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    Home and Away star Nicholas Cartwright announces his sister will be joining the Summer Bay cast

    ”I’ve never had more fun on set.”

    Home and Away‘s cast and crew often dub themselves one big, happy family.

    And life on the Summer Bay set is about to become an even bigger family affair!

    On Tuesday night, Nicholas Cartwright, who plays police officer Cash Newman, revealed that his sister Zara would be joining the Summer Bay circle.

    Nicholas Cartwright announced that his sister Zara will be joining the Summer Bay family. (Image: Instagram)

    We can’t wait to see them on screen together! The 33-year-old shared a series of behind-the-scenes photos of himself and Zara.

    “I’m not sure if you’ve seen the trailer, but my gorgeous lil sister will be joining us this week on @homeandaway!” he wrote.

    “On set, I’ve never had more fun.” Between takes, it was nearly impossible not to look across at her and giggle heartily. Working with family in such a strange world is such a lovely experience.

    “Welcome to the team @nottherealzarazoe ! Tune in to see what we get up to 👮‍♂️👩‍⚖️”

    “It was literally impossible to not look over at her and laugh with joy between takes.” (Image: Instagram)

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    Zara has been performing in Australia since 2012, but Home and Away will surely catapult her career.
    She previously appeared alongside Teresa Palmer and Sam Neill in the 2015 drama picture Skin Deep and the Rachel Griffiths-directed Ride Like a Girl.

    nouncement was met with excitement from Home and Away fans and Nicholas’ fellow cast and crew.Summer Bay’s makeup artist Laura Vasquez commented:

    “Best looking siblings in the biz” while Home and Away‘s associate producer Brodie Macpherson wrote: “The bloody best ❤️”

    Nicholas, who graduated from Sydney theatre school NIDA in 2019 and spent six years as a rifleman in the Australian Army, joins the ensemble in June 2021.

    Nicholas was in the same class as another future co-star, Ethan Browne, who plays Tane Parata, when he went to NIDA.

    “[Of his job], I was genuinely somewhat envious.] At NIDA, we were great friends “Last year, Nicholas told TV WEEK.

    “We were a little bit older than a lot of the others there and we’d had some life experiences, so we gravitated towards each other.”

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