Cariba posted a new shot from one of her older photoshoots with Chance Denman back in 2016. We have already had a similar photo from this photoshoot but it was black and white. This one is colorful and Cariba looks so stunning on it!
Cariba has started filming Everyone is Doing Great together with Alexandra Park and we are bringing you a few photos from behind the scenes of the filming and Cariba and Alex hanging out together. Enjoy!
Hello! We got some new photos from Instastories and then from Cat Lake, British Columbia where Cariba spent a few days with her friends. Also, she met Dale Molloy – her former dance partner in Vancouver.
Back in 2015 (when her hair was still blonde) Cariba had a guest role in two episodes of TV Series called Adopted. The series has’t premiered yet but the trailer came out recently. Let’s hope it will be available soon. We have been waiting for it to air for a very long time. I added some behind-the-scenes photos under the video too.
Hi all! We got some new photos of Cariba during these last two months. In June she celebrated Hannah Levien’s birthday where she also met Burgess Abernethy. Just look at this photo of these two. Isn’t it cute? All the Zikki feels! It makes me so happy they’re still friends since H2O. For more photos visit the album in our gallery.
Do you recognize the faces above? In case you don’t, this is Burgess Abernethy (Zane from H2O) and Jamie Timony (Nate from H2O). Cariba met them in Vancouver in April. I am so happy to see that they are hanging out together after all this time. It has been years since the last season of H2O and it makes me so happy they are still in touch with each other.
‘A couple of times I had to check myself because of the fun I was having’:
Home and Away’s Cariba Heine reveals she enjoys playing Summer Bay’s newest villain
Home and Away star, Cariba Heine recently made her dramatic debut as Summer Bay’s newest bad girl ‘Ebony.’ Now, the South African-born Australian actress has revealed she enjoys playing the villain. Speaking to The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday the 29-year-old revealed: ‘I had the best time playing Ebony. I had some really great lines to say and I loved the idea of how much pleasure she gets from causing other people pain. A couple of times I had to check myself because of the fun I was having.’ However the Aussie TV soap star claims Ebony is the antithesis of her personality.‘It’s the complete opposite of myself, which is refreshing,’ the sultry brunette told The Daily Telegraph. But it’s not the first time she has auditioned. Heine said she had submitted audition tapes for a couple of roles but nothing had “excited” her like Ebony. ‘The more I read the scripts, the more her backstory unravelled.’ she said.
Prior to her new role, the South African-born actress rose to fame playing Rikki Chadwick on H2O: Just Add Water, a Channel 10 fantasy program. Her character on the show, which ran from 2006-2010, was a mermaid with special powers who was initially ‘aloof and rebellious.’ She appeared in all three seasons of the show, in addition to its spin-off series Mako: Island Of Secrets. She also scored the lead role of Bridget Sanchez in another teenage series, Blue Water High, for its third and final season which began filming in 2007. The show followed the lives of a young group of students at Solar Blue, a high-performance surf academy, and aired on ABC1 and Nickelodeon.
Cariba was born in Johannesburg and moved to Australia with her parents and older brother when she was three years old. She studied acting and dancing at the National Capital Acting School in Canberra, training in jazz, tap and classical ballet in addition to drama. She received strong reviews playing veteran Australian entertainer Delvene Delaney in the 2012 mini-series Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War on Channel Nine.