While he has already filmed his final scenes ‘Brax’ will remain on air for much of 2015.
News Corp reports he plans to pursue opportunities in Hollywood, having already appeared in Hercules. But unlike younger brother Casey (Lincoln Younes), the door will be left open for a potential return.
“It is a really awesome way they’ve pulled the story together but I think the door will always be open for Brax. It’s been written in a really clever way,” Peacocke said.
“It wasn’t something I was looking forward to because I love the show and the people I work with so much.
“But I think the key to any good TV series or any good storytelling is to leave the audience at the right point, and where we got to with Brax, we hit a point where it was the best point for him to exit the show. It was just the perfect time I guess.”
Peacocke has proven to be the show’s most popular cast member, twice scoring Gold Logie nominations.