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Ryan Moloney who plays Toadie Rebecchi, has announced that he will be leaving Neighbours as a series regular later this year.

Ryan, who has been an integral part of the iconic Australian soap for nearly thirty years, is now looking to move behind the camera and has turned his hand to directing, where he will continue to be part of the Neighbours family.


Ryan Moloney commented: "After 30 years playing Toadie, I will be leaving Ramsay Street.  I can’t tell you what is happening to the character - maybe I could be the next Jim Robinson. Or maybe I'll be the next Harold Bishop and keep popping back over the years...

"And although I won’t be bringing you our fantastic storylines from in front of the camera, I will be bringing them to you from the other side, behind the camera.  I’ve just started director training and have just finished filming my first episode as director - so I really hope that you enjoy that...

"Thank you all for the love that you have shown me and Toadie over the years. Three decades, in fact.  I’ll miss you, I’ll miss him, and I’ll miss Erinsborough… but whatever you do, make sure you don’t miss what’s going to happen on Ramsay Street."

Executive Producer Jason Herbison said: “Toadie is an Australian television icon and Ryan is Ramsay Street royalty. The street won’t be the same without seeing him every week however there’s every chance he will pop back in the future.//

"In the meantime, we’re thrilled to support his directing ambitions and can’t wait for viewers to see how Toadie’s season-long story arc plays out. Ryan’s been instrumental in the journey and has blown us away with his performance.”

Neighbours continues on Amazon Freevee.


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