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In his early 20's, Nash was an apprentice carpenter on the outside before he lost his apprenticeship and turned to car theft. Now serving time at Walford Prison, Nash is part of the construction crew brought in by Governor Ferguson to construct the prison's new garden.

Handsome, cheeky, and warm, Nash is behind bars more for his immaturity than his criminal streak. On the outside he has a daughter named Mia, however he no longer sees her after being dumped by her mother when he was sent to prison.

In season 3, Doreen gives birth and he comes and visits his son, Joshua. On his second visit, Nash brings toys for Joshua. Ferguson plants drugs in the toys and frames him. While Vera is checking the toys, the drugs are found and he is sent back to prison.

In season 4, Nash is now free and visits Doreen for a conjugal visit.

Doreen becomes worried when he seems very close with his ex, their relationship becomes strained.

In season 5, Doreen is finally paroled. Doreen worries Nash won't be there with their son, but soon Nash appears with Joshua and give her a warm welcome.

Appereances Edit

Wentworth: Season 2
"Born Again"
Absent
"Whatever It Takes"

Appears
"Boys In The Yard"


Appears
"The Danger Within"

Appears
"Twist The Knife"
Appears
"The Pink Dragon"

Appears
"Metamorphosis"


Mentioned
"Sins of the Mother"

Absent
"The Fixer"
Absent
"Jail Birds"


Absent
"Into The Night"
Absent
"Fear Her"

Appears
Wentworth: Season 3
"The Governor's Pleasure"
Absent
"Failing Upwards"

Absent
"Knives Out"


Absent
"Righteous Acts"

Absent
"Mercy"
Absent
"Evidence"

Appears
"The Long Game"


Absent
"Goldfish"

Absent
"Freak Show"
Appears
"A Higher Court"


Absent
"The Living and the Dead"
Absent
"Blood and Fire"

Absent

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