List of Home and Away characters (2013)

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Zac MacGuire
Home and Away character
Portrayed byCharlie Clausen
Introduced byLucy Addario
First appearance22 January 2013
ClassificationPresent, regular
Profile
OccupationPrison education officer (until 2013)
Teacher (2013–)
 
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Home and Away is an Australian television soap opera. It was first broadcast on the Seven Network on 17 January 1988. The following is a list of characters that first appeared or will appear in 2013, by order of first appearance. All characters are introduced by the soap's executive producer, Lucy Addario. The 26th season of Home and Away began airing from 21 January 2013.[1] Zac MacGuire, Courtney Freeman, Maddy Osborne, Spencer Harrington and Rosie Prichard made their debuts in the same month. Chris Harrington and Ricky Sharpe arrived in April.

Zac MacGuire[edit]

Zac MacGuire
Home and Away character
Portrayed byCharlie Clausen
Introduced byLucy Addario
First appearance22 January 2013
ClassificationPresent, regular
Profile
OccupationPrison education officer (until 2013)
Teacher (2013–)

Zac MacGuire, played by Charlie Clausen, made his first screen appearance on 22 January 2013.[2] The character and casting was announced on 13 January 2013.[2] A TV Week reporter noted that the role marked something of a return to acting for Clausen.[2] Of his casting, Clausen commented "I'm very excited to join the cast of Home and Away. I found out I got the role on my birthday and I couldn't think of a better gift. It's a fantastic opportunity for any actor and I've been made to feel really welcome by the cast, crew and production team. I'm looking forward to 2013 and beyond."[3]

Zac is a prison education officer who encounters Casey Braxton (Lincoln Younes) when he breaks up a brawl. Clausen revealed that Zac has been asked to keep an eye on Casey by Natalie Davison (Catherine Mack).[2] The actor stated that Zac is "a good guy", who began working in the prison system after spending time inside when he was younger. Clausen said "At a young age he made a mistake, and that has dictated every choice he's made since."[2]

Natalie asks Zac to look out for Casey when he is taken to Crestview Correctional Centre. He introduces himself to Casey, but Courtney Freeman (Joshua Brennan) teases him. Zac provokes Casey into punching him to earn him the respect of other inmates. Zac begins to jog with Natalie and reveals that he still has feelings for her. When her ex-boyfriend Darryl Braxton (Steve Peacocke) appears to ignore her, Natalie kisses Zac and they begin dating again. Darryl witnesses the kiss and he confronts Zac about Casey being attacked in prison. When Courtney stabs Casey, Zac tries to help him get released from prison early. He also arranges for Jamie Sharpe (Hugo Johnstone-Burt) to be transferred, which costs him his job. Zac then successfully applies for a teaching position at Summer Bay High. On his first day of teaching, Zac takes his class off school property and is reprimanded by principal Bianca Scott (Lisa Gormley). Zac is liked by the students and helps Jett James (Will McDonald) cope with the loss of his mother, Gina. Student Holly Chapman (Sasha Vivian Riding) develops a crush on Zac.

Courtney Freeman[edit]

Courtney Freeman, played by Joshua Brennan, made his first screen appearance on 22 January 2013.[4] The character and casting was announced on 14 January 2013.[4] Courtney is an inmate at Crestview Correctional Centre, which Casey Braxton (Lincoln Younes) has to attend for his part in a failed robbery. Casey's efforts to try and keep to himself fail when Courtney notices him and they have a "run-in".[4] Younes described Courtney as being a "stereotypical prison bully."[4] When Casey is placed in the prison kitchens, Courtney asks him to keep an eye on some food delivery that contain drugs. When Casey stands up to Courtney and refuses, he is left "battered and bruised" by the encounter.[5]

Courtney takes a dislike to Casey and begins to make his stay difficult. He orders Casey to help with drug smuggling and attacks him when he refuses. When Jamie Sharpe (Hugo Johnstone-Burt) arrives at the facility, Courtney learns of the Braxton's animosity with the Sharpe family. He uses his gang to intimidate Jamie into beating Casey up.

