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Entertainment Home And Away alum Isabel Lucas has joined MacGyver

11:45  13 september  2017
11:45  13 september  2017 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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TV. Home And Away alum Isabel Lucas has joined the MacGyver cast. We can't wait to see her save the world with just paper clips and gum.

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Australian actress Isabel Lucas is the newest cast member to join MacGyver.

The Home And Away alum will be joining the second season of the reboot, based on a secret agent who gets out of sticky situations with discreet objects like birthday candles and sticky tape.

The news was shared to Instagram yesterday by Isabel’s co-star Justin Hires, who plays Wilt Bozer. He wrote, “And then there was six. Welcome our new cast member for season 2 of ‘MacGyver’ the lovely @isabellucas.”

Australian actress Isabel Lucas is the newest cast member to join MacGyver. The Home And Away alum will be joining the second season of the reboot.© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd isabel lucas

Isabel herself shared a snap today to Instagram, writing: “I’ve been busy learning how to save the world from impending disasters with bubblegum & paper clips... Thanks to everyone at @macgyvercbs for the warm welcome & fun times!! #totallyposing #butwedoJamesBondstuff"

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Home And Away star Isabel Lucas has joined MacGyver | Now To Love - www.nowtolove.com.au. Australian actress Isabel Lucas is the newest cast member to join MacGyver . The Home And Away alum will be joining the second season of the reboot.

Isabel Lucas (January 29, 1985) is an Australian actress who portrays Samantha Cage on the reboot action MacGyver . Isabel was born in Melbourne, Australia. Her father is Australian and her mother is Swiss. When she was age 6, her family moved to Switzerland for a year.

Lucas Till, who plays Angus ‘Mac’ MacGyver on the show, also shared a welcome snap to social media.

Isabel’s role on the show has been kept under wraps so far, but luckily we won’t have to wait long to find out. The new season airs in the US at the end of this month.

The actress and environmentalist has been quite the busy lady of late. She starred as Anna in this year’s now cancelled series Emerald City, plus she has two films in post-production - Chasing Comets (which she stars alongsideHome And Away actor Dan Ewing), and In Like Flynn.

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