Greenwood appeared in Neighbours between 1997
and 2000. Although she never lived on Ramsay Street,
she went to school at Erinsborough High, and dated Lance
Wilkinson for many years. Amy left the neighbourhood
after falling pregnant, and got married to Damien soon
afterwards. It appears Amy is still working as a flight
Angie Rebecchi is the mother of current
Ramsay Street resident, Toadie. She lived in the street
between 1995 and 1996 and has been to stay with her son
often in recent years. She and her husband Kev won the
lottery back in 2002 and run a roadhouse.
Annalise Hartman lived on the street from
1993 to 1996. When she first arrived she dated and got
engaged to Lou Carpenter, before he realised that she
was far younger than she had told him. Annalise eventually
left the street for London, where boyfriend Sam Kratz later joined her a
and they married. She now works for the BBC.
Beverly Marshall was
Erinsborough's local doctor. She married Jim Robinson
in 1988, but they were divorced by 1990 after the strain
of not being able to have children proved too much for
the couple. Beverly moved to Perth to join a practice
Billy is the youngest child of Susan and
Karl Kennedy. He moved to Ramsay Street with his parents
and siblings; Libby and Malcolm, in 1994, and stayed
until 2000 when he moved to Queensland with his girlfriend,
Anne Wilkinson, to start an apprenticeship in carpentry.
Nerdy Brett Stark lived in
Erinsborough with his mother Cheryl, sister Danni and
brother Darren from 1993 until 1996. After having an
affair with his mother's friend Judy Bergman, Brett
left to go travelling, returning briefly for his mother's
Danni Stark lived in Ramsay Street from
1993 to 1996, with her mother who was Lou Carpenter's
partner, and her siblings Brett and Darren. She left
for Malaysia to further her fashion career after her mother died.
An original Neighbours character, Danny spent the first year unaware that Max wasn't his real father. Once he did find out, he got over the shock quickly. After another six months, he decided to leave Erinsborough and got a transfer with Pacific Bank to another branch in the country.
Debbie lived with her grandmother Helen
Daniels, her father Phillip, and siblings Martin and
Hannah in Ramsay Street over various periods from 1992
to 1997, although she aslo made a small appearance in
1985. She left to join Rosemary Daniels' in New York before returning
and taking over the Coffee Shop. She left again in 1997 to join her brother, Michael, in the outback, but has apparently since returned to work for Rosemary.
Felicity moved into Ramsay Street with mother
Lyn, father Joe and siblings Steph and Michelle. Her
brother, Jack, joined them from England some time after.
Felicity caused a stir many times on the street, not
least for ruining Steph's wedding to Marc Lambert. Felicity
left to work for Lassiter's in New York, and although
engaged to Stuart at the time, they soon broke up.
Gaby lived in the street with her family
from 1991 to 1994. During her time in Erinsborough she
became the manager of Lassiter's, and after having a
son, Zac, and reuniting with his father, Jack Flynn, she moved to manage the Darwin branch where she still is today.
Gail Robinson came
to the street when she joined the Daniels Corporation.
She got married to Paul to close a business deal, but
they soon found that they really had feelings for each
other, and had triplets, Cameron, Robert and Lucinda.
They split up whilst Gail was still pregnant, however, and
she moved to live with her dad in Tasmania.
Hannah arrived in Ramsay Street in 1992 with
her mother and father, Julie and Philip Martin. They
moved into No. 26 with Julie's grandmother, Helen Daniels.
Through out her time on the street Hannah was a very popular
resident, who went through a lot, losing first her grandfather, then her mother and
great-grandmother. She finally moved away from the
street in which she grew up, with her father and step-mother
in 1999, and went to live in Darwin.
Hilary Robinson lived on the street from 1989
until 1990, following a brief appearance at Scott and Charlene's wedding in 1987. Throughout her time in Erinsborough, she worked at Erinsborough High, set up Jim and Beverly, and came
back into contact with her estranged son, Matt, as well as interfering in everyone's business.
With her grandmother, Nell Mangel,
Jane Harris lived on Ramsay Street from 1986 until 1989.
Her years on the street saw quite a transformation for
Jane, from 'Plain Jane Superbrain' to the glamourous woman
that departed the street a few years later. She now lives
in England with her grandmother.
Kennedy and Darren
Both of these character's have come a long
way since they first arrived on the street, Libby as
a young school-girl in 1994, and Darren as a rogue who
spent time in prison before moving back to Ramsay Street in 1996. The couple were together
for a year or so in their teens, but Libby went on to marry Drew Kirk, who died in 2002. When Darren returned to the street in 2004, it was obvious that
the old attraction was still there, and they now live,
together with her son, Ben, in Shepparton.
Luke Handley came to Ramsay Street to join
his sister Jen in 1995. During his time in Erinsborough
he trained as a policeman, but had to stop after finding
out he had Hodgkins lymphoma. He went into remission,
however, and left to join Danni Stark in Malaysia in 1996.
It seems that he has since completed his police training.
Arriving in 1994 with his family, Mal Kennedy
was a popular resident on the street. After having
a relationship with Danni Stark, and graduating from school,
he left to travel with Catherine O'Brien in 1997,
finally settling in London and marrying her. He has been
back to visit his parents a few times, firstly to try and take over
The Coffee Shop, and then just after his parents split
up, to sell the house he had bought on his previous visit,
Marlene lived on Ramsay Street from 1994 to
1997, for the most part next-door to her daughter Cheryl and family.
She left Erinsborough to go on a 3 month cruise with her new boyfriend, George Marshall, but 8
years later is apparently still sailing the seas, as her
documentary interview showed.
Matt Hancock's short time on the street was
littered with controversy. After knocking Harold down
during a drag-race, and where his opponent was left critically
injured, his family had to sell the house to pay for the
legal fees for Matt's trial. They left the street in 2002, but it seems that
Matt has since made something of his life.
Melanie Pearson lived on Ramsay Street from 1989 until 1991, having cropped up several times before that. She got married to Joe Mangel
and they left to tour Europe before settling in the country.
They divorced in 1993, however, and it seems Melanie now
lives in London.
Nina Tucker changed beyond
all recognition whilst living in Erinsborough. Arriving
as a shy school girl, her talent for singing was soon
picked up on, and she left first to become a Bollywood
actress, before settling in Los Angeles with Jack Scully.
Paul McClain was taken
in as a foster son by Harold and Madge Bishop, after
his mother died. He lived with Harold and Madge for
4 years from 1997, before leaving Erinsborough to join
the Adelaide Crows football team.
Wilkinson came onto the street as Helen Daniels' physiotherapist.
She soon moved into the vacant No. 32 with her children
Anne and Lance. Despite being anything but friends to
start with, Ruth started dating Phil Martin, and the
pair were married, before moving to Darwin in 1999.
Sam Kratz came to the
street to look after his grandmother's newly acquired
house. During his time in Erinsborough he was a hit
with the ladies, before settling down with Annalise.
Although she left him in Ramsay Street to go to London,
he left to join her in 1996, and they are now married.
Sarah Beaumont ruffled many feathers when
living on Ramsay Street, conducting an affair with Karl
Kennedy whilst being employed as his receptionist. She
left in 1999, after 3 years on the street to live in Amsterdam
with her new husband, Peter Hannay. They later had a baby, Antigone, but have since separated,
and Sarah moved to Norwich.