Dean Gaffney certainly can’t be knocked for trying.
The ex-EastEnders star has signed up to yet another online dating service in his quest for love, bringing the total to four.
The unlucky in love 43-year-old has now signed up to Hinge to try his arm, after already being on Tinder, Bumble and celeb-based Raya.
The star outlandishly once claimed he’d bedded over 1,000 women, but is now looking for love again.
His dating profile displays a shot of him in shades, while there’s also a publicity snap from his appearance last year on E4’s Celebs Go Dating.
And key to having a good relationship according to the actor who played Robbie Jackson on the East End soap is “communication, sense of humour and being empathetic”.
However, those who smoke are a non-starter in his eyes.
It was reported during lockdown that the star was in search of the woman with the biggest boobs.
But, after thinking he’d found her in double N-cup Leia Parker — a 27-year-old who spent £12,000 on implants — he was disappointed to discover it was an imposter who turned down his offer to pay for a ride to his hotel room.
He was recently dating 26-year-old model Rebekah Ward but their fling soon fizzled out.
Rebekah is just two years older than Dean’s twin daughters who he had with a childhood romance.
He is most famous for his portrayal of Robbie in EastEnders and he first played the long-running role between 1993 and 2003.
Years later he returned to Albert Square for another stint between 2017 and 2019.
However, he left the soap again after he was found to have begged a woman for racy pics on Facebook.
In January, he also tried to get a woman to break the lockdown laws by meeting him for a dating indoors.
The woman, named Cindy, told us at the time that she was “disgusted” that Dean would break the rules to meet her for a date, and that she had tried to let him down gently.
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