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) when it emerges that he drugged and attacked her when she was a teenager. It was announced on 16 October 2020 that Bradshaw-White had quit her role and she made her last appearance on 28 December 2020, when Tina was murdered by Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith), with her corpse hidden underneath the floorboards of the Argee Bhajee restaurant, which remained undiscovered for over a year. Her body was found by Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) on 24 February 2022. She also appeared in a flashback in an episode that aired on 29 July 2021.
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