The 28-year-old will play ex-army medic Dr Toke on Channel Nine's Doctor Doctor, The Daily Telegraph reports.Speaking to the publication, the Australian actor gushed about how he was excited to be a part of the popular Channel Nine drama.'I'm pretty thrilled to be on the show,' Angus said.Nevertheless, her roles in the television film Blue Lagoon: The Awakening and television series H20: Just Add Water is intensely celebrated by her fans. However, her name has been time and again attached withhotshots of the industry namely Luke Mitchell, Brenton Thwaites, and Angus Mc Laren.Moreover, it is highly rumored that she is currently dating Angus but the rumor can’t be verified.According to TV Tonight, Angus will play former army medic Dr Toke, who will reportedly set his sights on wooing Penny, played by Hayley Mc Elhinney.Angus became a household name in 2008, playing beloved Nathan Rafter on Packed to The Rafters until 2013.After winning the election as Mayor, Hugh’s mother Meryl (Tina Bursill) faces a corruption investigation and could lose everything, while his dad Jim (Steve Bisley) is rushed to hospital after he collapses. And all the while, Hugh fights with temptation at every turn.The countdown is on, can he make it to the end of his probation without screwing up again, and ruining his career forever?
Matt (Ryan Johnson) has disappeared to clear his head and Charlie (Nicole da Silva) is desperately trying to get him to return home, their marriage is in trouble, and it’s all thanks to Hugh. When Hugh’s teenage son Ajax (Matt Castley) and his devoutly religious long-term girlfriend Hayley (Chloe Bayliss) accidentally have sex, Ajax wants to marry her!
Angus is her co-star from H2O: Just Add Water, Brenton Thwaites is her co-star from Home and Away plus Blue Lagoon: The Awakening and Luke Michell is also her Home and Away co-star.
“She may have developed a reputation of dating her co-stars because of her dedication to acting. It doesn’t need physics approval to figure out “you are attracted to whom you spent most of the time with.” She has dated some guys from the industry but all of the affair can’t be verified.
A large sum had to be paid for their recovery." So wrote the diplomat Robert Bruce Lockhart in his diary for 28 April 1932.
Three-quarters of a century later we see the popular press fixated on the trial of two men who purportedly demanded £50,000 with the threat of making public audio recordings which refer to a member of the British Royal Family committing a homosexual act.