Blue Heelers star Ditch Davey joins HOME AND AWAY

Ditch Davey (Blue Heelers) joins Home and Away as neurosurgeon Dr Christian Green.

He is a miracle worker. He’s God-like in what he can do and yes, it means he genuinely believes he knows best. He has to. People’s lives depend on it. He needs his patients to feel confident that he can get them through their darkest hours.

Christian arrives in the Bay to consult on Justin’s (James Stewart) spinal tumour diagnosis. Justin’s sister, Tori, (Penny McNamee) is the head of emergency medicine at Northern Districts Hospital and has called him in because he’s the best in the business.

Tori has always been unlucky in love and now that she’s a single mother, she doesn’t really see romance as an option for her. Could there be a sizzle between the two talented doctors?

Only time will tell…

HOME AND AWAY – Tonight 7pm on Seven


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