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Home and Away’s James Stewart warns young actors against partying too hard

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“Don’t make a fool of yourself.”

James Stewart, star of Home and Away, has advised aspiring actors that excessive partying might jeopardise their careers.

Stewart has cautioned young performers not to go out of control ahead of the Logie Awards on Sunday night (July 30).

“Growing up, I had a few Logies that were very memorable,” he said in an interview with Perth Now. There will always be closed doors. Some celebrations held behind closed doors serve a purpose.”

The actor, who plays Summer Bay’s Justin Morgan, also stated that being too drunk could cost performers future roles.

“I had a really good time and met a lot of new people, and then in your 30s, you’ll have one glass of wine and then a glass of water,” he recounted.

“The foyer will be filled with a slew of potential employers who will hire you in the future.” It was just one night. You must keep connecting sentences together while not making a fool of yourself.

“If you have to do the Macarena, do it for two seconds, shake hands, look them in the eyes, and walk into the audition room next week.” That is significant.”

Stewart’s remarks came after Home and Away suggested the death of a beloved character in an upcoming episode.

In Friday’s episode (July 28), Marilyn received a suspicious parcel from Stunning Organics. The package carries an explosive bomb, which those in the Bay are unaware of.

Summer Bay will be destroyed by the blast, and “when the dust settles, one person won’t be coming home…”

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