Tobi Atkins

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Tobi Atkins
Tobias Stuart Atkins

(1990-09-30) 30 September 1990 (age 31)
Sydney, Australia
OccupationActor and musician
Parent(s)Father - David Atkins

Tobias Stuart Atkins, (born 30 September 1990) is an Australian actor and musician.


Personal life

He was born and raised in Sydney and his interest in the performing arts began with tap lessons at 3 years old. [1]

He is the son of producer, choreographer and director David Atkins OAM. [2] [3]


He used to play the role of Henry Hunter in the soap opera Home and Away who was the son of Beth Hunter (Clarissa House), a twin brother to Matilda Hunter (Indiana Evans). The other siblings were Scott (Kip Gamblin), Kit (Amy Mizzi) and Robbie (Jason Smith). [4]

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