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  1. May 27, 2020 · Who plays Neighbours character Olivia Bell? Channel 5. Alyce Platt is reprising her role as Olivia for this new stint of episodes. Alyce has an interesting history with Neighbours, as she ...

    • Daniel Kilkelly
    • Svetlanka Ristic
    • Gus Cleary
    • Allan Steiger
    • Stingray Timmins
    • Tom Scully
    • Olivia Mcpherson
    • Lana Crawford
    • Luka Dokich
    • Jeremy Levi
    • Lucia Cammeniti

    Svetlanka Ristic, played by Deidre Rubenstein, is Liljana Bishop's mother. She made her first on-screen appearance on 13 February 2004. The Sunday Maildescribed Svetlanka as "conniving". Svetlanka is the strict mother of Zoran and Liljana (Marcella Russo). She and her husband ran a vineyard in Perth. Svetlanka finds it difficult when Liljana and her family move across the country to Melbourne. She comes to Erinsborough to visit Liljana and believes that the family are doing well, but she soon discovers that David (Kevin Harrington) is having financial problems. Svetlanka also discovers that Serena (Lara Sacher) was modelling for dodgy photographer Chris Cousens (Simon Mallory) to help raise money. Svetlanka tries to emotionally blackmail Liljana into returning to Perth, but Liljana tells her that she and her family are settled. Svetlanka tries to buy Serena's favour with money and she later fakes heart problems. Liljana is not fooled and asks her mother to leave. Svetlanka threatens...

    Gus Cleary, played by Ben Barrack, made his first on-screen appearance on 17 February 2004. Gus was a friend of Max Hoyland and came to stay with him. He was later murdered by Paul Robinsonduring the Lassiter's fire. Barrack went to two auditions for Gus and four days after the second one, he was given the role. Barrack said that his character is "clearly a pretty mixed up fella", but believes that people felt some empathy for him. He said that he researched schizophrenia and thought about things that happened in Gus' life which may have led to him acting the way he did.He believed that Gus was "almost childlike in his need to be liked and accepted." Gus comes from a privileged background and is forced to accept a job on one of his father's oil rigs when he uses up all of his chances. Gus' inability to do his job almost causes a major oil spill and Max Hoyland (Stephen Lovatt), his supervisor, fires him. Years later, Gus arrives in Erinsborough, where Max and his family had settled...

    Senior Sergeant Allan Steiger, played by Joe Clements, made his first on-screen appearance on 4 March 2004. Allan is the father of Pepper Steiger. Stuart Parker (Blair McDonough) clashes with Allan, shortly after he joins the police force training team. Allan feels that Stuart is not taking the job seriously and he looks in his file and sees that Stuart has trouble sticking with a job. When Stuart fails an exercise, Allan tells him to buck up his ideas if he wants to join the force. Stuart snaps and knocks Allan to the ground. Allan later tells him that if he returns the next day, then they can forget that ever happened. Allan begins self-defence classes for the Erinsborough women and Lyn Scully (Janet Andrewartha), Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) and Liljana Bishop (Marcella Russo) sign up. Liljana enjoys Allan's attention and she wears a skimpy outfit to the classes. Allan likes Liljana and believes she is interested in him, but she turns down his offer to go to the coast. Allan...

    Stingray Timmins, played by Ben Nicholas, made his first on-screen appearance on 11 March 2004. Stingray is the youngest son of Janelle (Nell Feeney) and Kim Timmins (Brett Swain).Nicholas successfully auditioned for the role of Stingray and began filming his scenes three days after getting the call to say he had won the part.Of joining the soap, Nicholas said "It's a dream come true".

    Tom Scully, played by Andrew Larkins, made his first appearance on 5 May 2004. Tom was introduced as Joe Scully's (Shane Connor) younger brother and a potential love interest for Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne). He was also a Catholic priest. Tom and Susan are involved in a scandal when they begin a relationship. Television critic Andrew Mercado said that 2004 went down as "a watershed year for controversy" after Susan had sex with Tom. Of her character's relationship with Tom, Woodburne said "They once had a very hot affair – he even left the priesthood for her – but they both felt it wasn't meant to be."Larkins reprised the role in 2007, as Tom becomes the Principal of Erinsborough High. He also tells Susan that he never stopped loving her and wants her back. When Tom is transferred to St Joseph's church in Erinsborough, he finds himself living a few streets away from his brother Joe Scully and his wife Lyn Scully (Janet Andrewartha), who he once had feelings for. Tom makes frien...

