He’s the former Home and Away star who’s just signed on to star in the upcoming mini-series Last King of the Cross as colourful Sydney character John Ibrahim.
Lincoln Younes also made a splash on the red carpet at the reopening of the Dior boutique in Sydney on Wednesday night.
In a white T-shirt, black jacket, and matching snug trousers, the 30-year-old old spunk made sure all eyes were on him.
With a pair of black sneakers with white trim – and what appeared to be a fresh beard – he completed the dashing but casual image.
A leather wrist band with a silver clasp completed the outstanding young actor’s ensemble.
Lincoln, who is recognised for his fashion sense, wore his lush thick black hair combed back, highlighting his cheerful good looks.
After a nearly two-year hunt, Younes – who is half Australian and half Lebanese – is said to have beaten out a number of other actors for the role of Ibrahim in the book-turned-miniseries Last King Of The Cross.
According to sources close to the production, Younes’ acting talent, as well as his similarly dark complexion and light eyes, impressed John Ibrahim, who was “extremely specific” about who would play him.
The multi-part series is set to begin filming in Sydney in the coming weeks.
Ibrahim was born in Tripoli, Lebanon, and immigrated to Australia in the early 1970s, when he rose through the ranks of Sydney’s nightlife scene – a journey that will be depicted in the future series.
Younes, on the other hand, was born and raised by his single mother in Australia, although his biological father is from Lebanon.
Younes has been in a number of prominent Australian shows, including Home and Away, Tangle, Doctor Doctor, Love Child, and the US TV series Grand Hotel, despite the fact that he is only 30 years old.