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Article on Lincoln Younes in The Daily Telegraph today:


How Younes went from Home and Away to Hollywood.

LINCOLN Younes is mixing in good company as his star rises in Hollywood.

The former Home and Away actor was front and centre as Eva Longoria celebrated the unveiling of her Walk of Fame star in Los Angeles this week.

“It was an honour celebrating today with you @evalongoria,” Younes wrote on Instagram.

“May your Walk of Fame star produce as many smiles as you do. This town is lucky to have you.”

Younes, 26, moved to the US earlier this year after being cast in the ABC America series Grand Hotel.

He’s buffed-up for the role, sharing a series of super fit ripped images to social media over recent weeks.

He attended Coachella at the weekend with castmates from Grand Hotel, which also stars Demian Bichir, Roselyn Sanchez, Chris Warren, Bryan Craig and Anne Winters.

Younes plays the character of Danny in the show that is based on a Spanish series originally set at the turn of the 20th century.

Grand Hotel will be a soapy drama set around a Miami Beach Hotel whereby under its perfect exterior lies a family and staff swimming in explosive secrets. The original series was dubbed a Spanish Downton Abbey.

“I am so excited to be assembling this all-star cast that reflects the world in which we live,” Longoria has said.



....and the DailyMail article:


From Summer Bay to LA! Home And Away’s original River Boy Lincoln Younes cuddles up to Hollywood star Eva Longoria after partying at Coachella



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Lincoln Younes’ pilot Grand Hotel has now been picked up as a series by US network ABC, so he’ll be a regular on primetime American television from the autumn.


I thought Lincoln was brilliant as Casey Braxton; it’s great to see another Home and Away star having success in Hollywood.

Also, Blindspot, which stars Luke Mitchell (Romeo), has just been renewed for a fourth season by NBC.


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