List of Home and Away characters (2011)


List of Home and Away characters (2011)

The following is a list of characters that first appeared or will appear in the Australian soap opera Home and Away in 2011, by order of first appearance. All characters are introduced by the shows series producer Cameron Welsh. The 24th season of Home and Away began airing on 24 January 2011. The following month, the Braxton brothers; Darryl, Heath and Casey were introduced. Miranda Jacobs and Kieran Monroe made their debuts in April. Marty Jones made his debut in June and Tegan Callahan arrived the following month. August saw the introductions of Harvey Ryan, Hammer and Sasha Bezmel. Shane Emmett made his debut as Mark in September and lawyer Hayley O'Connor began appearing from October.

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Darryl Braxton

Darryl Braxton
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Steve Peacocke
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011–
First appearance 16 February 2011
Classification Present, regular
Profile
Home 33 Saxon Avenue
Occupation Businessman

Darryl "Brax" Braxton, played by Steve Peacocke, made his first on-screen appearance on 16 February 2011. Darryl is the oldest of three brothers known as the The River Boys, a "bad-boy surf gang with dodgy reputations."[1] The Daily Telegraph said that Darryl is a "beach bum" who has an "awesome" reputation as a surfer. They also reported that Darryl is set to get to know Charlie Buckton (Esther Anderson).[1]

Steve Peacocke plays Darryl Braxton

Peacocke heard about the role from his agent and he told Digital Spy that he was not sure he would suit the part as he is from the country.[2] Peacocke call the audition process "a lot of fun" and said that he got to work with Esther Anderson, which was helpful.[2]

The character of Brax was described to Peacocke as the leader of an "outlaw surfie gang" and the actor said that he thought of all the guys he has met playing sport who are feared.[2] He said "They are generally pretty unassuming and laid back because they are confident that they can handle things when push comes to shove."[2] When asked if anything had surprised him about his character, Peacocke said "Not really – I've learnt a lot from playing the character, though. He comes from a completely different set of circumstances from me. He exists in a world that I was always taught was wrong. But his motivation is universal – he wants to make something of himself and escape a 'normal' life."[2] Channel Seven describe Darryl as having a "dodgy reputation and a chip on his shoulder."[3] He is a surfing legend and has developed a surfing style that makes his fellow competitors look soft.[3] Seven explained that as Darryl is the most fearless of the surfers, he commands a respect from other surfers and finds is useful. However, he is a "reluctant hero", shows a loyalty to his roots and wants to make something of himself.[3] Darryl is the man of the house as his father walked out on his mother, Cheryl (Suzi Dougherty) and his two brothers, Heath (Daniel Ewing) and Casey (Lincoln Younes,) when he was twelve.[3] He tries to keep his younger brothers out of trouble and support his mother at the same time. Darryl has an on off relationship with Tegan, another surfer.[3]

Digital Spy's gay men's blog "Gay Spy" posted pictures of Darryl and Heath shirtless on the beach. Nick Levine writing for them said it looked like it would be worth the wait until the UK airdate of the scenes.[4] He later included pictures of Darryl shirtless again and made lewd insinuations.[5] Inside Soap readers voted Darryl their favourite Braxton sibling."[6]

Heath Braxton

Heath Braxton
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Daniel Ewing
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011–
First appearance 16 February 2011
Classification Present, regular
Profile
Home 33 Saxon Avenue

Heath Braxton, played by Daniel Ewing, made his first on-screen appearance on 16 February 2011. Heath is the second oldest of the Braxton brothers and was initially described as being "feared by cops and the residents of his home town of Mangrove River" and having a short fuse.[1]

Dan Ewing plays Heath Braxton

Heath was the first of The River Boys to be announced, with Ewing's casting revealed on 24 September 2010.[7] Heath is Ewing's second role with Home and Away, having appeared as Reuben Humphries in 2007.[7] For his role, Ewing had to get fit and he joked "I don't think they would cast overweight guys to play surfers, so yeah, I'm sure it was a factor for the producers."[8] He added that he cannot surf well and was relieved that the producers did not test his surfing skills at his audition.[8]

The character of Heath is described as "Mad, bad and dangerous to know."[9] Out of The River Boys, Heath is the most volatile and he is feared by everyone from the police to the Mangrove River residents. Darryl is the only person Heath listens to and he follows his guidance.[9] Channel Seven say Heath "loves the camaraderie and sense of family, not to mention the respect that comes with being a member. It's a privilege to be a River Boy and the worst thing anyone could do ever do is be one and then betray the group."[9] Heath does not back down over anything and he feels that the River Boys are always being blamed for things they have not done.[9] Heath was ten when his father left and his mother love him "extravagantly, but has a volatile relationship with him." Heath has always found his younger brother, Casey (Lincoln Younes), weird for his love of reading.[9] Ewing told Digital Spy that Heath does have a soft side and he promised that viewers will see Heath start to change and more vulnerable aspects to his personality will come out.[10] Of this change, he said "I think even the toughest guys in the Bay have a soft side. It's actually very interesting to watch it unfold and I love finding out why these guys have become who they are."[10] Ewing added that he shares some similarities to his character, they both like to party and stay in shape.[10]

Casey Braxton

Casey Braxton
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Lincoln Younes
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011–
First appearance 17 February 2011
Classification Present, regular
Profile
Home 33 Saxon Avenue
Occupation Student at Summer Bay High
Pizza delivery boy

Casey Braxton, played by Lincoln Younes, made his first on-screen appearance on 17 February 2011. Casey is the youngest of the Braxton brothers. The Daily Telegraph said that Casey is trying to break out of the River Boys mould and that he was kicked out of his last high school.[1]

