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JAIL HOUSE COCK

After roles in Days Of Our Lives, NCIS and CSI, Bernard Curry is back in Oz and behind bars! He tells Matt Myers about life in Wentworth Detention Centre.

DNA: You play bad-boy warden Jake Stewart in Wentworth. When your character was introduced, was there some sexual tension between Jake and fellow warden Will Jackson (Robbie Magasiva) in the locker room?

Bernard Curry: Oh, yes! When I read the character breakdown in the script it said that sexually Jake couldn’t be pigeonholed. He’s an opportunist and will entertain any opportunity that comes his way. He’s probably tried the other side and enjoyed it, but also likes women. Fletch had left the show, and he was quite blokey, then Jake comes in, who’s a little more fluid. There were a few of those moments in the locker room where Jake’s come out of the shower and Will’s like, “Other people use this locker room, too!” I think it’s fair to say they explored a little sexual tension between them… but I don’t think it was ever an intention to go down that road. It helped the audience understand that Jake is able to cross the line.

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