Maddy Osborne[edit]

Maddy Osborne
Home and Away character
Portrayed byKassandra Clementi
Introduced byLucy Addario
First appearance24 January 2013
ClassificationPresent, regular
Profile
HomeCaravan Park
OccupationStudent

Madeleine "Maddy" Osborne, played by Kassandra Clementi, made her first screen appearance on 24 January 2013.[6] The character was first seen during an official promo for the 2013 season.[7] Clementi's casting was announced on 6 January 2013.[6] The actress revealed that she was homesick for Australia and thought it was "a wonderful opportunity" to join Home and Away.[6] She stated that she wanted to make Maddy "one of the most loved characters in Summer Bay."[6]

Maddy is a teen runaway, who arrives in the Bay with Spencer Harrington (Andrew Morley). Maddy falls ill and she and Spencer are found living in the local high school.[5] They later turn up on the doorstep of Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker) and Harvey Ryan's (Marcus Graham) home.[6][7] Clementi's co-star, Lynne McGranger (Irene Roberts), told Amie Parker-Williams from Digital Spy that Maddy and Spencer arrive with a secret and that an older brother, Chris (Johnny Ruffo), would also turn up and create some drama.[7] The character's introduction comes after producers announced that they would feature more fostering storylines in the show.[7] Clementi described Maddy as being "an energetic and very loving young girl who is mature and wise beyond her 16 years. She can be a perfectionist and works hard to achieve her goals. She has a passion and flair for music - especially the violin."[8]

Maddy and Spencer, go to the Summer Bay Caravan Park and ask Roo Stewart for caravan. The following day, they eat breakfast in The Diner, but cannot pay for it. Spencer promises to come back with the money. While she is on the beach, Maddy meets Romeo Smith (Luke Mitchell), who offers to give her surfing lessons. She and Spencer later spend the night on a boat, before moving to the local high school. Roo learns that they are there and when Maddy gets sick, Spencer calls her. She and Harvey bring them both back to Summer Bay House for the night. Maddy and Spencer run away, but struggle out in the bush. They return to the caravan park and discover Romeo locked in the shed. Maddy fetches Roo to help and she and Spencer decide that they can trust her. Maddy later reveals that she and Spencer are not brother and sister, but lovers. Maddy explains that she and Spencer met at school and began dating, but his father did not approve of their relationship. They ran away to be together. Roo and Harvey take Maddy to the hospital and she is diagnosed with viral meningitis. Shortly after she is released from the hospital, Maddy's mother comes to see her. Spencer decides that they should return home and leave.

Spencer Harrington[edit]

Spencer Harrington
Home and Away character
Portrayed byAndrew Morley
Introduced byLucy Addario
First appearance24 January 2013
ClassificationPresent, regular
Profile
Date of birth25 April 1996[9]
HomeCaravan Park
OccupationStudent

Spencer Harrington, played by Andrew Morley, made his first screen appearance on 24 January 2013.[5][6] The character was first seen during a promotional trailer for the serial's 2013 season.[7] On 22 January, Home and Away released Morley's official cast shots.[10]

Spencer is a teen runaway, who arrives in Summer Bay with Maddy Osborne (Kassandra Clementi).[6][7] They initially set up home in the local high school, but are discovered by Sasha Bezmel (Demi Harman). Clementi revealed that Maddy and Spencer are trying to cover up a secret and that they are scared of what their parents will do when they find out where they are.[5] They later turn up at Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker) and Harvey Ryan's (Marcus Graham) home.[6][7] It was also announced that new character, Chris (Johnny Ruffo), would be related to Maddy and Spencer and that he would create some drama for them.[7] Maddy and Spencer's introductions came shortly after producers announced that they would feature more fostering storylines in the show.[5][7] Describing his character, Morley said "Spencer is genuine, confident and a big charmer. He has a quality that turns heads and his positive attitude enlightens those around him. Spencer is a romantic, loyal and selfless man that puts the ones he cares for above and beyond himself."[10]