Lincoln Younes plays Casey Braxton

Younes was planning to go to London to travel and to find himself, but after a successful audition for Home and Away, he decided to cancel his plans to play the part of Casey.[11] Younes told the Bendigo Weekly that he was standing outside the travel agent when he received the call and he spent three days thinking about whether to accept the role.[11] He has moved to Sydney to work on Home and Away.[12]

Casey is described as being a "modern day Rebel Without a Cause."[13] He has never quite fitted in and he does not know what he wants from life. He has been overshadowed by both of his brothers and he has struggled at school.[13] He was expelled from Reefton Lakes High for disruptive behaviour.[13] However, Casey is intelligent and has resisted becoming a typical River Boy, instead he is a loner.[13] Channel Seven said "When Casey eventually makes friends at Summer Bay High his true personality shines through, revealing a courageous, sensitive, mischievous guy, with a sly, laconic wit. However, acceptance at Summer Bay can be seen as betrayal in Mangrove River, putting Casey in conflict with some of his brother's River Boy mates."[13] Casey's mother leaves him to his own devices and he misinterprets that as disapproval from her.[13] Holy Soap questioned whether a new life Summer Bay could be Casey's chance to turn his life around.[14]

In February 2011, it was announced that Casey was to have a fling with Ruby Buckton (Rebecca Breeds), after her romance with Romeo Smith (Luke Mitchell) ends.[15] When Ruby realises that Romeo is back with his girlfriend, she sleeps with Casey. He then takes "great pleasure" in revealing the details about Ruby's relationship with Romeo.[15]

Miranda Jacobs

Miranda Jacobs
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Ashley Cheadle
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011
First appearance 6 April 2011
Last appearance 10 May 2011
Classification Former, recurring

Miranda Jacobs, played by Ashley Cheadle, made her first on-screen appearance on 6 April 2011. Miranda comes to Summer Bay to compete in the Surf Carnival and she begins dating Xavier Austin.

It was revealed in January 2011 that Cheadle had joined the cast of Home and Away as a love interest for one of the characters.[16] Cheadle is a professional surfer and Tania Seager of Yahoo!7 said she is "not the standard beach blond surfer that typifies our Summer Bay culture."[17] Cheadle's character, Miranda, competes against Ruby Buckton (Rebecca Breeds) in the Surf Carnival and Cheadle revealed that she and Breeds did their own stunts, which she said was "fun."[17] Seager said "Miranda also sorts out the boys from the men and gives Xavier a lot to think about."[17] Miranda briefly dates Xavier Austin (David Jones-Roberts) and she is "annoyed" when she discovers that he lied to her about being in university. Miranda gives him a second chance, but Xavier manages to "mess things up" again.[18] Holy Soap said that it had not been confirmed how long Miranda would be in the show.[19]

Xavier Austin delivers pizza to Miranda's house and she flirts with him. Xavier later attends a party at Miranda's home and she assumes he is a university student. They arrange to meet her again and go to a party hosted by Ruby Buckton and Casey Braxton (Lincoln Younes). When April Scott (Rhiannon Fish) is thrown into the swimming pool, Miranda and Xavier help her out and take her home. Miranda invites Xavier to an exhibition at an art gallery and they late fall asleep on the beach. Miranda tells Xavier that she will help train him for the Surf Carnival. Gina Austin (Sonia Todd) invites Miranda to give a talk at Summer Bay High and Miranda discovers Xavier is a school student. Xavier begs Miranda for a second chance, which she agrees to. She helps him out with a pizza delivery, but when she hears him lying to Angelo Rosetta (Luke Jacobz) she tells him that he needs to grow up and leaves. On the day of the Surf Carnival, Ruby Buckton goads Miranda and during the race, Ruby delibretely tries to cut Miranda off. Miranda knocks Ruby into the water and wins the race. Ruby has a go at Miranda for cheating and Xavier stands up for her.

Kieran Monroe

Kieran Monroe
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Andrew Hazzard
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011
First appearance 6 April 2011
Last appearance 5 May 2011
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Occupation Student

Kieran Monroe, played by Andrew Hazzard, made his first on-screen appearance on 6 April 2011. Kieran was introduced as a love interest for Indigo Walker, but his attempts to win her over make him seem "creepy".[20]

Hazzard said joining Home and Away was "fun" and that the cast and crew had been very welcoming.[20] Hazzard described Kieran as being a "quite a straightforward, achievement-orientated guy... in his own mind anyway."[20] Hazzard told Holy Soap that he saw his character as wanting to succeed at his university course and his relationship with Indigo (Samara Weaving). Kieran wants to own a farm and become a great husband and father.[20] Hazzard also felt that Kieran has been "messed around" by people.[20] Kieran meets Indigo at a party and he falls in love with her instantly. Even though she lies to him and he does not know what is happening with their relationship, Kieran cannot stop his feelings of love for her.[20] Kieran meets Indigo's family and Hazzard said that he "tries to be as amiable as he possibly can be. I think he feels if he makes a great impression on Indi's family, then he will have more of a chance with Indi."[20]

Kieran also meets Indigo's ex-boyfriend, Romeo Smith (Luke Mitchell) at the party. Hazzard said that his character "definitely knows something has happened" between Indigo and Romeo and Kieran wants Romeo out of his way.[20] When asked if Kieran is dangerous, Hazzard opined that he thinks his character has a "dangerous streak", but he did not think Kieran would hurt Indigo.[20] The actor explained that Kieran want to be the best he can possibly be and his emotions get the better of him.[20] On playing a bad guy, Hazzard told the website, "I didn't actually see Kieran as a 'bad guy'. Even in his final scene, where he is manhandling Indi out of the bushes and attempting to put her in his car, I feel that he was doing all of that with the best intentions. He says, 'What would your dad say if I left you out here?', and I feel that really was his motivation for wanting to get her back in his car. He really did just want to get her home safely."[20] The actor added that Kieran could appear to come across as a bad guy from the viewer's point of view, but not from his character's. He said "He's lovesick, I think. And as we all know, sometimes love makes us do some crazy things."[20]