    Olivia "Mac" McPherson, played by Silvia de Crespigny, made her first on-screen appearance on 3 June 2004. Olivia is a police officer who dates both Jack Scully and Stuart Parker. de Crespigny Said she jumped at the chance to play the "mysterious" Olivia. The role was her first television job and she said that it was "brilliant" and that the cast had been very welcoming towards her. de Crespigny described Olivia as a "feisty young lady" and said "She's a party girl, but she has a life that she likes to keep split. She likes to shake things up a little bit."de Crespigny added that she is not similar to her character and clubbing is not her forte, but she does enjoy going out and having fun. Olivia is the third generation of her family, after her father and grandfather, to become a police officer. She eventually becomes a senior constable, but she starts going out clubbing every night and taking drugs. Olivia becomes corrupt and helps rob building sites in order to fund her nights out...

    Lana Crawford, played by Bridget Neval, made her first appearance on 31 August 2004. Lana was introduced as Neighbours' first openly lesbian character and she shared the show's first on-screen lesbian kiss with Sky Mangel (Stephanie McIntosh). Lana is Sindi Watts' (Marisa Warrington) cousin.

    Luka Dokich, played by Keelan O'Hehir, made his first on-screen appearance on 14 September 2004. Luka is Liljana Bishop's son, who was adopted at birth. Luka comes to Erinsborough to meet up with his grandmother and ends up meeting his real mother and half sister. Model O'Hehir received the script to audition for Neighbours through his agency. O'Hehir described his character's connection with Serena Bishop (Lara Sacher) as "instant". He said "There's a really amazing chemistry between them." O'Hehir explained that Luka's upbringing has not been easy and that he has been through "a lot of stuff". He added "He's had this inkling his whole life that something is not and his confusion comes through in his behaviour." Luka later begins an incestuous relationship with his half-sister, Serena. They are unaware that they share the same mother. This was the second time Neighbourshad depicted an incest storyline. Luka is the product of a brief relationship between a teenage Liljana Ristic (Ma...

    Jeremy Levi, played by Roger Neave,made his first screen appearance on 21 September 2004. Jeremy was a Psychiatrist at Erinsborough Hospital. After Izzy Hoyland (Natalie Bassingthwaighte) begins suffering from nightmares, her partner, Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher), decides to send her to a psychiatrist. Izzy is reluctant at first, but once she meets Jeremy she changes her mind. They talk about her childhood and Izzy enjoys the sessions. Karl begins to resent her spending time with Jeremy and becomes jealous when he sees a young, attractive man going into Jeremy's office. Izzy later realises that Karl has mistaken a paediatrician who shares Jeremy's office for Jeremy. Izzy's nephew, Boyd (Kyal Marsh), visits Jeremy the following year when he suffers a breakdown and is referred by Karl. Jeremy diagnosis adolescent schizophrenia, which he says is treatable. However, it is later discovered that Boyd has a brain tumour. Sindi Watts (Marisa Warrington) is admitted to the psychiatric ward w...

    Lucia Cammeniti, played by Maria Mercedes, made her first screen appearance on 2 November 2004. Mercedes returned in October 2006 for an extended guest stint. Lucia is described as a "domineering" and "interfering" mother. She arrives to make sure her eldest daughter, Rosetta (Natalie Saleeba), goes through with her prearranged marriage. Lucia is the wife of Rocco Cammeniti (Robert Forza) and is used to getting her own way. When Rocco is sent to prison, Lucia takes control of the family businesses. She makes her daughter, Carmella (Natalie Blair), return home from school in order to take over as editor of All Her magazine. Carmella reunites with Connor O'Neill (Patrick Harvey) and Lucia meets with him. When Lucia discovers that Connor has a daughter and that he and Carmella want to move in together, she makes a secret pact with him to challenge his worth. Lucia challenges him to turn $500 into $1000 overnight and to take a suitcase with sensitive information in to the family solicit...

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  2. Neighbours is an Australian television soap opera.It was first broadcast on 18 March 1985 and currently airs on digital channel Eleven.The following is a list of characters that first appeared in the soap in 2012, by order of first appearance.

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  4. Mar 15, 2021 · Olivia approaches him about rewriting her book – she wants to tell the story properly this time, or so she says. For Karl it’s a no-go, she should have got it right the first time around.

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  5. Oct 12, 2021 · Leman talks to Olivia about his recent book, “8 Secrets to Raising Successful Kids,” why mom is the most influential figure in her son’s life, and why putting away the toaster is his secret ...

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  6. Aug 16, 2013 · It’s possible! IF Harrison is not Olivia’s brother than he’s a first cousin who slept in the top bunk when they were kids. Or, he’s the neighbor who was always picked on for talking too much and she looked out for him. His loyalties definitely go further back than his 3 day jail stint.

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