Spencer and Maddy come to the Summer Bay Caravan Park to ask Roo Stewart for caravan. At The Diner, Spencer reveals that he cannot pay for their meal, but promises to come back with the money. He later works off his debt and tells Roo that his parents are dead. Spencer and Maddy spend the night on a boat, before moving to the local high school. Spencer becomes concerned when Maddy gets sick. When they learn that Roo knows they are staying at the school, Spencer and Maddy initially disagree about contacting her. However, Maddy's health deteriorates and Spencer calls Roo. She and Harvey bring them back to Summer Bay House for the night. Spencer and Maddy later run away, but struggle out in the bush. They return to the caravan park and discover an injured Romeo Smith (Luke Mitchell) in the shed. Maddy fetches Roo to help and she and Spencer later decide that they can trust Roo. Spencer is given a job in the bait shop and Maddy reveals that they are not brother and sister, but lovers.

Rosie Prichard[edit]

Rosie Prichard
Home and Away character
Portrayed byTeri Haddy
Introduced byLucy Addario
First appearance30 January 2013
Last appearance15 July 2013
ClassificationFormer, recurring
Profile
OccupationStudent

Rosie Prichard, played by Teri Haddy, made her first screen appearance on 30 January 2013.[2][11] The character and casting was announced on 13 January 2013.[2] Shortly after she relocated to Sydney in May 2012, Haddy won the role of Rosie.[2] She is six years older than her character, who is sixteen upon her entrance.[2] Haddy called her character "sweet, but awkward" and noted that she is a bit of "a loner".[2] Rosie has always lived in Summer Bay, but has never been seen on-screen before.[2] She looks up to Sasha Bezmel (Demi Harman) and when they eventually becomes friends, Sasha invites her to a party. Haddy revealed "Rosie hears she used to be with Casey and gets excited because, to her, he's like royalty in Summer Bay."[2]

Teri Haddy plays Rosie Prichard

In early April, Rosie was raped by fellow student Alexander Mullens (Louis McIntosh).[12] Haddy explained "It's Rosie's first boyfriend and because he paid her all this attention and she felt really special, at first she doesn't see it as him attacking her. They were spending time together kissing, so she feels like she brought this on herself."[12] Rosie goes to Sasha and Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker) and tells them what has happened to her. She also goes to the police to report Mullens.[12] Haddy told Erin Miller from TV Week that she did research into how teenage girls have coped with being sexually assaulted. She also hoped the storyline would show girls that they do not have to be afraid to say no to what the guy is asking.[12]

Rosie and Sasha Bezmel pair up for a science assignment. Sasha tries to get Rosie to touch a crab at the pier, but she becomes scared and falls into the sea. Sasha then jumps in to help her and after having lunch together, they become friends. Rosie is invited to a toga party at Sasha's home and she is excited to meet Sasha's ex-boyfriend, Casey Braxton (Lincoln Younes). She later mistakes his kindness for flirting. Sasha notices Rosie talking to Natalie Davison (Catherine Mack) and presumes that Rosie has problems. She begins to question Rosie about her family. Rosie refuses to let Sasha stay over her house and pays Tilda Hogan (Gigi Perry) to pretend to be her false sister Hannah. Sasha discovers Tilda's identity and follows Rosie home, when she confronts her, Rosie reveals that her father splits his time between her and his secondary family in the city. When Sasha befriends Maddy Osborne (Kassandra Clementi), Rosie becomes jealous. She decides to run into the sea, despite not being able to swim well and Sasha has to run in and save her. However, both girls get caught in a rip and have to be saved by Casey and John Palmer (Shane Withington). Sasha distances herself from Rosie, who befriends some other teens from the school. Rosie kisses Alexander Mullens and he brags about taking advantage of her. Sasha tries to get Rosie to stop hanging out with Mullens, but she refuses. While on a date, Mullens rapes Rosie and she initially blames herself for what has happened. Sasha supports Rosie and she reports Mullens to the police. She later meets another of his victims and soon learns that she is pregnant. Rosie decides to keep the baby.

