Benny Turland, who plays Hendrix Greyson on Neighbours, has revealed what fans may anticipate from Hendrix Greyson in 2022, revealing the age-old trinity of tears, laughter, and sadness.
Benny guided fans through Hendrix’s forthcoming arc in a new teaser video uploaded on Twitter, which included clips of his character meeting new arrival Zara Selwyn, discussing Kyle Canning’s cancer prognosis, and sharing a passionate kiss with Mackenzie Hargreaves.
“There’s a new youngster on the show, and Hendrix finds himself in a bit of a mentor role,” the actor teased, alluding to Hendrix’s part in Zara’s mother-daughter relationship crisis.
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“There will be tears, there will be laughter, there’ll be heartbreak,” Benny added, before warning fans of the potential for trouble between Hendrix and Mackenzie.
“Will Hendrix and Mackenzie stay together?” he asked.
The arrival of Zara Selwyn, Amy Greenwood’s kid, was confirmed in the soap’s 2022 trailer, so Benny Turland’s look at the next months in Erinsborough is timely.
Freya Van Dyke will make a dramatic entrance on Ramsay Street in the new year, walking in on her mother Amy in bed with Levi Canning and Ned Willis.
Amy, Levi, and Ned’s polyamorous relationship appeared to be getting back on track before Zara’s arrival, after a tough few weeks.
Zara responds angrily when Amy reveals the truth about her relationship with Levi and Ned, frightened that her mother is in a serious relationship with two younger men.
Zara will heed how much of Hendrix’s ‘advice’ on his own relationship with his father Pierce and step mum Chloe.