Its world premiere was at the cite web | author = Berlinale | title = The Festival - Awards & Prizes - Prizes Generation | url = accessdate = 2008-02-16 in the long running Australian Soap opera "Home and Away".
The couple broke up in November the same year, but they are still good friends. Born Indiana Rose Evans on 27th July, 1990 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, she is famous for Snobs, Home and Away, H2O: Just Add Water, Blue Lagoon: The Awakening in a career that spans 2003–present.
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] Biography Prior to appearing as Lucas in "Home and Away", Rhys had been acting for over 6 years.
He attended classes at The Mc Donald College of Performing Arts where he won an acting scholarship in 2003cite web |url= |title=Rhys Wakefield (Year 12 - 2006) |accessdate=2007-10-20 |format=HTML |work=The Mc Donald College Website" in 2000.
This was later followed by a television appearance playing Brad, a guest star in the 2001 series "Don't Blame Me" for which he appeared in two episodes, "Best Foot Forward" and "The Dingo Made Me Do It".
Rhys Wakefield played his first leading role in a feature film in "The Black Balloon" as Thomas Mollison , which opened March 6, 2008 in Australian cinemas.
He is best known for portraying the main character Thomas in the 2008 film The Black Balloon.
, for the 2011 film Sanctum, and portraying Lucas Holden in the long-running TV series Home and Away.