Chris Harrington[edit]

Chris Harrington
Home and Away character
Portrayed byJohnny Ruffo
Introduced byLucy Addario
First appearance1 April 2013
ClassificationPresent, recurring
Profile
HomeCaravan Park
Johnny Ruffo plays Chris Harrington

Chris Harrington, played by Johnny Ruffo, made his first screen appearance in 1 April 2013.[13][14] The character and Ruffo's casting was announced on 19 October 2012.[15] Ruffo told Christine Sams from the The Sydney Morning Herald that he had asked his agent to check out what roles were available, when the Home and Away part came up.[14] After his first audition, he received a callback for a second audition. Ruffo called himself "very fortunate" after learning he had won the role because quite a few people also tried out for it.[14] Home and Away marks Ruffo's acting debut and he relocated from Perth to Sydney for filming.[16][17] He was initially contracted to appear in about sixteen episodes and he began shooting his first scenes in September.[15][17] Ruffo's contract was later extended.[18] Of his casting, Ruffo stated "I'm thrilled to be joining Home and Away. The cast and crew have made me feel so welcome and can't wait for everyone to meet my character Chris next year."[16]

Chris is Spencer Harrington's (Andrew Morley) older brother.[13] He comes to Summer Bay to visit Spencer and convince him to return home and sort things out with his family.[19] Ruffo thought that the scriptwriters had written the character just for him and he described Chris as being "fun and cheeky, he's a bit of a ladies' man and a little bit cheesy like me. He's a traveller who has been around, much like myself."[20] The actor also called him "a lover, not a fighter" and added that he likes to stir the pot.[19] Sams wrote that Chris may become the "focal point" of a romantic storyline and some family dramas.[14]

Ricky Sharpe[edit]

Ricky Sharpe
Home and Away character
Portrayed byBonnie Sveen
Introduced byLucy Addario
First appearance2 April 2013
ClassificationPresent, regular

Erica "Ricky" Sharpe,[21] played by Bonnie Sveen, made her first screen appearance on 2 April 2013.[22] Sveen previously appeared in the small guest role of Hayley Doven in 2010.[23] She told Tim Martain from The Mercury that she was "thrilled" to receive the ongoing role of Ricky.[23] She explained "I wanted Ricky more than anything I've ever auditioned for. I often think of my Nan [a huge fan of the show]. Home and Away was often on the telly at her house...and now I'm a River Girl."[23]

Ricky is Adam Sharpe's (Martin Lynes) younger sister.[24] Amy Mills from New Idea revealed that Ricky would arrive in Summer Bay to attend Heath Braxton's (Dan Ewing) engagement party.[25] She also becomes a love interest for Heath's older brother, Brax (Stephen Peacocke), who she has known since he was a teenager.[24] Ricky and Brax have known each other for years and "sparks instantly fly" between them.[25] They have a one-night stand and Ricky decides that she is happy to have "a casual fling", while Brax wants something more serious.[24]

Jade Montgomery[edit]

Jade Montgomery, played by Tasma Walton, will make her first screen appearance in 2013. The character and Walton's casting was announced on 27 July 2013.[26] Walton previously appeared in Home and Away as Rachel Watson.[26] The actress accepted the offer to appear in the show again as it coincided with the premiere of a film that she features in, which was shown at the Sydney Film Festival. Walton commented "I try to get back for a couple of months at this time each year, and the timing was perfect."[26] Debbie Schipp from the The Daily Telegraph reported that Walton had begun shooting her scenes a couple of weeks before her casting announcement.[26] Jade Montgomery is a teacher, who will be on-screen for "over a couple of months". Her story leads into the season finale for 2013.[27]

Others[edit]

