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    David Wenham Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Salary, Family, Net Worth


    David Wenham Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Salary, Family, Net Worth –  David Wenham is an Australian actor who has appeared in movies, television series and theatre productions.

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    Real NameDavid Wenham
    NicknameNot Known
    Date of Birth11th September  1965
    Age (as of 2019)52 years old
    Birth Place Marrickville, Sydney,


    Currently Living InSydney, Australia
    Height (approx.)177.8 cm, 1.78 m or
    5 feet 10 inches
    Weight75 Kg
    Eye ColorGrey
    Hair ColorBlonde
    ParentsKath and Bill Wenham
    Marital StatusNo
    Relationship Kate Agnew since 1994,

    they have two children



    Career and Lifestyle Info:

    Wenham started his career as an actor after graduating from Theatre Nepean at the University of Western Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts (Performing Arts) in 1987. Wenham’s television credits include several telemovies, such as his AFI award-winning role in the 1996 telemovie Simone de Beauvoir’s Babies. As well as his role as the outwardly laid back but deeply enigmatic diver Dan Della Bosca in the 1998 and 1999 seasons of the highly successful ABC television series SeaChange. His role as “Diver Dan” has made the actor something of a sex symbol, although he dislikes thinking of himself as such, and he has been voted Australia’s “sexiest man alive”. A portrait of Wenham by artist Adam Cullen won the Archibald Prize in 2000. Wenham is also signed to a Model agency call Storm Model Management which is based in London.

    He was also seen in Van Helsing playing Hugh Jackman’s sidekick, Friar Carl.   In 2010, Wenham starred as the disgraced Melbourne lawyer Andrew Fraser in the Australian TV series Killing Time. This ten-part series shows Fraser’s fall from grace as he defends many Melbourne criminals during the 1980s and 1990s. It was shown on TV1 in late 2011. Wenham plays New Zealand detective Al Parker alongside Elisabeth Moss in the 2013 BBC series Top of the Lake.


    In 2013, Wenham returned to the stage to play the lead role of John Proctor, in the Melbourne Theatre Company’s mid-year production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. In 2014, Wenham starred as Patrick Jones in Paper Planes, released on 15 January 2015. That same year, Wenham voiced the role Jacko a frilled-neck lizard, in Blinky Bill the Movie. Wenham played the role of Harold Meachum in the Netflix original TV series Iron Fist, which premiered in March 2017.


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    David Wenham Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Salary, Family, Net Worth

    Zodiac / Star SignVirgo
    Screen Debut Greenkeeping as

    Trevor in 1992

    Net worth$3 million in 2016
    School Christian Brothers’ High School,


    College Theatre Nepean at the

    University of Western Sydney

    Educational Qualification Bachelor of Arts

    (Performing Arts)



    Known for?

    Playing the role of Faramir in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and as Diver Dan – 1998–1999 in SeaChange playing the role Dan Della Bosca

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    Family and Personal Info:

    Wenham was born in Marrickville, Sydney, the son of Kath and Bill Wenham. David is the youngest in his family, he has five older sisters, Helen, Anne, Carmel, Kathryn, and Maree and one older brother, Peter. He was raised as a Roman Catholic and attended Christian Brothers’ High School, Lewisham. David Wenham  has two daughters, Eliza Jane and Millie, with his longtime girlfriend, Kate Agnew.

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