'It's more instinctual': Cameron Daddo reveals what it is REALLY like on the set of Home and Away

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'It's more instinctual': Cameron Daddo reveals what it is REALLY like on the set of Home and Away

'It's like one rehearsal and then bang!' Cameron Daddo reveals that working on Home and Away is very different to his acting career in

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‘It’s like one rehearsal and then bang!’ Cameron Daddo reveals that working on Home and Away is very different to his acting career in Hollywood

Cameron Daddo first found fame after appearing on the Melrose Place spin-off series Models Inc in 1994.

But the 55-year-old actor revealed latest guest role on Home and Away was a brand new experience for him, despite his 26-year long career. 

Speaking to TV Tonight, Cameron explained there was no time for ‘contemplation or overthinking’ on the fast-paced soap set.  

'It's more instinctual': Cameron Daddo (pictured) has revealed what it is really like on the set of Home and Away compared to his acting career in Hollywood

‘It’s more instinctual’: Cameron Daddo (pictured) has revealed what it is really like on the set of Home and Away compared to his acting career in Hollywood 

‘As actors we can spend a lot of time standing around and contemplating our navels while while we’re waiting for set-ups and things like that,’ Cameron said.  ‘But that just doesn’t exist in the world of Home and Away’.

Cameron went on to explain the actors only had one rehearsal, primarily for the camera crew. 

‘It’s like one rehearsal for cameras and then bang, you’re into it! If everything fell in, we’re moving on,’ he said.  

Speaking to TV Tonight, Cameron said: 'It's like one rehearsal for cameras and then bang, you're into it! If everything fell in, we're moving on'

Speaking to TV Tonight, Cameron said: ‘It’s like one rehearsal for cameras and then bang, you’re into it! If everything fell in, we’re moving on’

‘I enjoyed… how present I needed to be in order to tell the story. It’s more instinctual, which I really enjoyed,’ Cameron said. 

Speaking to WHO magazine last month, Cameron explained why he picked up the unexpected role, after returning from Los Angeles. 

‘It’s all a cycle, it’s just where you jump on. Where I’m jumping on, I’m having a new beginning and that’s what I’m seeing it as,’ Cameron explained. 

Career-defining: He first found fame after appearing in the Melrose Place spin-off series Models Inc. Pictured in 1994

Journey: But the 55-year-old actor revealed latest guest role on Home and Away was a brand new experience for him, despite his multi-decade spanning career

Career-defining: He first found fame after appearing in the Melrose Place spin-off series Models Inc back in 1994. But the 55-year-old actor revealed latest guest role on Home and Away was a brand new experience for him, despite his multi-decade spanning career 

‘I’ve not done a soap before but I just really loved the character and I know a few of the cast members.’

He is especially close with Georgie Parker, who plays Roo Stewart, after they starred together in the 2008 TV movie Scorched. 

Cameron played Evan Slater, Ryder Jackson’s long-lost father, who left his family to pursue his music career. 

Happy! 'I've not done a soap before but I just really loved the character and I know a few of the cast members' Cameron said

Happy! ‘I’ve not done a soap before but I just really loved the character and I know a few of the cast members’ Cameron said  

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