THE TRUTH BE­HIND THE TATTS

The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - NEWS -

SEV­ERAL hours sit­ting in a makeup chair hav­ing dis­tinc­tive tat­toos ap­plied was a bit like “Bat­man putting his cape on”, ac­tor Dan Ewing says.

It’s been a few years since he’s looked like his Home and Away char­ac­ter Heath Brax­ton – a bad boy with a pen­chant for body ink. “I al­most missed them in some ways,” Ewing laughs.

“Heath speaks so dif­fer­ently to me but I find it eas­ier to pick up that way of speak­ing when the tatts are on.”

Ac­cord­ing to the script, Heath and his part­ner Bianca (Lisa Gorm­ley) have been liv­ing in “the city” with their kids since both ac­tors left the show.

“I’d sug­gest he thinks about re­mov­ing a few tat­toos,” Ewing jokes.

“He has a teenage daugh­ter now. If I was him, I’d get rid of the grenade on his neck and the gun on his back. He’s go­ing to par­ent­teacher nights now, af­ter all.”

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