newcomer Kassandra Clementi has revealed more details of how her character Maddy is introduced to the soap.
Maddy makes her debut on Australian screens this Thursday (January 24), arriving in Summer Bay alongside her brother Spencer (Andrew Morley).
The smiley chap thanked fans for their support and shared a picture of his face on his Instagram page with an extended comment written over the top which read: 'Apologies to the faithful and incredible fans to hear the new in this disappointing way…
Sasha Bezmel is a fictional character from the Australian Channel Seven soap opera Home and Away, played by Demi Harman.
At first, they're very reserved about Roo's offer, because they know that living with others comes with the closeness that may reveal their secret."However, the pair soon realise they may need Roo's help when Maddy starts to feel unwell.Harman described Sasha as being "sassy" and "angry", as well as having a stubborn streak.Shortly after her arrival, Sasha embarked on a relationship with Stu Henderson (Brenton Thwaites), which eventually turned abusive.Morley commented: "Spencer is genuine, confident and a big charmer.He has a quality that turns heads and his positive attitude enlightens those around him."Spencer is a romantic, loyal and selfless man that puts the ones he cares for above and beyond himself." airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 in the UK, and weekdays at 7pm on Network Seven in Australia. Harman made her first screen appearance as Sasha during the episode broadcast on 31 August 2011.Harman decided to leave the show in 2014 and filmed her final scenes in October. Sasha was introduced as established character Sid Walker's (Robert Mammone) illegitimate daughter.Maddy is at a loss as to how to pay back the money she stole from the gym so Andy, who owes her a few favours by now, agrees to lend it to her.However, he proves woefully incompetent at covering, so hypocritical scumbag Brax fires her despite forgiving Casey and Andy having done a lot worse without any kickback.Kassandra, who played Christina in US comedy-drama 'Single Ladies', and starred alongside Christian Slater in Hatfields & Mccoys: Bad Blood, revealed that the pair are initially reluctant to accept Roo's help.She added: 'They're on the run and they've got a secret which they're trying to cover up.