Home and Away Walker family now – scream queen, exit feud and co-star romance
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    Aussie soap Home and Away has introduced a number of iconic families over theyears, including The Walker's.

    Arriving in Summer Bay in 2009, the family produced some of the most beloved characters, from sassy sisters Sasha and Indi to quick-witted Dex.

    The Walker's often found themselves at centre of some of the soap's biggest storylines, from Dex's horrific car accident which left him with a brain injury to Sasha's domestic violence storyline which ended with her murdering her boyfriend in self-defence.

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    The family had all left the bay by 2015 – but where are they now more than eight years later?

    Samara Weaving (Indigo 'Indi' Walker)

    Aussie beauty Samara Weaving made her debut as Indigo Walker in 2009.

    Indi's storylines typically surrounded her relationship with Romeo Smith, which soon became a favourite amongst viewers.

    Their relationship met a tragic end however when Romeo left the Bay without telling Indi with the intention of sparing her watching him die from cancer.

    Following her departure from Home and Away in 2014, Samara, 31, pursued roles in the US and has carved out an incredibly successful acting career.

    In 2017, she starred in films Mayhem, The Babysitter and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

    Her first lead role in a theatrical American film came in black comedy horror film Ready or Not, which has now established her as a scream queen.

    The blonde beauty has also landed parts on the silver screen, appearing in miniseries Picnic at Hanging Rock alongside Natalie Dormer in 2018, Hollywood, released in 2020) and 2021 series, Nine Perfect Strangers.

    Her most recent on screen role came in slasher film Scream VI with a cameo appearance as a film professor Laura Crane.

    The former soap star has been in a relationship with movie producer Jimmy Warden since they met on the set of The Babysitter.

    The couple announced their engagement in 2019 and according to reports, secretly tied the knot the same year.

    Robert Mammone (Sid Walker)

    Originally meant for a five-week guest stint, Robert Mammone was introduced as Sid Walker, but he was already a huge star long before his soap fame.

    The actor is best known for his role as AK in The Matrix movies, as Tim Palmer in Sons and Daughters and was also the main villain to former WWE wrestler 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin in action movie, The Condemned.

    Sid moved to Summer Bay with his family in 2009 and began working as a doctor in Northern Districts hospital.

    Following the breakdown of his marriage to wife Jodie (Victoria Haralabidou), Sid embarked on a relationship with long-running resident Marilyn Chambers (Emily Symons), but things weren't to be and the couple split before Sid left the Bay.

    Robert, 54, departed the soap in 2013 and claimed his character was written out because he "spoke up for the truth too often".

    The actor had openly criticised writers for their handling of Romeo's cancer storyline, admitting the duo "re-wrote" most of their lines in order to "get it right".

    He also turned to Twitter to vent his frustration at not being invited to the Logie Awards in 2013.

    Since leaving the soap, Robert has starred in several Aussie television series' including Brock (2016), Janet King (2017) and Bite Club (2018).

    Aside from Sid, Robert is best known for his portrayal as convicted drug baron Tony Mokbel in Australian series Underbelly (2008) and its sequels Fat Tony & Co (2014) and Informer 3838, released in 2020.

    Charles Cottier (Dexter 'Dex' Walker)

    Dexter walker first arrived in the bay alongside his family in 2009 but the character was originally played by Tom Green.

    When the Walker family returned in 2010, Charles Cottier took over the role of quick-witted Dex and became an instant hit with fans.

    Dex's most notable storylines included falling in love with his father's girlfriend and recovering from a brain injury sustained in a horrific car accident.

    Dex remained in the Bay for three years before departing for a new life in Paris with girlfriend April Scott (Rhiannon Fish).

    After leaving the soap, the 30-year-old landed a leading role in comedy drama series Please Like Me, released in 2014.

    In 2016, the actor appeared in Channel Seven series Wanted alongside his former Home and Away co-star Steve Peacock, who played Darryl 'Brax' Braxton for four years until 2015.

    The former soap stars reunited one year later for feature film Cooped Up, in which Charles played the lead role, Jake.

    Demi Harman (Sasha Bezmel)

    Sasha Bezmel, played by Demi Harman, was the long-lost daughter of Sid and arrived in Summer Bay in 2011.

    After reuniting with her father and half-siblings, Sasha settled into life in the Bay but was dealt her fair share of hardships along the way.

    She embarked on a relationship with Stu Henderson, portrayed by Pirates of the Caribbean star Brenton Thwaites, which soon turned violent and resulted in Sasha murdering him in self-defence.

    Following the breakdown of her relationship with Matt Page (Alec Snow), Sasha left the Bay for good in 2015.

    That same year, Demi joined the cast of Aussie series Winners & Losers as Riley Hart and in 2019, appeared in an episode of Modern Family.

    The 30-year-old's most recent acting role came in original film Christmas on the Farm in 2021.

    Demi famously dated her co-star and musician Alec, 30, after their characters began a relationship on the show.

    The couple remained together for four years until late 2017, reportedly splitting after Demi moved to America to further her acting career.

    Demi went public with her relationship with Disney TV producer Andrew Brooks in 2018 and they tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Palm Springs in 2022.

    Demi and Andrew, who used to be a producer on Modern Family, announced they were expecting their first child earlier this month.

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