‘Home and Away’ 2015: ‘Secret Storyline’ Revealed as Brax Returns to Show

“Home and Away” character Daryl “Brax” Braxton is coming back to Summer Bay and he will bring more spice to the show.

In an interview with The Sunday Telegraph, Steve Peacocke, who plays Brax, confirmed the return of his character.

“It will be an interesting ­little twist. While Brax is in the Bay it will spice things up a bit, I think,” he said.

Two months ago, Brax was presumed dead but only to be revealed that he only left Summer Bay.

The storyline behind Brax return remains underwraps and won’t be revealed until his episodes goes on air later this year.

“I can’t say anything about what is going to happen, but it is something the audience is going to love, which is part of why I thought it would be a nice book end,” he told The Sunday Telegraph.

However, Peacocke also said “This is it for me” suggesting that this might be Brax’s final farewell to the show.

The 33-year-old actor has just started his international career and he plans to pursue it, the Daily Mail reported.

Last year, he made his debut in Hollywood when he starred alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in the newest “Hercules” movie.

Steve recently shot “Me Before You in London” which stars Emily Clarke and Sam Claflin. The film is based on a best-selling British book which follows the life of a small-town girl and a 35-year-old man who was paralyzed in a motorbike accident. Steve will play Sam’s character’s personal nurse and friend, Nathan.

He will also in appear in “Fun House” with Tina Fey, Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman and fellow Australian and former soap star Margot Robbie.

Both films are due to be ­released next year.

Peacocke made his first appearance on “Home and Away” in 2011 as the leader of the River Boys gang, the Daily Mail wrote.

He received nomination from Gold Logie this year for his role as “Brax” in the Australian TV drama.

“The show has been so good to me in terms of launching my career, so it is just something I always wanted to do — if there was any way I could be a part of something in the future,” Peacocke said.

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