The Walker family made their Home and Away debut in 2009 and became an instant sensation with fans – but what have the actors been up more than a decade after their initial appearance?
a local soap Over the years, The Walker’s and other well-known families have been featured on Home and Away.
When the family moved to Summer Bay in 2009, they gave birth to some of the most adored characters, including the spunky sisters Sasha and Indi and the quick-witted Dex.
From Dex’s horrible automobile accident, which left him with a brain impairment, to Sasha’s domestic violence tale, which concluded with her killing her partner in self-defense, the Walkers frequently found themselves at the centre of some of the soap opera’s biggest storylines.
Where are they now, more than eight years after the family fled the bay in 2015?
Indigo “Indi” Walker’s character, Samara Weaving
2009 saw the debut of Australian beauty Samara Weaving as Indigo Walker.
Romeo Smith was frequently the subject of Indi’s tales, which quickly won over the audience.
Romeo left the Bay without notifying Indi, intending to spare her from witnessing his cancer death, but their romance ended tragically.
Samara, 31, sought gigs in the US after leaving Home and Away in 2014, and she has since established an extraordinarily lucrative acting career.
She appeared in the movies Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, The Babysitter, and Mayhem in 2017.
She played the lead for the first time in a theatrical American movie, Ready or Not, a black comedy horror movie that has made her a scream queen.
The blonde beauty has also scored roles on the big screen, starring alongside Natalie Dormer in the 2018 Hollywood drama Picnic at Hanging Rock, which will be released in 2020, and the 2021 series Nine Perfect Strangers.
Her most recent appearance on cinema was a cameo as film professor Laura Crane in the slasher movie Scream VI.
Since they first met on the set of The Babysitter, the former soap opera star and movie producer Jimmy Warden have been dating.
The couple announced their engagement in 2019 and reportedly got married that year in secrecy.
Theodore Mammone (Sid Walker)
Robert Mammone was introduced as Sid Walker, but he was already a major star long before his soap opera popularity. His original five-week guest appearance was scrapped.
The actor is most known for his roles as AK in The Matrix films, Tim Palmer in Sons and Daughters, and as the primary antagonist in the action film The Condemned opposite former WWE wrestler “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.
In 2009, Sid and his family relocated to Summer Bay, where he started working as a doctor at Northern Districts Hospital.
Sid started seeing longtime Bay resident Marilyn Chambers (Emily Symons) after his marriage to wife Jodie (Victoria Haralabidou) fell apart, but things weren’t meant to be and the couple broke up before Sid left the Bay.
Robert, 54, exited the drama in 2013 and said his character was written out because he “spoke up for the truth too much”.
The actor had openly blasted writers for their treatment of Romeo’s illness storyline, revealing the two “re-wrote” most of their lines in order to “get it right”.
He also used Twitter to express his annoyance at not receiving an invitation to the 2013 Logie Awards.
Robert has appeared in a number of Australian television programmes after leaving the soap opera, including Brock (2016), Janet King (2017), and Bite Club (2018).
Aside from Sid, Robert is most known for playing drug lord Tony Mokbel in the Australian television series Underbelly (2008) and its follow-ups Fat Tony & Co. (2014) and Informer 3838, scheduled to air in 2020.