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Home and Away Cast

Miles Copeland played by Josh Quong Tart

Josh Quong Tart

Plays Miles Copeland

Born 18 September 1975 and raised for most of his life on the Northern Beaches, Josh grew up in a family of ‘muso’s’ so it was no wonder that he had a taste for performance from an early age.

It was at 13 when Josh knew he wanted to go to NIDA and spent his last two years of high school at a performing arts school.

He spent the next year doing theatre and his first musical ELVIS- THE MUSICAL and BAD BOY JOHNNY.

In 1994 Josh was accepted into NIDA and graduated in 1997. He appeared in various television programs including WILDSIDE and hosted NIKELODEON Sarvo with Jamie Croft.

Other television credits include HEADLAND, McLEOD’S DAUGHTERS, YOUNG LIONS, HOME AND AWAY, CHAMELEON II, THE LEAVING OF LIVERPOOL and WATER RATS.

Josh is more notably familiar to television audiences through his role as ward clerk Matt Horner on ALL SAINTS, a role he had for over two years.

Josh then got back into theatre appearing in Bell Shakespeare’s production of SHAKESPEARE’s R & J, OLD WICKED SONGS and THIS LIME TREE BOWER. This year, Josh also starred in the black comedy KILLER JOE at Belvoir street theatre.

It was from his working relationship with actor/singer Genevieve Lemon that he met Jenny Morris (an artist who Josh admired as a kid). He struck an instant rapport and ended up joining her and her band playing around Australia as a vocalist.

A highlight for Josh was when he sung lead vocals with Ian Moss, Andrew Farris and Steve Balbi on LIVE AT THE BASEMENT for the ABC.

Josh joins HOME AND AWAY as the mysterious ‘Milco’ - a character who fans assumed was merely an imaginary friend of young Sally’s, until now.

Transmission Times
Monday 6.30pm    
Tuesday 6.30pm    
Wednesday 6.30pm    
Thursday 6.30pm    
Thursday 6.30pm    
Friday 6.30pm    
Saturday 12.10pm 12.35pm 1.05pm
Sunday 11.15am 11.45am  
Also on RTÉ One 1.30pm    Weekly Repeat

Home and Away Cast

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