Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - David Campbell -

You’ve played Neigh­bours’ Dr Karl Kennedy for nearly 23 years. Surely that qual­i­fies you as a rea real doc­tor? does,does but sadly the A Aus­tralian Med­i­calMed As­so­ci­a­tion dis­agrees. Do strangers come up and ask you to look at their rash? All the time. I never It look – who wants to see that?! You’re in a band called Wait­ing Room. Pathol­ogy Lab would’ve been a nice al­ter­na­tive. In­deed, but I would fear not com­ing up well un­der anal­y­sis. How do your screen wife and your real wife get along? They get along fa­mously. Two wives isn’t too much for a man like me! Do you ac­tu­ally have good neigh­bours? Every­body needs them… They’re bril­liant. We look out for each other and love a drink and catch-up. Ed­die Red­mayne said he learnt to act from watch­ing you. Do you ever won­der what other Os­car win­ners you’ve schooled via the telly? I can see a lot of me in Robert De Niro’s work. Neigh­bours airs 6.30pm week­nights, on ELEVEN.

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