Kieran meets Indigo Walker at a party and he later sends her a flirty text. Kieran asks her out and Indigo says that she will get back to him. Romeo Smith then warns Kieran to back off. Indigo accepts Kieran's invitation for a date, but when he wants to meet up again, Indigo tells him that she is busy. Kieran shows up and Indigo's house and he helps Indigo and her brother, Dexter (Charles Cottier), put together some furniture. Indigo tells Kieran that she just got out of a relationship and she is not interested in him. Kieran appears to accept this, but when Indigo goes to a club to see a band, he turns up too. Kieran offers to drive Indigo and Nicole Franklin (Tessa James) and they accept. Kieran drops Nicole off, but tries to take Indigo somewhere else. She panics and asks him to let her out of the car. Kieran does and he drives off. He later comes back to find Indigo, which scares her. He grabs her and is trying to get her into his car, when Romeo arrives. Romeo goes to fight Kieran, but Indigo tells him not to.

Erin Miller of TV Week called Kieran "freaky" and a stalker. She also said that he "kept hanging around Indi like a bad smell."[21] Miller later said Kieran was "a rather intense suitor" and "crazed."[22]

Marty Jones

Marty Jones, played by Matty Lui, made his first appearance on 27 June 2011. Marty is Roo Stewart and Romeo Smith's business acquaintance in Hawaii.

Lui won the role of Marty after an audition in Hawaii.[23] Lui told Yahoo!7, "My agent called me up and said that they are casting a really cool role on the most famous show in Australia and if I was up to auditioning for it, I jumped at the chance and it was awesome working with a super great cast and crew in Hawaii."[23] Lui is a Hawaiian five time surf champion and it helped him with his character, who is also a surfer.[23] Whilst Lui was on the set he taught Samara Weaving to surf.[23] Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker), Romeo Smith (Luke Mitchell) and Indigo Walker (Weaving) travel to Hawaii to attend a tourism exhibition.[24] Marty is Roo and Romeo's business acquaintance and Indigo helps win him over.[24] Marty later makes Indigo a job offer.[24]

Tegan Callahan

Tegan Callahan
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Saskia Burmeister
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011
First appearance 4 July 2011
Last appearance 8 September 2011
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Date of death 8 September 2011

Tegan Mary Callahan, played by Saskia Burmeister, made her first on-screen appearance on 4 July 2011. Tegan is a River Girl and Darryl Braxton's (Steve Peacocke) ex-girlfriend. She comes to Summer Bay to try and win him back.[25][26] The character and casting was announced on 24 April 2011.[27] Burmeister told The Daily Telegraph that she had an extended guest role and the door would be left open for a future return. Burmeister said she would love to come back.[28] The actress revealed she and her husband were finalising a European holiday, just as the offer to appear in Home and Away came through.[28] She also revealed that she bleached her usual brown hair blonde for the role.[27] Burmeister's younger sister, Martika Sullivan, also landed a role in the show at the same time.[28]

Burmeister described Tegan as a bitch and a "naughty character", which she said attracted her to the role.[28] Burmeister is often cast as the girl next door and she relished the chance to play Tegan. She said "I love her. I find myself gasping at what she is doing."[27] The actress added "She's really nasty, dark and menacing and likes to cause trouble."[28] Lizzy Lovette of The Sun-Herald said Tegan is a "manipulative surfer chick", who arrives in the Bay to ruffle some feathers.[27] Peacocke revealed that Tegan comes to town to do his mother's bidding. He told TV Week, "Brax has been butting heads with his mum, Cheryl (Suzi Dougherty), so she decides to contact Tegan to suss out what's going on with [him]."[29] Peacocke explained that Darryl has a soft spot for Tegan because they share a history, but he does not trust her and she is not the type of person he can confide in.[29] Tegan is shocked to learn that Darryl is in a relationship with Charlie Buckton (Esther Anderson).[25] The Daily Star Sunday reported that Tegan will stop at nothing to split Darryl and Charlie up. Darryl wants nothing to do with Tegan and he orders her to leave town after she threatens Charlie.[25] An insider told the paper: "She's devastated when he tells her to leave. But there really is nothing worse than a woman scorned."[25] The Daily Record said Tegan was "certainly a firebrand."[30]

Tegan comes to Angelo's to see Darryl Braxton, after talking to his mother, Cheryl. Tegan asks him about his new girlfriend, but Darryl refuses to give her any details, so she cannot report back to his mother. Tegan tells Heath Braxton (Daniel Ewing) that Darryl has changed and when he mentions that Darryl owns Angelo's, Tegan goes to see Colleen Smart (Lyn Collingwood). Colleen tells Tegan all about the River Boys and Darryl's arrival in Summer Bay. Tegan later spots Darryl with Charlie Buckton. She confronts Charlie, telling her that she knows about her relationship with Darryl and that their secret is not safe with her. Darryl later tells Tegan to leave. Tegan returns and reveals to Darryl that she is dating Jake Pirovic (Fletcher Humphrys). She tells him that Jake knows about Heath's plan to launch a raid on his land and tells Darryl to stop Heath before he gets killed. Tegan later turns up with bags of drugs and Heath helps her hide them. Tegan goes to see Darryl and she kisses him. They have sex and Charlie finds them together. Jake stabs Darryl and Tegan helps him with his injury. She later reveals to Charlie that Darryl is Darcy's father. Tegan tells Darryl and he initially asks for a DNA test, but changes his mind. Casey (Lincoln Younes) overhears Tegan and Cheryl talking and learns Tegan is lying to Darryl. Casey tells Darryl, who confronts Tegan and she reveals Heath is Darcy's real father. Tegan decides to go back to Jake. A storm hits the Bay and Heath takes Darcy to the high school. Tegan arrives and tells Heath he had no right taking Darcy and they leave. Tegan crashes her car and Charlie arrives to help her. Tegan panics when she realises Darcy is missing, but Darryl finds her. Tegan tells Charlie she loves Darryl, but he does not love her. Tegan is pulled out of the car and taken to hospital. She reveals to Darryl that she told Hammer (Benedict Samuel) about him and Charlie. Tegan goes into surgery, but she dies from her injuries.

