Summer Bay’s Steve Peacocke and Lincoln Younes reunited for a hilarious chat.
Steve Peacocke (Darryl “Brax” Braxton) and Lincoln Younes (Casey Braxton), former Home and Away cast members, have reconnected to support Lincoln’s most recent performance as John Ibrahim in Last King of the Cross. In Summer Bay, they portrayed brothers alongside Dan Ewing from 2011 to 2014. (Heath Braxton).
The River Boys are among the most well-known fictional figures ever, and fans frequently ask them to come back. In their conversation, Steve and Lincoln shared personal information about themselves while making fun of one another.
Steve responded that spectators were mesmerized by the fake “BLOOD AND SAND” tattoo he sported across his breast when appearing in the soap opera when Lincoln questioned him about his most “memorable fan moment.”
The actor said, “You know what Linc, it was in Glebe.” On [Home and Away], we used to get tattoos sprayed on us.
He explained that he was just enjoying a cup of coffee when a woman approached him and pulled the collar of his shirt down to see his chest.
Lincoln laughed as he remarked, “Just walked up and said, ‘Ah, they’re not real,’ and just walked away.”
Former Summer Bay co-stars and fans couldn’t get enough of the video, with Luke Mitchell (Romeo Smith), Lynne McGranger (Irene Roberts) and Emily Symons (Marilyn Chambers) all liking the video on Instagram.
“Omg I love this,” Samara Weaving, who played Indi Walker wrote.
“I could cry from sheer nostalgic happiness right now,” a fan gushed.
“Bros for ife! Delighted to see Brax and Casey united in happier circumstances,” another added.
“Home and Away has never been the same without you brothers, so good to see you both together again,” a third chimed in.
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The pair also discussed what their ‘guilty pleasures’ were, with Steve admitting he loves snacking on Coco Pops or a kebab late at night.
“Steve, I wanna know your kebab order,” Lincoln asked. “I can’t quite remember what you used to order.”
“Well, my order was always dictated by what would taste best coming back up,” Steve quipped, resulting in Lincoln covering his face with his hands.
Lincoln’s awkward nude moment
This comes after Lincoln talked about his “uncomfortable” experience in his nude scene from The Last King of the Cross.
The television team was covering their eyes while shooting as the star stripped in a garden, but there was one look he simply could not escape. Uncomfortably, a neighbor saw the action through his fence and was horrified to see Lincoln’s bare body.
“I’m facing the camera and the fire; the camera is hidden by a fence. And this neighbor came out in the middle of the take and just stood there staring at me as I was burning my clothing,” he joked. “And I returned his gaze. That continued far too long.
The Grand Hotel star said, “It was a strange moment to share with the cast and crew, who were practically strangers at that time, as this particular nude scene happened near the beginning of filming.”
“That was pretty funny…The actors and crew rapidly and thoroughly got to know me, he laughed.