He was originally played by Darius Perkins but Jason Donovan took over the role, first appearing in Episode - 12 February and last appearing in Episode - 18 May Scott grew up at No 28 Ramsay Street. Scott was best friends with neighbour Danny Ramsay. They used to hide out at a old abbey in the suburbs of Melbourne. They almost had sex even though Kim was still under In November , Scott decided to go travelling.
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Julie Martin Nee Robinson was a character in Neighbours from Episode 1 - 18 March to October that year, before appearing again in , last appearing in Episode - 3 October Julie fell from a building at a murder mysery weekend, leaving her husband Philip Martin a widower and daughter Hannah Martin without a mother. She always thought she was the daughter of Jim Robinson but once he died, she found that her mother Anne Robinson was the product of a rape and Julie's real dad was Roger Bannon. Julie Robinson was born on the 29th April , the daughter of married woman Anne Robinson and Roger Bannon who had raped Anne while her husband, and also Roger's employee Jim Robinson was away on business. Anne told Jim the truth and he later agreed to raise Julie as his own, and hide the truth from her. Julie worked in a bank and developed a gossipy interfering side.
This page describes all of Lucy Loud's relationships with her family and friends. Since being introduced in " Left in the Dark ", Lucy has always been overlooked, or not even noticed, by her siblings in situations where all of them are relevant. This is presumably what first made her a goth, but not definite. She constantly scares them by appearing next to them unnoticed, and tells them her gloomy poems that she writes.
Lucy Robinson became a WikiTreer in May of What are some of the surnames you are researching? I personally believe all of us track back to Africa and this man is my link. Many are trying to determine if the man who came to America is the same as the well known Harrington line of England.