EastEnders star Melanie Clark Pullen has passed away. She died on March 29 at the age of just 46, The Sun reported today. Clark Pullen passed after a battle with cancer. 

Actress Melanie Clark Pullen from EastEnders has died

Melanie Clark Pullen was an Irish actress. She was born in 1975 and landed her first role on Eastenders in 1997. She played "Mary Flaherty," the long-lost niece of "Pauline Fowler" (Wendy Richard).

EastEnders was Clarke Pullen's best-known show, and she appeared in over 100 episodes until 1999. After her time on the popular soap opera, the star continued to appear on British TV.

Melanie Clark Pullen was also seen on A Dinner of HerbsThe Big Bow Wow, Camelot, and Inspector George Gently, to name just a few.

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For the past few years, Clark Pullen had been battling breast cancer. In 2021, she shared the sad news that she'd also been diagnosed with a brain tumour, according to the Daily Mail.

Melanie Clark Pullen's final role came in a 2021 episode of This Way Up on Channel 4. She passed away on March 29 and is survived by her husband Simon and three children.

May she rest in peace.