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Home and Away stars react as ‘beloved’ colleague given devastating diagnosis

Through a “long journey,” the Home and Away family is uniting to assist one of their own.

Bruce Murray, a crew member on “Beloved,” was diagnosed with stage four oesophageal cancer.

A GoFundMe has been created by the Home and Away community in the hopes of raising money to give Murray and his family “some comfort through these tough roads ahead.”

The organisers of the GoFundMe page revealed that the illness had spread to his bloodstream and developed into many cancerous growths on his hips, collar bone, ribs, sacrum, and vertebrae.

His radiation therapy on the spine, ribs, and hips—the three most critical areas—will shortly begin.

Murray will also receive immunotherapy, which will be administered in tandem to chemotherapy.

Angelina Thomson, Kirsty Simmons, Georgie Parker, Emily Symons, Stephanie Panozzo, Ada Nicodemou, and Ethan Browne were among the several cast members and staff members that contributed.

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The page has raised more than $34,000 as of Monday morning, surpassing its $10,000 target.

Murray’s website states that he has over 20 years of experience in the TV and film industries.

He has contributed to the Channel 7 series All Saints in addition to Home and Away.

Leading the group of grips, Murray is recognised for having assisted Home and Away in achieving its “new directorial look.”

A grip is a technician that sets up, runs, and looks after the lighting and camera support equipment on sets.

As the team leader, he has experience working in a wide range of environments, including the beach, underwater, in cars and boats, atop buildings, and on cliff cliffs.

Donate here to Murray’s GoFundMe.

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