Date(s)CharacterActorCircumstances
5 FebruaryGavin WheelerAnde Cunningham[28]Gavin is a social worker who visits Heath Braxton and Bianca Scott to discuss their application for custody of Heath's daughter Darcy Callahan. He comments on the fact Heath is still sharing with his brothers and questions Heath about his criminal history and the timing of his application. He informs them he will pass on his assessment to his supervisors. (The character is credited as Gavin MacIntosh but referred to as Gavin Wheeler.)
8 February–Connie CallahanCelia Ireland[29]Connie is Darcy Callahan's grandmother. She meets with Heath Braxton and Bianca Scott to discuss Darcy living with them full time. Connie contacts the Department of Community Services and is awarded full custody of Darcy. She later comes to Darryl Braxton and tells him that Heath has taken Darcy from school.
12 FebruaryEugene BroadSonny Vrobao[30]Eugene is a drug dealer, who meets with Darryl Braxton. Before their deal is completed, Darryl's bother, Heath, finds a gunman outside and Eugene makes his escape. Outside, he drives his car at Brax, but Adam Sharpe pushes him out of the way, taking the full impact of the car.
13–15 FebruaryNelson GregoryAnthony Gee[31]Nelson is Tamara Kingsley's ex-boyfriend, who comes to Summer Bay to find her. Tamara agrees to return home with Nelson, to stop him from hurting Casey Braxton. However, Kyle Braxton knocks Nelson out and helps take him to the police station. Tamara then tells the police about Nelson's part in the death of her brother and he is arrested.
13–21 FebruaryDr PadleyNicholas Brown[32]Sid Walker visits Dr Padley, fearing that he may be having a breakdown. Padley counsels him as a voluntary patient at a clinic and Sid discharges himself after speaking with his son Dexter.
15 February–Nina BaileyEmmy Dougall[33]Nina attends the Summer Bay disco and takes a liking to Jett James. However, she is too nervous to ask him to dance. Jett comes over and asks her instead. Quite a while later, Nina and Jett start a relationship.
15 February–15 MarchTilda HoganGigi Perry[33]Tilda attends a school dance at the surf club. Rosie Prichard introduces Tilda as her younger sister, Hannah, to Sasha Bezmel. Tilda later bullies Jett James into doing their joint assignment by himself. But with Maddy and Spencer's help Jett stands up to Tilda and she backs off after being humiliated in class.
15 FebruaryOlivia FraserTiahn Green[33]Olivia is a girl at the Summer Bay disco that Jett James attempts to ask to dance but he is unable to remember her name. After Liam Murphy has arranged for Sasha Bezmel and Rosie Prichard to dance with Jett, Olivia and her friends join them.
18–19 FebruaryTanya OsborneKathryn Hartman[34]Tanya comes to the Bay to see her daughter, Maddy. She later takes Maddy and Spencer Harrington back home with her.
22–25 FebruarySheldon AtkinsonLaurence Coy[35]Celia Stewart holds Sheldon responsible for her gambling problem and she decides to contact him. When he turns in Summer Bay to see her, Celia's brother, Alf, is not happy. Both Celia and Sheldon claim that they are going to get help for their addiction. Alf gives Celia $7000, which he was guarding for her. Sheldon tries to convince Celia that they should use the money to bet on the horses, as he has a great tip. Celia admits that she loves Sheldon, but she cannot let him gamble her money away. Sheldon then leaves the Bay alone.
28 February–1 MarchIan HarringtonMatt Dale[36]Ian turns up at the Caravan Park and reveals to Roo Stewart that he is Spencer's father. He demands to see his son and starts shouting at Roo, until her husband, Harvey, intervenes and asks him to leave. The following day, Roo and Harvey tell Ian that Spencer and his girlfriend, Maddy, are going to stay with them. Ian demands that Spencer comes home, but Spencer refuses and says goodbye to his father.
13 MarchWeight LifterPaul Davies[37]The weight lifter and treadmill guy are two customers at the gym who Heath Braxton gives instructions to on his first day working there.
Treadmill GuyRob Harys[37]
