Sam Frost's return to TV after quitting Home And Away

Sam Frost is set to make her return to Aussie TV after leaving Home And Away three months ago.

The 32-year-old, who quit the Channel Seven soap in December, will star on the series My Road to Adventure, alongside her sister Kris Ross.

Sam Frost
Sam Frost is set to return to Aussie TV on a lifestyle program. Photo: Instagram/Sam Frost

"We are so excited to join the My Road to Adventure crew again — and this time we'll be making the trek to the Great Ocean Rd in Victoria," Sam revealed in an interview with the Herald Sun.

"The Great Ocean Road means a lot to our family and holds a special place in my heart. I can't wait to revisit."


On previous seasons of the show, Sam and sister Kris had visited Hervey Bay and Fraser Island in Queensland.

In January, Sam's former Home And Away co-star Lynne McGranger, who plays Irene Roberts on the soap, had spilled the beans that Sam was now fully vaccinated and likely planning a return to TV.

"[Sam] spoke to me, can I just say the door is not closed, it's very much an open door," Lynne, 68, said about the potential for the former Bachelorette to come back to Summer Bay.

But she also added that a major factor behind Sam's decision to leave the Bay after four years was her need to be with her family in Melbourne.

Sam Frost filming
Sam filmed her final scenes for Home And Away in December. Photo: Instagram/Sam Frost

Sam had played Jasmine Delaney in the hit soap from 2017, until she filmed her final scenes in December, The Daily Telegraph reported.

Despite initial reports suggesting Sam would only be written out 'temporarily' until after a 'medical procedure' in January, she eventually made the "decision to leave".

"We support and respect Sam’s decision to leave Home and Away," a network spokesperson confirmed in a statement to Yahoo Lifestyle at the time. "Sam leaves with our sincere thanks and very best wishes for the future."

Back in October, Sam made headlines over her controversial Covid-19 vaccination stance which she revealed in a tearful Instagram video.

In the since-deleted clip, Sam admitted that she was not vaccinated and spoke about feeling like "less of a human" due to "harsh judgment" from society in the lead-up to NSW's 'Freedom Day'.

She described the treatment of unvaccinated people, particularly when it came to the state's ongoing restrictions, as "segregation", and received widespread backlash for the comment.

The reaction to Sam's video was swift, with people calling out the actress for spreading 'misinformation' and for her use of the word 'segregation'. The clip was removed shortly thereafter before Sam deleted her entire account.

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