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Leah is one of the longest featured characters in the serial's history and has been involved in storylines including the deaths of her husbands, her many relationships, surrogacy, suffering anxiety and the victim of racism.
Their demise came with the improved communication that allowed major city newspapers to be distributed quickly and the development of radio and later television news broadcasts.
She said it makes Leah "a real character and makes her challenging to play".
Nicodemou and Kwanten were permitted to choose their own wedding attire for the wedding episodes.
Leah was given links within the serial almost immediately.
Leah takes a job as a chef at the local diner and moves into a house with Vinnie Patterson (Ryan Kwanten) and Tom Nash (Graeme Squires)."Leah has a confidence about her that makes her shine.
The actor, who is due to leave the Australian soap later this year, said that a lot of practice went into his role as the newly blind Roman."It's quite difficult because you've got to play it to a camera, so you can't play it as you would in real life, because it doesn't read on the camera - although I did practise being blind," Conrad told the "To actually be blind would be horrible. I mean you can't tell the time, you can't read people's faces or expressions, you don't know what sort of day it is," he said.
In 2007, Anderson landed a role on the Victorian version of Australian travel show Postcards.
It's sad that I won't get to see everybody every day.
star Conrad Coley had admitted that he finds it difficult playing a blind character.
actor Conrad Coleby has revealed that it was not his decision to leave the series.
The 29-year-old, whom it was recently announced would leave the soap after just 15 months on air, will make his final appearance on Australian screens in a few weeks' time."Well, it wasn't my decision," Coleby told "There was always something about Roman that was a bit dark, so they explored that and unfortunately went too far for him to carry on."Speaking of his time with the series, Coleby added: "It's been great from day one.