14 MarchAron DawkinNicholas Cooper[38]Aron is one of Dexter Walker's lecturers at university. Dexter introduces himself to Aron prior to a lecture, having forgotten that they met the previous day. When Aron asks him a question during the lecture, Dexter is unable to recall the answer prompting Aron to remind the class of the importance of reading the specified texts.
14 MarchMaureen HoganMelanie De Ferranti[38]Maureen is the mother of Tilda Hogan. Gina Palmer calls her into school to discuss Tilda's bullying of Jett James. Maureen replies that Tilda comes from a good family and Jett is a delinquent, refusing to believe that Tilda is a bully. Gina and her husband John later overhear Maureen loudly repeating the opinion to Tilda outside the surf club.
21 MarchBrett SmithOliver Edwin[39]Brett is a classmate of April Scott from uni. April invites him to the Diner for a study session but he misunderstands and thinks they are on a date. When Dexter Walker, who knows Brett from chess club, arrives, Brett realizes April is the girl Dexter has told him about and quickly leaves, telling April they should pretend it never happened.
21 MarchRobin SuttonPhillipe Klaus[40]Robin is a counsellor, who meets with Heath Braxton and Bianca Scott. Heath is not happy with Robin's questions and quickly leaves, but he and Bianca later return.
25 March–25 AprilSteph GreenZara Michales[41]Steph is a nurse at the local hospital, who befriends Dexter Walker. When Dex plays a trick on Steph, she tells him to buy her a coffee to make it up to her. Dex confides in Steph about his brother-in-law's cancer diagnosis. April Scott sees Steph and Dex together and reveals that he has a brain injury, but Steph already knows. Dex later tells Steph that he does not want to be just friends with her and they kiss. The pair embark upon a relationship but Dexter learns Steph has been making up patients' obs figures. When she refuses to stop, he reports her and she is dismissed but retaliates by alerting their supervisor to the fact they had sex in a storage cupboard when they were supposed to be working.
25 MarchJake TwomeyLaurence Brewer[42]Jake is one of April Scott's lecturers at university. He is impressed when she speaks passionately of doctors' need to communicate effectively with patients' relatives during a discussion on bedside manner. Afterwards, they have lunch together.
25 MarchMr AndrewsColin Huxley[42]Mr Andrews is a patient at the Northern District Hospital. He draws Dexter Walker's attention to the fact his drip has fallen out, prompting Dexter to summon Steph Green to correct it.
26 March–25 AprilAlexander MullensLouis McIntosh[43]Rosie Prichard begins hanging out with Mullens and his friends. She and Mullens kiss in the Diner and Sasha Bezmel tries to intervene. Sasha later overhears Mullens bragging about taking advantage of Rosie and she sees that he has made a list of all the guys who have kissed Rosie and given her a score. Sasha asks Mullens to leave Rosie alone and tips a milkshake in his lap. Mullens later takes Rosie out in his car and while they are in the backseat of his car, Mullens rapes Rosie. He is questioned by the police but there is insufficient evidence to charge him. When he taunts Rosie at school and says that no-one will touch her now, Sasha punches him. Kyle Braxton intimidates him into dropping an assault complaint against Sasha and moving school. After Lachlan Stone agrees to give evidence against him, Zac MacGuire reports that Mullens has been arrested and charged.
26 March–9 MayLachlan StoneMichael Windeyer[44]Lachlan is one of Alexander Mullens' friends. He expresses amusement when Sasha Bezmel insults Mullens. After Mullens has been accused of raping Rosie Prichard, Lachlan tries to stop him getting into an argument with her and Sasha at school. He begins watching Rosie but she runs off when he tries to talk to her. Zac MacGuire confronts him when he turns up at a self-defence class and Lachlan says he is not like Mullens. Zac visits him at the caravan park where he is staying with his father and he admits he wanted to convince himself Rosie was all right. He meets Rosie and Sasha at school, admitting he knows Mullens raped Rosie and Bella Lugarno, and reveals he has kept text messages in which Mullens admitted to the rape, agreeing to show them to the police.
