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George Houvardas stalked by 'Rafters' fan

George Houvardas has revealed that he is being stalked by a "strange" fan. The 29-year-old Australian actor, who is best known for playing Nick "Carbo" Karadonis on the Seven Network's family drama Packed To The Rafters, said that his female admirer regularly sends him "strange" gift and letters. Houvardas told Woman's Day: "One was women's lingerie. She sent it from Queensland to my house! It's weird when they know where you live. [It came with my name] written (more)
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'Dwts' celebs anger estate owner

'Dwts' celebs anger estate owner
A group of Australian celebrities from Dancing With The Stars have angered a South Coast property owner. TV star Rob Palmer, Packed To The Rafters actor George Houvardas, Wag Alex Fevola, sportsman Jason Stevens, singer Tamara Jaber and Home and Away's Esther Anderson have been accused of leaving the owner of a five-bedroom estate in Vincentia $$1,650 (£1,015) out of pocket after cancelling their booking at the last minute. The unnamed owner told The Daily Telegraph: (more)
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Houvardas wants 'Dwts' to help career

George Houvardas has revealed that he would love to work in radio. The Australian actor, who is best known for playing Carbo in Packed To The Rafters, said that he hopes his recent stint on Dancing With The Stars will open up a few career doors for him in the future. Houvardas told The Daily Telegraph: "I've done a few [radio] co-hosting gigs. I've worked on Triple M's grill team and done a bit with Kyle and Jackie O, so hopefully there will be a door (more)
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Houvardas: 'I back Luke Jacobz'

George Houvardas has revealed that he supports Luke Jacobz as the new host of the Australian version of The X Factor. Jacobz, who is best known for playing Angelo Rossetti in Home and Away, was brought in at the last minute to replace presenter Matthew Newton, who dropped out due to his recent domestic violence scandal. Packed To The Rafters actor Houvardas told The Daily Telegraph: "Before (more)
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