Perry reveals live episode fears
As the torch hits Walford live on Monday, read on to see how Perry's preparing!
Perry, whose character Billy is set to carry the flame in the run-up to the Olympic Games later this month, has spoken of his nerves about torch-bearing through EastEnders location Walford.
The 50-year-old told the Radio Times: 'I come in of a morning and do a few laps of Albert Square.
'I basically want to find every pothole so the crew can fill them in. I've started thinking, "God, it's not far away now".'
He added: 'I've been having these bizarre actor/athlete dreams where I've got no trousers on or I'm tripping up. It's a weird blurring of fiction and reality.'
Billy is due to carry the flame through Albert Square on July 23 and viewers will be able to watch the footage live as he makes his way past his EastEnders co-stars and famous Walford landmarks.
Fenwick continued: 'My main concerns are remember my lines, don't fall over and don't let the torch go out.
'If I can achieve that on the night and do a little bit of acting on top, then I'll be thrilled. Hopefully, there'll be a large gin and tonic waiting for me in my dressing room afterwards.'
He added: 'The fact that an extra couple of million people will tune in to see whether I fall over is a pressure in itself.'