4 April, 11 AprilConstable TaylorAmy Scott-Smith[45]Constable Taylor is the police officer who takes Rosie Prichard's statement after she is raped by Alexander Mullens. She later arrests Sasha Bezmel after Mullens makes an assault complaint against her.
24 AprilPriestBruce Glen[21]The priest conducts Gina Palmer's funeral service.
25 AprilMr ThompsonTrevor Michel[46]Mr Thompson is a diabetic patient at the Northern District Hospital. Steph Green is assigned to look after him but Dexter Walker notices she is making up his obs figures.
30 April–1 MayBella LugarnoHayley Mitchelhill-Miller[47]Bella attends a self-defence class run by Zac MacGuire and befriends Rosie Prichard. She later confesses that she was also raped by Alexander Mullens, but did not tell the police. She agrees to make a statement but is upset when the police are still unable to proceed with a case against Mullens.
8 MayCaleb Van HuessenMiles Jovanoski[48]Caleb is a courier who Kyle Braxton collects a gun from on Ricky Sharpe's instructions. Ricky secretly photographs the exchange.
27 May–Holly ChapmanSacha Vivian-Riding[49]Holly learns that Rosie Prichard is pregnant and comments that Rosie can hardly look after herself, let alone a child. Holly befriends Maddy Osborne and reveals that she has a crush on Zac MacGuire. She becomes jealous of Rosie receiving attention from Zac and continues to bully her.
30 May–3 JuneHenchman 1James Willing[50]Two of Adam Sharpe's henchmen spy on the Braxtons and kidnap Tamara Kingsley. Two henchmen later bring Ricky Sharpe to the building where Tamara is being held.
Henchman 2Mark Norton[50]
3 JuneJoey BeresfordCain Thompson[51]Joey is a long-term associate of Adam Sharpe who is assigned to guard Tamara Kingsley and Adam's sister Ricky. He lets Tamara know that Ricky is aware of who he works for and makes a pass at Ricky, saying the rules have changed now she is out of favour. Ricky rejects his advances but later flirts with and kisses him, only to knee him in the groin and run out of the building, although Joey grabs Tamara before she can follow. After the incident, Adam notes he has dispensed with Joey's services.
4 JuneHenchman 3Dusan Durdevic[52]Another of Adam Sharpe's henchman arrives with him at the house where Adam's sister Ricky is being held just as she runs outside shouting for help and quickly recaptures her.
4 JuneMr SilverRobin Queree[52]Mr Silver is a patient at the Northern District Hospital with a badly gashed leg who Sid Walker looks after. Sid leaves April Scott to stitch the wound but Dexter Walker, checking Silver's notes and finding he is diabetic, gets her to take a full history from him beforehand.
7 JuneKerry DoyleClodagh Crowe[53]Kerry and her husband foster Rosie Prichard. Kerry is shocked to learn that Rosie is pregnant and is keeping the baby. She assumes that Rosie has a boyfriend or planned to have a child, until Bianca Scott tells her that the pregnancy is a result of sexual assault. Kerry then accompanies Rosie to her hospital appointment.
17 JuneNurse 1Isabel Goudie[54]A nurse at the Northern District Hospital informs Sid Walker that theatre is ready after Darryl Braxton is brought in with gunshot wounds.
25 JuneAndrea MarloweEllen Bailey[55]Andrea is the journalist for the Coastal News who wrote the article accusing Zac MacGuire of sexual assault. She attends the protest Maddy Osborne organises to get Bianca Scott reinstated as Summer Bay High principal. She initially takes the angle of Bianca failing to control the students but comments from Zac and John Palmer rallying the protestors convinces her to make it a positive article.
25 JunePhotographerAndy Trieu[55]The photographer joins Andrea Marlowe in covering the protest organised by Maddy Osborne to get Bianca Scott reinstated as Summer Bay High principal.
10 July–Joanne KingsleyPippa Grandison[56]Casey Braxton contacts Tamara Kingsley's parents to tell them about their daughter's memory loss. They arrive in Summer Bay to see Tamara, but worry that she will not want to see them. Joanne and Patrick show Tamara pictures from the last time they were all together and then ask her to come home with them.
Patrick KingsleyJason Montgomery[56]

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