Swash subsequently performed as Buttons in the pantomime Cinderella, at the Central Theatre in Chatham, Medway.
In 20, he appeared in the pantomime 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' in Bristol.
In 20, Swash was a regular team captain on ITV2 panel show Fake Reaction.
Sneaking behind the door, she then greets her unsuspecting boyfriend, who is delighted to see her.
Running up to Joe, Stacey wraps her arms and legs around him, as he lifts her in the air and says: 'What are you doing here?!
On 26 February 2008, it was announced that Joe Swash, along with the actor who plays his stepfather, David Spinx, were being written out of East Enders in a "big explosive storyline". Since the announcement of his departure, Swash has been critical of the direction producers took with his character. He co-presented the show with Caroline Flack (2009–2010), Russell Kane (2009–2011), Laura Whitmore (2011–2015), Rob Beckett (2012–2014) and David Morgan (2015).
He has blamed his three-month screen absence in 2005,due to meningitis, for Mickey becoming little more than "light-relief". From 2009 onwards, Swash has been part of the presenting team on the spin-off series I'm a Celebrity... From 2016, the show has been renamed as I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp.
Uploading a time lapse video of herself and Joe's mother, Stacey documented her trip overseas with her fans, before sharing the sweet moment she surprised her beau by hiding in his apartment over in Oz.
From her taxi to the airport in London to touching down in Australia, an excited Stacey is seen bouncing around Joe's pad while waiting for him to head home.Swash was about to give up on the idea of becoming an actor when he won a role in BBC One soap opera East Enders.He was cast as Mickey Miller and made his first appearance in East Enders in April 2003 as a recurring character.I was constantly sick and couldn't stand." He spent a fortnight in intensive care and doctors told him they were not sure he would live; however, he recovered with no lasting damage.On 3 November 2009, Swash was declared bankrupt by London's High Court after failing to pay a £20,000 tax bill.In November 2011 Driving Academy aired on the CBBC Channel, with Swash as presenter/narrator.