Harvey Ryan

Harvey Ryan
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Marcus Graham
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011–
First appearance 10 August 2011
Classification Present, recurring
Profile
Occupation Fishing charterer

Harvey Ryan, played by Marcus Graham, made his first on screen appearance on 10 August 2011.[31] The character and casting was announced on 31 July 2011.[32] Graham was originally supposed to have a small guest role, but he asked the producers if he could stay and was contracted until the end of 2012.[32] Of this, Graham told the Herald Sun, "I came in for a couple of episodes and it was just a really, really great experience ... I've worked with Georgie (Parker) before in theatre and we started in the business around the same time and get along very well so I thought, why not?"[32]

Harvey Ryan is described as being the "expert on all things sailing and boating in Summer Bay."[32] He was brought up in Summer Bay and runs a local fishing charter.[31] Of Harvey, the official Home and Away website explained, "Harvey is a big fish in a small pond and more than capable of winning a woman over with his smile, his easy charm and his blokey boatie ways."[31] However, Harvey is capable of making enemies and he gets on the wrong side of many locals, including Romeo Smith (Luke Mitchell), who becomes convinced Harvey trashed his boat to ruin his business.[31] Romeo finds out Harvey has been stealing his clients and copying his ideas, and when his boat is vandalised, Romeo decides to report him to the police. The official website said "The gloves are off and both men settle in for a war."[31] Romeo later apologises to Harvey, but Harvey is not interested and he complains to the council about Romeo and Alf Stewart (Ray Meagher) not having a permit for their mooring.[31]

When Romeo Smith's boat is trashed, he believes Harvey is behind it. He also learns Harvey has stolen some of his clients and has obviously copied his business ideas. Romeo reports Harvey to the police, but Elijah Johnson (Jay Laga'aia) clears Harvey of the crime when he finds the real culprit. Romeo apologises, but Harvey informs him that he has just complained to the council about Romeo's lack of permit for his mooring. Romeo and his partner, Alf, are forced to move their boat, when the council tell them in legal terms, their mooring did not officially exist. Harvey tells Romeo that he is next in line to take over the mooring. However, when he checks it out, he finds it gone. Harvey later confronts Romeo with a story about Alf and the mooring in the paper. Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker) invites three investors to the Bay to look at the Resort site. Due to an impending storm, Alf stops Romeo from using the Blaxland, but Harvey agrees to take them all out in his boat. The bad weather causes Harvey's boat to sink and Romeo and Alf are forced to save Roo, Harvey and the investors. Romeo finds Harvey, who is injured and manages to get him to the hospital. Harvey asks Alf if they could go into business together as he has the mooring and Alf has the boat. Alf persuades Romeo to agree to the deal. Harvey and Roo go on a date, but Roo leaves early. Harvey asks her out again and they go out to dinner. Romeo gets fed up of Harvey neglecting his jobs.

Hammer

Hammer
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Benedict Samuel
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011
First appearance 22 August 2011
Last appearance 19 September 2011
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Date of death 19 September 2011

Harman "Hammer" Pirovic, played by Benedict Samuel, made his first appearance on 22 August 2011.[33] The character and casting was announced on 30 July 2011.[34] Hammer is a member of a gang rivaling the River Boys.[33] His real name is Harman and Samuel told the Herald Sun that he comes to uphold his honour and stir things up in Summer Bay.[33][34] He added "I'm hired muscle, which is kind of ironic since I'm the skinniest person you've ever met. There's a lot of pursed lips and steely looks."[33] The Advertiser described Hammer as a "big, hard guy with a lot of attitude" who plays second fiddle to his brother.[34]

Hammer is a member of Jake Pirovic's (Fletcher Humphrys) gang. While Jake is in prison, Hammer becomes the leader of the gang. He gives Darryl Braxton (Steve Peacocke) a warning and when he learns Heath Braxton (Daniel Ewing) turned witness on Jake for an early release from jail, he threatens the brothers. Hammer and his gang beat Heath up. Heath and some members of the River Boys, retaliate by smashing up Hammer's car. Hammer and his gang set fire to Heath's car and the gangs face off on the beach. They are broken up by the police, but Hammer's gang get ahold of Stu Henderson (Brenton Thwaites) and remove his tattoo. They dump him outside of Darryl and Heath's house. Charlie Buckton (Esther Anderson) and her collegue Georgina Watson (Jacklyn Albergoni) stop Hammer for speeding and they find a large piece of wood. Georgina stays with him to search the rest of his ute, while Charlie goes to stop a brawl between the gangs. Hammer goes to the hospital when he learns Jake's girlfriend, Tegan Callahan (Saskia Burmeister) died. He warns Darryl that the next time they meet, both he and Charlie will be dead. Hammer later tells Darryl that Jake wants to see him suffer, so he and his gang are going to go after Charlie. Someone then shoots Charlie from Hammer's car. One of Charlie's colleagues reveals Hammer was at the station reporting his stolen car when she was shot. Charlie decides to bring in Hammer, but he reveals nothing about the shooting. Hammer attends Tegan's funeral and then confronts Darryl, demanding he gives up his territory. Hammer kidnaps Charlie and tells Darryl to come and save her. Hammer intends to kill them both, but a fight breaks out and Charlie shoots Hammer dead.

