The Home and Away actor, who portrays River Boy Brax on the show, is up for two awards tonight: most popular actor and the Gold Logie.
Exploring together: Since they tied the knot in December last year, Steve Peacocke and Bridgette Sneddon have been enjoying travelling the world while Steve continues working on new Hollywood projects The film, based on the best-selling British book, which follows a 26-year-old small-town girl, Louisa 'Lou' Clark (Emilia Clarke) who falls for an angry Will Traynor (Sam Claflin) - a 35-year-old who was paralysed in a motorbike accident just years earlier.Over the years Brax's multidimensional character has made him a fan favourite on the show, from his charisma, cheeky wit and hot romance with Esther Anderson's character Charlie Buckton leaving viewers coming back for more.Bridgette has played a supporting role to her soapie star boyfriend over the past few years, accompanying him everywhere from the 2013 Logies red carpet when he won Most Popular Actor to the Budapest where he was filming Hollywood blockbuster Hercules: The Thracian Wars. To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.
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