Many of his co-stars paid Ray Meagher, the legendary star of Home and Away, honours on his 78th birthday.
Since the soap opera’s 1988 debut, the Australian actor has played Summer Bay resident Alf Steward for 34 years. On his special day, he was showered with love.
The first person to post a photo of herself and Meagher attending the TV WEEK Logie Awards on Instagram to honour the actor was Emily Symons, who portrays Marilyn Chambers on the serial opera. “We wish Ray a happy birthday. I appreciate our 33-year friendship; it’s a long time “She composed.
Georgie Parker, who plays Roo Steward on the television show Home and Away, also seized the chance to pay tribute to Meagher with a post of her own that featured numerous images of the actor grinning next to his co-stars. “Ray, happy birthday. I adore you, “Many of her co-stars added their well wishes in the comments section after she captioned the pictures.
Symons remarked, “Beautiful sweetheart, love these.” “Raymond, happy birthday.”
Cameron Daddo, a different actor, added: “Ray, the man, is there. Big heart, happy birthday.”
In a comment on the article, Luke Mitchell, who left the soap opera Home and Away in 2013 after four years on the show, wrote: “Ray, happy birthday! You’re a f*cking legend!”
Meagher recently made a comment regarding the Channel 5 decision to end the 37-year run of Neighbours, another long-running Australian soap opera.
He told TV Tonight, “It’s terribly awful. “In that genre, it paved the way. Sales to the BBC of five episodes each week were a first for a soap opera. Not only here but also globally, they were a resounding success. The fact that it’s ended is truly a travesty.”