Stu Henderson

Stu Henderson
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Brenton Thwaites
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011–
First appearance 23 August 2011
Classification Present, recurring
Profile
Occupation Student

Stu Henderson, played by Brenton Thwaites, made his first appearance on 23 August 2011.[35] Shortly after Thwaites relocated to Sydney from Cairns in April 2011, he was given the five-month recurring role of Stu on Home and Away.[35][36] He called the show a great learning experience and said his co-stars were easy to work with.[37] Tristan Swanwick of The Courier-Mail said Thwaites' character is part of a major storyline, which lasts for the rest of the year.[36]

Stu is a new member of the Bay's River Boys. The Gold Coast Mail called him "another pot-stirring River Boy who comes in to 'rock The Bay'."[35] Swanwick said Thwaites was too a "bit too pretty to be a bad-ass River Boy", but a few fake tattoos would fix that.[36] Of his character, Thwaites told The Courier-Mail, "Stu's awesome, he has some fights, he gets the girls, it's awesome fun." Thwaites also told The Cairns Post that Stu would come in and steal the heart of a "beautiful young lady."[38] The River Boys rival's are Hammer's (Benedict Samuel) gang. Hammer targets Stu as he is new and he gets his "Blood & Sand" tattoo sliced off his arm.[39] Steve Peacocke (who plays Darryl Braxton) said "They chose the youngest and freshest face to send out a warning, and that's just fuel for the fire."[39] The attack on Stu, prompts a brawl between the River Boys and Hammer's gang.[39]

Stu becomes a member of The River Boys and is excited to show off his new tattoo at school. Stu and Heath Braxton (Daniel Ewing) come across Hammer's (Benedict Samuel) car and trash it, which sparks a gang war. The two gangs face off on the beach, but are broken up by the police. Shortly after, Hammer's gang get ahold of Stu and remove his tattoo. They dump him outside of Darryl (Steve Peacocke) and Heath's house. Stu goes to the hospital and has surgery on his arm. Stu meets Sasha Bezmel (Demi Harman) and they spend the day together. Sid Walker (Robert Mammone) does not approve of Stu and warns him to stay away from his daughter.

Sasha Bezmel

Sasha Bezmel
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Demi Harman
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011–
First appearance 31 August 2011
Classification Present, regular
Profile
Home The Farmhouse
Occupation Waitress

Sasha Bezmel, played by Demi Harman, made her first on screen appearance on 31 August 2011.[40] Harman relocated from Brisbane to Sydney for the role, which she said was a dream come true.[40] Sasha is Sid Walker's (Robert Mammone) fifteen year old, illegitimate daughter. Sid fathered her during a brief affair, while he was married.[41] Sasha's mother, Regina, is killed in a car accident and she and her half-brother, Felix (Max Felice) are orphaned.[40] Felix goes to live with his biological father and Sasha is forced to move to Summer Bay to be with her father and half-siblings, Indigo (Samara Weaving) and Dexter (Charles Cottier).[40] Of her character Harman said "I just fell in love with her. Sasha is sassy, angry, stubborn and has a rebellious streak. I feel very honoured to have this opportunity."[40] The official Home and Away website, said Sasha feels Sid has not had a role in her life, so she has no respect or love for him.[42] They explained "Though she's happy to meet with other half-siblings, in Dex and Indi, she is uncontrollable, naughty and independent."[42] The website added Sasha is at an age where girls want to go "wild and ruin their future."[42] She just wants to raise enough money to leave the Bay.[42]

Demi Harman plays Sasha Bezmel

Sasha goes to the hospital to see Sid, after he cancels their meeting. Sasha tells Sid she will wait for him and when he has finished working, he takes her to his house. Sasha meets her half siblings, Dexter and Indigo, who try to make her feel welcome. Sasha tells them when she is sixteen she is going to leave, but she needs to raise the money to support herself first. She goes to the Surf Club to look for a job and meets Romeo Smith (Luke Mitchell). Sasha asks Romeo where she can find Marilyn Chambers (Emily Symons) and he takes her to Summer Bay House, but Marilyn is not there. Sasha flirts with Romeo and he tells her he is married. Romeo later comes to the farm and realises who Sasha is. Sasha goes to the church and talks to Elijah Johnson (Jay Laga'aia). Elijah takes Sasha to meet Marilyn, who tells her she does not have any work available. Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker) introduces Sasha to Leah Patterson-Baker (Ada Nicodemou) and she is offered a weeks trial at the Diner. Sasha receives a call from Felix and learns he has run away from his father and wants to stay with her. A storm hits the Bay and Sasha and Felix take refuge in John Palmer's (Shane Withington) house. Sasha finds John collapsed on the floor and she calls Sid who sends an ambulance. Xavier Austin (David Jones-Roberts) catches Sasha and Felix stealing food and they leave the house. Felix then hides in the school. At the end of her first shift in the Diner, Sasha steals all the money from the till and goes to collect Felix, but he is missing. Roo finds Sasha, who gives back the stolen money, and they go to see Felix at the hospital. Sid asks Felix's father to give him custody of his son, so the siblings can remain together, but Felix's father refuses and they leave. Roo convinces Leah to give Sasha another chance. Sasha skips her first day of school to hang out with Stu Henderson (Brenton Thwaites). Sid catches them together and tells Stu to stay away from Sasha, but he later relents and allows them to date each other. Stu asks Sasha for a sexy picture and she sends him a topless photo of herself. Dex sees the photo and tries to talk to Sasha, but she takes off with Stu.

