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Lincoln Younes channels John Ibrahim as he and Callan Mulvey film a scene for Last King of the Cross in Sydney

Lincoln Younes and Callan Mulvey filmed another scene for their series Last King of the Cross on Monday.

The high-profile Australian TV stars were spotted on set in the Sydney suburb of Kings Cross during a night shoot.

At one point Younes, who plays Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim in the forthcoming drama series, peered pensively from the balcony of a nightclub.

Night moves: Lincoln Younes (pictured) and Callan Mulvey filmed another scene for their series Last King of the Cross on Monday

Mulvey, meanwhile, plays Detective Sergeant Brian Crellan according to IMDb

Night moves: Lincoln Younes (left) and Callan Mulvey (right) filmed another scene for their series Last King of the Cross on Monday

Lincoln, 30, showed off his toned torso in a blue dress shirt.

The former Home and Away heartthrob has darkened his hair to appear more like the real life nightclub mogul Ibrahim. 

Mulvey, meanwhile, plays Detective Sergeant Brian Crellan according to IMDb. 

Deep thoughts: At one point Younes, who plays Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim in the forthcoming drama series, peered pensively from the balcony of a nightclub

Deep thoughts: At one point Younes, who plays Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim in the forthcoming drama series, peered pensively from the balcony of a nightclub

Dressed up: Mulvey donned a shirt and tie for the scene, and stood several metres away from Younes

Dressed up: Mulvey donned a shirt and tie for the scene, and stood several metres away from Younes

He donned a shirt and tie for the scene, and stood several metres away from Younes. 

The series will tell the story of brothers John and Sam Ibrahim, who are prominent figures in the Kings Cross nightclub district.

Tim Roth, who scored an Oscar nomination for Rob Roy, in 1995, plays a fictional crime boss Ezra Shipman on the show.

Looking good: Lincoln, 30, showed off his toned torso in a blue dress shirt

Looking good: Lincoln, 30, showed off his toned torso in a blue dress shirt

Transformation: The former Home and Away heartthrob has darkened his hair to appear more like the real life nightclub mogul Ibrahim

Transformation: The former Home and Away heartthrob has darkened his hair to appear more like the real life nightclub mogul Ibrahim

Inspiration: The series will tell the story of brothers John and Sam Ibrahim, who are prominent figures in the Kings Cross nightclub district

Award-winning writer-director Kieran Darcy-Smith will helm the crime-drama

Inspiration: The series will tell the story of brothers John and Sam Ibrahim, who are prominent figures in the Kings Cross nightclub district

He replaced Deadwood star Ian McShane who was originally cast in the role, but had to leave the production due to health reasons.

The cast also includes Damian Walshe-Howling (Under­belly), Tess Haubrich (Alien: Covenant) and Matt Nable (Arrow).

Award-winning writer-director Kieran Darcy-Smith will helm the crime-drama.

High drama: It is understood that the show may explore key events in John Ibrahim's life, including surviving a near fatal stabbing and other attempts on his life

High drama: It is understood that the show may explore key events in John Ibrahim’s life, including surviving a near fatal stabbing and other attempts on his life

Go-getter: The Lebanese-born entrepreneur migrated from Tripoli to Australia with his family as a young child before securing his first nightclub at age 19

Go-getter: The Lebanese-born entrepreneur migrated from Tripoli to Australia with his family as a young child before securing his first nightclub at age 19

It is understood that the show may explore key events in John Ibrahim’s life, including surviving a near fatal stabbing and other attempts on his life.

Sources close to the production say that John – who was ‘very particular’ about the actor playing him – was impressed with Lincoln Younes’ acting ability and his similarly dark complexion and light eyes.

The Lebanese-born entrepreneur migrated from Tripoli to Australia with his family as a young child before securing his first nightclub at age 19.

Buzzing: The scene took place in a busy nightclub in Sydney's infamous Kings Cross

Buzzing: The scene took place in a busy nightclub in Sydney’s infamous Kings Cross

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