Neighbours star Scott Major believes his character Lucas Fitzgerald will always live life on the edge.
Lucas has got involved in illegal street racing which is helping him fill the void he has felt since he quite gambling, and while Scott would like to see his character do the right thing, he knows he will always be driven by his wild side.
Scott said: “I think Lucas would like to think he could be on the straight and narrow, but there is always going to be something in him that will push him toward something more edgy.”
The 35-year-old actor, who has directed some episodes of Neighbours, would like to see Lucas using his own experiences to help other people who are in trouble.
He said: “I would like to see him back in the community and possibly helping kids going off the rails to get back on track. I think he has the potential to do that.”
But despite begin caught up in Garland’s dodgy racing, Lucas is trying to do the right thing, and look out for Kate and Sophie.
Scott said: “Lucas will embrace his life and try to make it up to others for things he has done in the past.
“Also for the first time he is in a family environment and becomes a pseudo guardian of the Ramsays and he also has other friends that are in need and he will be there for them.”