Sasha is delighted when Stu tells her he loves her. Stu confronts Sasha when she does not reply to his texts. She tells him she did not have any credit, but Stu becomes angry and thinking she may have moved on, he slaps her. Sasha is shocked, but after Stu apologises and gives her a ring, she takes him back. Sid accuses Sasha and Stu of stealing his prescription pad, but they both deny taking it. April Scott (Rhiannon Fish) confesses she took the pad and Sid apologises to Sasha. Stu draws a picture for Sasha and she gets it tattooed on her stomach. When Sasha shows her tattoo to Stu, he slaps her across the face. Sid walks into the middle of the argument and he decides to take Sasha to dinner. Sasha is disappointed when Sid cancels, due to work. Stu arrives and apologies to Sasha, who forgives him. Stu sees Sasha talking to another boy and when she receives a text from him, Stu slaps her once more. Sasha screams at Stu to leave and later talks to Ruby Buckton (Rebecca Breeds) about breaking up with him. Sasha gives her ring back to Stu and he becomes angry and steals Xavier's car. Stu returns and insists Sasha gets in the car, she does and he begs her to give him another chance. Sasha agrees and accepts her ring back.

Mark

Mark, played by Shane Emmett, made his first on screen appearance on 22 September 2011.[43] Emmett has an extended guest turn on the show.[43] The actor is the brother of late Home and Away actress Belinda Emmett (who played Rebecca Fisher) and he told The Daily Telegraph, "Of all the gigs, I knew it would be difficult because Belinda spent so much of her professional time there. And there are a lot of the characters Belinda used to work with still there, so I found myself surrounded by her."[43] Mark is the wealthy boyfriend of Gypsy Nash (Kimberley Cooper).[44] He and Gypsy's daughter, Lily (Charlie Rose Maclennan), do not get on well as she is not ready for a new man in her and her mother's life.[44]

Hayley O'Connor

Hayley O'Connor
Home and Away character
Portrayed by Alyssa McClelland
Introduced by Cameron Welsh
Duration 2011
First appearance 10 October 2011
Last appearance 24 October 2011
Classification Former, recurring
Profile
Occupation Lawyer

Hayley O'Connor, played by Alyssa McClelland, made her first on screen appearance on 10 October 2011.[45] McClelland perviously appeared in Home and Away as Brooke MacPherson.[46] Hayley is Casey Braxton's (Lincoln Younes) lawyer and she comforts his older brother, Darryl (Steve Peacocke), when he is sent to jail.[45] Of Hayley and Darryl, Peacocke said "Hayley is quite cunning, because she knows he's in a bad place. She sees the opportunity to go in when he's at his low point."[45] Darryl's on-off girlfriend, Charlie Buckton (Esther Anderson), later sees the pair kissing and believes Darryl has moved on.[45] Peacocke also confirmed there would be an "air of intrigue surrounding Hayley and her intentions", adding there will be a mystery as to why Hayley is in Summer Bay.[45] Charlie becomes jealous when she sees Darryl giving Hayley a surfing lesson.[46] The official Home and Away website said McClelland had to brave the elements "in a bikini on a freezing cold windy day at Palm Beach."[46]

Hayley defends Casey Braxton in court, following his charge of arson. Hayley outs Charlie Buckton's relationship with Casey's brother, Darryl. Despite her efforts, Casey is found guilty and sent to Juvenile Detention. The next day, Charlie runs into Hayley, who gives her the impression she is dating Darryl. Later that evening, Hayley kisses Darryl before they go out to dinner. Darryl gives Hayley a surfing lesson on the beach. Charlie calls round to Darryl's house and she finds Hayley there. Hayley then spends the night with Darryl. When Darryl is taken in for questioning about a robbery, he uses Hayley as his alibi. However, Hayley denies being with Darryl and she tells him about her false statement just before she leaves town.

