Sinead Keenan leaves Being Human

Actress Sinead Keenan has left Being Human on the heels of Aidan Turner and Russell Tovey

In an epic series of Tweets, actress Sinead Keenan confirmed that she has left Being Human and won’t be appearing at all in series 4 of Being Human, airing on BBC Three soon (TX to be confirmed). Keenan played Nina the pregnant werewolf and her exit follows Aidan Turner (Mitchell) and onscreen squeeze Russell Tovey (George).

On her Twitter account, she wrote, “It’s with a very heavy heart and a little relief that I can now tell you that I will not be appearing in series four of Being Human. I cannot tell you how difficult it was to make the decision to leave. I’ve had three wonderful years on BH, some of the best I’ve had in my acting career.

“I was asked not to say anything about my departure by the Powers That Be, which I dutifully adhered to for months, hence my sporadic tweeting, but now the press pack has been released it seems the story is out. I want to thank you all so much for your wonderful support over the three season. I hope you all continue to enjoy Being Human and that we’ll meet again very soon on some other great TV adventure.”

SciFiNow were on set for the filming of the exciting series four finale, where ghost Annie (played by Lenora Crichlow) is the matriarch of Honolulu Heights and the room vacancies have been filled by series three guest star Tom (Michael Socha) and newbie vampire Hal (Damien Molony). To read interviews with the cast and creator Toby Whithouse, check out the next issue of SciFiNow, on sale January 18th, 2012!