Daddo ready for soapie ac­tion

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - INSIDER -

CAMERON Daddo has made a re­turn to act­ing, join­ing the cast of long-run­ning soap Home And Away.

The 54-year-old TV per­son­al­ity, who has worked on a slew of shows in­clud­ing 24, Monk, CSI: Mi­ami, Bos­ton Le­gal, NCIS and The Men­tal­ist, was this week pho­tographed on set of the pop­u­lar Chan­nel 7 show.

“I love it. It is a great cast, the crew are ex­cep­tional and it is just re­ally fun and easy,” Daddo (in­set) told Sun­day Con­fi­den­tial yes­ter­day.

“This all came about af­ter my agent heard about the role. They said ‘is this some­thing you are in­ter­ested in?’ and I said ‘ab­so­lutely’.”

Daddo, whose ca­reer in the en­ter­tain­ment in­dus­try spans more than three decades, shared a photo to In­sta­gram of him­self on set with Ge­orgie Parker ear­lier this week.

“Any chance to catch up with my Scorched co­hort @georgiepar­ker is one that I can’t pass up! #ac­tion,’ he wrote in the cap­tion, ref­er­enc­ing the 2008 tele­movie he and Parker starred in.

The Daddo broth­ers, Cameron, Lochie, An­drew and Jamie, have been a fix­ture on the Syd­ney scene for decades.

Ac­cord­ing to Cameron, all his broth­ers are still in the coun­try and keep­ing busy.

“An­drew is very much in Syd­ney and around the coun­try do­ing a lot of cor­po­rate work and he has just been push­ing his book,” he said.

“His lat­est kids book is fan­tas­tic so he has been on the pub­lic­ity round do­ing that.

“And Lochie is run­ning his pro­duc­tion com­pany so he has just been in Su­ma­tra do­ing work up there. Every­one is still around and busy.”

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