Others

Date(s) Character Actor Circumstances
24 January Judge Rhett Walton A Judge at Alf Stewart's court hearing.
24 January Clerk Anthony Milne A clerk that briefly appears.
27 January– Summer Horgan-Jones Jaimee Taylor-Nielsen Summer is a new student at Summer Bay High who befriends Ruby Buckton, Romeo Smith and Xavier Austin. Summer takes a liking to Xavier and kisses him, not knowing Xavier's girlfriend April Scott is looking on. Summer attends a party and gets drunk. Dexter Walker looks after her. April and Xavier set Summer up with Dexter and they all go on a double date. Summer leaves early after realising that Dexter likes April. Summer runs into Xavier and she tells him that she is going to a party. She manages to persuade Xavier to end his work shift and come with her. On their way to the party, Xavier crashes his bike and Summer is left with a broken arm and concussion. Summer flirts with Casey Braxton at a party and he kisses her to make Ruby Buckton jealous.
27 January– Jase McKenzie Nick Bartlett Jase is a bully who picks on VJ. Dexter Walker tries to protect him, Jase brawls with him, punching Dexter in the face. He later causes April Scott to break down.
31 January Constable Nader Michele-Antonio Mattiuzzi Constable Nader brings the real Shandi Palmer into the police station for questioning.
31 January–1 February Shandi Palmer Elizabeth Blackmore Shandi Palmer is John Palmer's daughter. She is brought to the police station where it is revealed that her identity was stolen by her friend, Daria Hennessey. She later goes to meet John for the first time.
1 February Park Worker Peter Cridland Angelo Rosetta bribes the man with money, in return he sends Daria to him.
1 February Lifesaver Christian Miranda A life guard working on the beach with John.
2 February René Lisle Akos Armont René is the French friend of April Scott, she talks to him online for a while, he appeared on webcam in one episode.
9 February Stephanie Jacinta Acevski Stephanie is a tour guide at Open week. She tries to reassure Nicole Franklin that there are many pregnant students at the university.
9 February Simone Bollen Angela Bauer Simone is a lecturer at the university. Nicole approaches her about doing a second year course, she tells her she will not be able to cope with this whilst pregnant.
9 February Evan Ryan Oliver Gelbart Evan meets Nicole at a toga party at university. He likes her and they spend the day together. They kiss, Nicole informs him she is pregnant. He tells her he is sorry and is no longer interested in her.
18–21 February Rick Curtis Oakes Rick hangs around on the beach with the River Boys. He helps Pee Wee kidnap Dexter he then tells the police it was a prank.
18 February– Pee Wee Ty Hungerford Pee Wee is Rick's accomplice in kidnapping Dexter after he films them. He is seen again when the police question them. Pee Wee goes to Charlie Buckton's birthday party at Angelo's. He gets drunk and tries to flirt with all the women there. Heath Braxton later takes him outside. The next day, Charlie reveals to Heath that Pee Wee was bashed and is in hospital. Pee Wee tries to complete a drug deal on board Romeo Smith's boat, but is caught by the police.
21 February–31 May Brodie Upton Guy Edmonds Brodie arrives as part of the River Boys. He gets on the wrong side of Colleen Smart and begins to harass her. When she is abducted in her caravan, Colleen accuses him. He pleads his innocence. He gives Colleen money, believing he may have been the cause of her abduction. Brodie is involved in harvesting a marijuana crop for the Braxton's. He takes Angelo Rosetta to the hospital when he is knocked unconscious. Brodie is set up by the Braxton brothers, but he escapes the Police and threatens the brothers with a gun. He then turns himself in. Brodie is brought to the hospital with stomach pains. He manages to take Nicole Franklin hostage, before escaping. Brodie goes to Darryl for help. He witnesses an exchange between Darryl and Charlie Buckton and asks Darryl to help him escape from the country. He also tells Darryl to get out of the relationship with Charlie.
23 February– Emily Logan Madison Kerry Emily is a Summer Bay student. She appears in a corridor and taunts Dexter. When April tries to help him, Emily has a go at her too until Bianca stops her. Emily later teases April when they are paired up for an assignment. Emily briefly dates Romeo Smith. Emily comes to see Sid Walker at the hospital and he confirms that she has chlamydia. She then tells him that she caught it off Romeo.
23 February–9 March Rob Matty Burn
25 February–15 March Leo Haydn Robertson A River Boy that appears in one episode along side the main gang.
24 February–4 April Grace Johnson Clare Chihambakwe[47] Grace arrives with her son Thabo and new husband Elijah Johnson. She has married Elijah so she can come to Australia and save Thabo's life. She later decides that she wants Elijah for real. Morag Bellingham tries to befriend her and finds out about the sham marriage. Grace is left devastated when Thabo dies. Grace and Elijah consummate their relationship, but Grace believes that Elijah still loves Leah Patterson-Baker. Two immigration officers arrive and question Grace and Elijah. They later take Grace away and Morag tells her that Thabo told a nurse that he believed that her marriage to Elijah was a sham. Grace then makes a statement and asks that Elijah is not punished.
24 February–21 March Thabo Manthenga Joshua Mbakwe[47] Thabo arrives with his mother Grace Johnson who has married Elijah so he can receive treatment. He is immediately taken to hospital where Sid Walker agrees to do everything he can for him. He starts to get better and is later released from hospital and becomes friends with VJ Patterson. Thabo becomes ill again and has to have an operation. He goes into arrest and Sid and his fellow doctors try to save him, but Thabo dies.
2 March 2011– Cheryl Braxton Suzi Dougherty Cheryl is the mother of Darryl, Heath and Casey Braxton. She comes to the High School to talk with Gina Austin about Casey. Charlie Buckton later pulls Cheryl over for speeding. Cheryl kicks Casey out when he decides to stay in school instead of working with her.
10 March Bill Lawson Ian McPhee Charlie Buckton visits Bill at the Caravan Park to find out more information about Darryl Braxton.
10 March Cameron Sangster Jo Turner Cameron is Darryl Braxton's lawyer. He asks Charlie Buckton to drop that charges against Darryl.
14 March– Keith Irwin Alan Lovell Keith runs a victims of crime group that Colleen Smart and Morag Bellingham attend. Colleen meets up with Keith again and he takes her to volunteer at a shelter. Colleen and Keith kiss and they go on a picnic with Leah Patterson-Baker and Miles Copeland. The police raid Keith's home and find marijuana. Colleen is devastated and breaks up with him. Keith later comes to the diner to speak to her.
14 March Teena Paige Gardiner Colleen Smart attends a victims of crime group and listens to Teena's story of how she was held hostage.
14 March Mick Michael Howlett Another member of the victims of crime group that Colleen attends.
18–29 March Angus McCathie Tim Pocock[48] Angus is a university student in Nicole Franklin's class. He and Nicole go on a date to Angelo's. Angus walk Nicole home and they kiss. Angus goes to an antenatal class with Nicole and he learns that she is giving her baby to Marilyn Chambers. He later tells Nicole that he needs to step back from their relationship.
