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Is this the end for Alf Stewart? On Saturday, Ray Meagher (photo), 74, said he would like his iconic Home and Away character from the Channel Seven soap to be killed while doing what he loves - fishing

Is this the end for Alf Stewart? Ray Meagher, 74, tells how he would like his iconic Home and Away character from the Channel Seven soap to be killed

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The iconic character of Ray Meagher op Channel Seven is Home and Away has cheated death several times in the last 30 years.

And the experienced actor, 74, has now talked about how he would like his character Alf Stewart to die in the series.

& # 39; I prefer fishing on the pier … and just going, & # 39; he said The good weekend on Saturday.

Is this the end for Alf Stewart? On Saturday, Ray Meagher (photo), 74, said he would like his iconic Home and Away character from the Channel Seven soap to be killed while doing what he loves - fishing

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Is this the end for Alf Stewart? On Saturday, Ray Meagher (photo), 74, said he would like his iconic Home and Away character from the Channel Seven soap to be killed while doing what he loves – fishing

Ray has played a leading role on Home and Away since the show's debut in 1988 and with that the Guinness World Record for the longest running actor in an Australian series.

In the series, Alf suffered a heart attack in 2016 and has previously had to deal with a series of personal crises – from the death of his wife, to natural disasters and even prison imprints.

Ray said that if Alf's death became dramatic, producers could have him shot, or in a fire where he was trying to save a life and be burned to death.

Close call! In 2018 (photographed), fans feared Alf's survival when he collapsed into a sinkhole and got stuck with no one to hear his screams for help. Fortunately he was saved

Close call! In 2018 (photographed), fans feared Alf's survival when he collapsed into a sinkhole and got stuck with no one to hear his screams for help. Fortunately he was saved

Close call! In 2018 (photographed), fans feared Alf's survival when he collapsed into a sinkhole and got stuck with no one to hear his screams for help. Fortunately he was saved

Last year, fans feared Alf's continued existence when he collapsed into a sinkhole and got stuck with no one to hear his screams for help.

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Fortunately for fans, Ray announced in his last interview that his character is not being killed quickly because he has just signed a contract for another three years on the popular Australian soap.

Ray, who played Alf for three decades, received a Medal of the Order of Australia or OAM in 2017 for his work in the performing arts.

He was framed! In the series, Ray & # 39; s character Alf (photo) was improperly imprisoned for murder after an evil plot by twisted Penn Graham

He was framed! In the series, Ray & # 39; s character Alf (photo) was improperly imprisoned for murder after an evil plot by twisted Penn Graham

He was framed! In the series, Ray & # 39; s character Alf (photo) was improperly imprisoned for murder after an evil plot by twisted Penn Graham

He also won the Gold Logie Award for most popular personality on Australian television in 2010 and the most popular actor Logie Award in 2018.

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Alf is married twice in the series, with Martha Baldivis (played by Alison Mulvaney and later by Belinda Giblin) and Ailsa Hogan (played by Judy Nunn).

Ray & # 39; s character has conceived five children in the series, including a stepchild, and has also helped raise eight foster children.

He's not going anywhere ... for now! Ray confessed that his character is not killed quickly, because he has just signed a contract for another three years on the popular soap

He's not going anywhere ... for now! Ray confessed that his character is not killed quickly, because he has just signed a contract for another three years on the popular soap

He's not going anywhere … for now! Ray confessed that his character is not killed quickly, because he has just signed a contract for another three years on the popular soap

Much loved star! Ray won the Gold Logie Award for most popular personality on Australian television in 2010 (photo) and the most popular actor Logie Award in 2018

Much loved star! Ray won the Gold Logie Award for most popular personality on Australian television in 2010 (photo) and the most popular actor Logie Award in 2018

Popular with the ladies! Alf is married twice in the series, with Martha Baldivis (played by Alison Mulvaney and later by Belinda Giblin) and Ailsa Hogan (played by Judy Nunn)
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Popular with the ladies! Alf is married twice in the series, with Martha Baldivis (played by Alison Mulvaney and later by Belinda Giblin) and Ailsa Hogan (played by Judy Nunn)

Much loved star! Ray won the Gold Logie Award for most popular personality on Australian television in 2010 (left) and the most popular actor Logie Award in 2018 (right)

Thinking about his own life, Ray said he hoped he would die peacefully in his sleep, but confessed he wasn't ready to leave.

The much loved actor said while he & # 39; was out of control & # 39; is how he will be remembered, he added: & I hope that as little money as possible is spent on my funeral and as much money as possible on the wake. & # 39;

Broadcasted at home and on the road from Monday to Thursday from 7 pm on Channel Seven

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Impressive! Ray has played a leading role on Home and Away since the show's debut in 1988, bringing him the Guinness World Record for the longest-serving actor in an Australian series

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