Un-lovable butterfly! Isabel Lucas, the former star of Home and Away, reveals her new role in Byron Bay
She's the Australian actress and environmental activist who launched her Home and Away story.
And Isabel Lucas unveiled on Thursday her surprising new job living in Byron Bay's sleepy town.
I am a beekeeper in Byron, it is my way of supporting healthy populations of bees and natural pollination,' she added.
I'm a beekeeper in Byron': Former Home and Away actor Isabel Lucas (pictured) unveiled her surprising new job while residing in the sleepy town of Byron Bay on Thursday' I emphasize and cultivate healthy living consciousness,' the 35-year-old Transformers star added. The actress began her career at Home and Away in 2003 before being thrust into a slew of Hollywood successes including Transformers: Revenge and Transformers
In a September interview with Stellar, commenting on her performance in the competitive industry, Isabel shared the best piece of career advice she's got.
Do her for the world! It's my effort to help save bee populations and natural pollination,' she said to The Daily Telegraph' It's not all about making money, it's about developing and being an artist.
Sometimes you have to take some time out and fill up again ' she said.
The actress clarified that realizing that she has the power to say' no' is something she has applied over the years.
It's not all about money-making, it's about growing and being an artist. Sometimes you need to take some time out and fill it up again,' she said. Seen alongside her fellow castmates Home and Away (left to right) Ada Nicodemou, Jason Smith, Laurie Foell, and Chris Hemsworth Isabel's most recent appearance was in the Australian comedy-drama Chasing Comets, along with Dan Ewing, George Houvardas and Stan Walker.
In 2016 she moved from Los Angeles to the Byron Bay coastal enclave.
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She travels back and forth regularly for work in Australia and the United States.
Purple Law! The Australian actor is no novice to come out for a good cause. Pictured at the 2019 NGV Gala in Melbourne on 30 November