5 April Janelle Riley Dina Gillespie Janelle runs the Bayside Mission and she employs Elijah Johnson to help out.
22–26 April Billy McVeigh Dallas Bigelow[49] Billy comes to the Bayside Mission looking for a room. Elijah Johnson tries to help him out and tells Billy that he can stay in his caravan. Billy later attacks Elijah. Billy asks Romeo Smith for a job and Romeo later asks him to help out on his boat. Morag Bellingham calls the police on Billy and he is arrested. He is let out on bail and Colleen Smart sees him walking along the beach. Elijah confronts him and Billy tries to attack him again, but Elijah manages to restrain him. They then talk and agree to drop the charges against each other.
27 April–2 June Vanessa Unley Sarah Chadwick Vanessa is an old friend of Gina Austin. She comes to the Bay to catch up with Gina.[50] Gina drives Xavier, April Scott and Vanessa to a music festival, but when the festival is cancelled, Vanessa suggests that she and Gina go camping. They have a picnic lunch instead and then rescue Xavier and John, after their car is stuck in the mud.
27 April–21 June George Charlie Clancy-Agius
Scarlett Collum
Jack Place
Luca Raymond
Will Conder
Skye Faulks
George is the son of Nicole Franklin and Penn Graham.[51] After finding out she is pregnant, Nicole decides to give the baby to Marilyn Chambers. Nicole goes into labour on the beach and Angelo Rosetta helps her to deliver a baby boy. After arriving at the hospital, Nicole gives the baby to Marilyn, who names him George. George often cries, which leads Marilyn to think that she is doing something wrong. When Marilyn leavs Nicole alone with George, he begins crying and Nicole breastfeeds him. Marilyn then asks Nicole to stay away from the baby, but she later backs down. Nicole later tells Marilyn that she wants George back and Marilyn takes George. However, she returns him and Nicole leaves Summer Bay with him and Angelo.
9–10 May Gary O'Connor Grant Dodwell[52] Gary is the President of Wilson's Bay Surf Club and John Palmer's rival. Gary comes to Summer Bay for a photo shoot with John the day before the Surf Carnival. John uses Twitter to tell everyone how Gary cheated in the 1975 Surfing Carnival. Gary declares war on John. Wilson's Beach lose and Gary has a heart attack.
24 May Carla Rosetta Cris Parker Carla is Angelo Rosetta's mother. She goes to the hospital to visit her son and meets Roo Stewart and Nicole Franklin.
3 June–19 July Laura Carmody Roxanne Wilson Laura is a friend of Roo Stewart and she arrives in Summer Bay to catch up with her.[53] Laura and Roo decide to go into business together to organise a fund-raising opportunity for an African hospital. Laura flirts with and later kisses Elijah Johnson. They then begin dating. Laura helps organise the B&S Ball and sells tickets to the River Boys. Laura decides to leave and she takes Roo's money.
9 June Douglas Graham Shane Porteous Douglas is the grandfather of Penn Graham. Douglas comes to the Bay to meet his great-grandson, George.[54]
16–22 June Kate Hanlon Mikayla Southgate Dexter Walker is accused of cheating on his trials, when his fellow student, Kate looks at his paper. Kate asks Dex for help with her school work and in return she poses as his girlfriend. Kate later works out that Dexter likes April Scott and they fake a break up.
15 July–9 August Dean O'Mara Rick Donald[55] Dean and his sister, Kelly, arrive in Summer Bay for the B&S Ball. The next day, Dean is in a hurry to leave, but Kelly refuses to go with him. Dean returns two weeks later to visit Kelly and to get her to sign over her share in some farm land. When Kelly refuses, Dean gets angry and John Palmer tells him to leave. Bianca Scott, who was date raped at the B&S Ball, sees Dean on the beach and realises he was the one who raped her. While in his car, Dean runs Bianca down. Liam Murphy assults Dean, who is arrested for raping and running down Bianca.
15 July–2 September Kelly O'Mara Martika Sullivan[28] Kelly and her brother, Dean, arrive in Summer Bay for the B&S Ball. Kelly is attracted to Xavier Austin. She refuses to leave the Bay with her brother and stays with Xavier and his parents. She also gets a job at Angelo's. Kelly and Xavier go horse riding and begin dating. Dean returns and tries to get Kelly to sign over some land she owns, but she refuses. Kelly decides to leave town after Dean is arrested for raping Bianca Scott. Xavier follows her to the farm, which delights Kelly. Xavier stays for a while, but decides he needs to go home to his mother.
22–26 July Mick Ben Barber A river boy, who talks to Heath Braxton about an upcoming raid on a rival gang. He later burns a newspaper, featuring a story on a drugs bust, in front of Charlie Buckton. He also threatens Bianca Scott and Liam Murphy.
22 July–12 August Jake Pirovic Fletcher Humphrys Jake is the leader of a rival surf gang. He dates Tegan Callahan. Jake is arrested alongside Heath Braxton, but later released. He demands his drugs back from Darryl Braxton and kidnaps Casey Braxton and Ruby Buckton. Darryl gives the drugs back to Jake, but when he realises some are missing, he attacks Darryl. Jake is later sent to jail.
25 July– Darcy Callahan Alea O'Shea Darcy is Tegan Callahan's daughter. Darcy believes her father is Darryl Braxton and she enjoys spending time with him. However, Tegan later reveals her real father is Heath Braxton.
23 August–1 September Rhonda O'Mara May Lloyd Rhonda is Dean and Kelly O'Mara's mother. She is not happy when Xavier Austin turns up at the farm to see Kelly. Rhonda puts him to work around the farm, but is far from impressed by his efforts.
5–16 September Felix Max Felice Felix is Sasha Bezmel's half-brother. He runs away from his father's house and comes to Summer Bay to stay with Sasha. The siblings are caught up in a storm and seek shelter at John Palmer's house. Felix and Sasha find John collapsed on the floor and Sasha calls an ambulance, before they leave the house. Felix stays in the toilets of the empty High School and he is injured when VJ Patterson throws a rock through the window. Felix is taken to the hospital, where he is reunited with Sasha. Sid Walker contacts Felix's father and asks him if Felix can stay with Sasha. His request is denied and Felix leaves.
18–25 October Benji Andrew Steel Benji is a River Boy who was recently released from prison. He asks Darryl Braxton for a job and Darryl offers him a delivery job at his restaurant, which Benji turns down. He later robs a petrol station. Darryl comes to Benji and threatens him for information about the robbery. The police bring Benji in for questioning and he tells them Darryl was driving the getaway car.
18–22 October Simon Peet Rory Williamson Simon runs a petrol station and is the victim of a robbery. He talks to Charlie Buckton about the crime and he later asks her out. They go to the Diner for coffee, but Charlie tells him she does not want to start a relationship with him.
3 November– Dallas Phillips Emma Griffin[56] Dallas turns up in Summer Bay during schoolies. Xavier Austin reveals Dallas' nickname is the "virgin slayer". Dallas takes a shine to Dexter Walker and during a party, she kisses him. Dexter explains he has a girlfriend and leaves.

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