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From Home And Away bad boy to Hollywood: Bob Morley gets candid on career and life with wife Eliza

These scenes aren't what you expect.
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Australian’s recognise Bob Morley for his bad boy Home And Away character Drew Curtis but Hollywood knows him from Binge series, Love Me.

With season two of the drama series out, Love Me has become known for its steamier moments. Despite the expected awkwardness, Bob reveals he has never “dreaded” intimate on-screen moments.

People are adore Bob on Love Me.

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According to the actor, intimate scenes are “far less intimate than what they look like on screen” he revealed during an interview with Today.

“There is a lot of cooperation that is involved, not only from the actors, but from all departments on set. I have been on some that are less than comfortable, but they have come a long way over time,” Bob said.

“Bojana and I had the guidance of a brilliant intimacy co-ordinator to make sure Peter and Clara’s lovemaking scenes were safe spaces for us as actors, but also relevant and realistic to the story.”


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Since his career in acting truly set fire after Home And Away when he was just 21-years-old, Bob has landed some major Hollywood titles.

But the most life-changing experience – in our opinion at least – would have to be his role as Bellamy Blake in the sci-fi series, The 100.

It was on this series which aired for six years, where Bob found his soulmate in fellow Australian actress Eliza Taylor. Back in March 2022, the couple welcomed the arrival of their first baby together.

In some weird test of fate, she also starred in an Aussie soap, Neighbours.

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“It’s crazy how our life and work has come full circle,” Bob told the publication. “We were both on Australian soaps back home, met on a set in Canada and the rest is history.”

“I’ve been in Hollywood for about a decade now… It’s home for me and my wife Eliza.”

However, despite power couples’ success in the United States, Bob revealed he does “miss” Australia.

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