The media business is a fickle beast, my friends. Why I can barely count the amount of colleagues of mine who first appeared as a contestant on ‘The Bachelor‘ before helming their own season of ‘The Bachelorette‘, who then went on to host a commercial radio breakfast show before getting axed and making their way on to starring in ‘Home & Away‘.
“Home and Away is a show I grew up watching with my family. To become part of this iconic television show is a real honour, I can’t wait to start shooting.”
Sam’s first scenes in Summer Bay will premiere later this year, but you’ll be able to catch her mug elsewhere on Channel 7 before-hand, with the media-traversor also set to cook some soufflé (or whatever) on the revamped ‘Hell’s Kitchen’.