Cameron Daddo reveals the peculiar way that Home and Away stars film kissing scenes during COVID-19

When Cameron Daddo started acting in Home and Away earlier this year, he definitely made a splash.
And on Monday, the 55-year-old opened up about how, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the long-running drama safely shot kissing scenes.
The actor explained on his podcast Separate Bathrooms and Other Handy Marriage Tips that Glad Wrap was considered to be put on their lips at one point in production.

‘We were supposed to do kisses with Covid only recently on Home and Away, you know, and in the end, there was talk at the time of putting Glad Wrap around our lips just to do the kiss,’ he said. ‘But at the end of the day, it was just camera angles, a kind of leaning in, but no touch. So hot.’

Cameron played Evan Slater in the film, but the Models Inc. star returned as Evan’s twin brother, Owen, following his tragic death.
Earlier this month, Cameron admitted to gaslighting his wife Alison Brahe in the past on a podcast.

After saying how much a heartfelt apology would benefit others, Alison, 50, brought up the topic of gaslighting.

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Gaslighting is the other side of that. Like when I say, ‘When you did that, it really hurt,’ and you say, ‘I didn’t do that,’ she said.
Cameron admitted then that he had done that to her before. ‘I did it to you. I did this. And you know that I did it,’ he said.
He added:’ This is where it is difficult. That’s why looking at the way we hurt people is so hard. And I did it with you, [telling you], “You’re nuts, you’re crazy.” And I’m going to apologize again.

The couple was married in 1991, and together they have three children, daughters Lotus, 24, and Bodhi, 14, and a son, River, 20.


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