Something in the water! SeaChange star David Wenham – known for playing dishy Diver Dan – has hardly aged a day since the late ’90s
David Wenham became a sex symbol in the late ’90s thanks to his role as Daniel Della Bosca, better known as ‘Diver Dan’, in television drama SeaChange.
And more than two decades on, the actor has hardly aged a day.
David is still as handsome as ever at the age of 55, and appears to have discovered the elixir of youth.
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Something in the water! SeaChange star David Wenham – known for playing dishy Diver Dan (left) – has hardly aged a day since the late ’90s. Right: David in a recent photo
David played Dan in the first two seasons of the ABC drama from 1998 to 1999.
Despite leaving the show early in its run, Diver Dan remains a beloved character to this day.
He owned a boat shed and café in the show, and was the love interest of protagonist Laura Gibson, played by actress Sigrid Thornton.
Throwback! David is still as handsome as ever at the age of 55, and appears to have discovered the elixir of youth. Pictured with co-star Sigrid Thornton in SeaChange
Remember him? David’s character owned a boat shed and café in the show, and was the love interest of protagonist Laura Gibson, played by actress Sigrid Thornton
After leaving the show, David was cast as Audrey in Baz Luhrmann’s blockbuster hit Moulin Rogue! in 2001.
He made his debut in the Lord of the Rings franchise as Faramir in 2002, before starring in Van Helsing in 2004 and action epic 300 in 2006.
David starred alongside Nicole Kidman in critically acclaimed 2016 drama Lion.
In August 2019, Channel Nine’s reboot of SeaChange was a modest ratings success.
Diverse: Some of David’s biggest roles include playing Faramir in the Lord of the Rings franchise in 2002 (left) and John Brierley alongside Nicole Kidman in Lion in 2016 (right)
It’s back: In August last year, a rebooted version of much-loved Australian drama SeaChange returned to Channel Nine to blockbuster ratings
In an interview with Stellar in July that year, David hinted that viewers may see him return to Pearl Bay in a cameo role.
‘You can expect one. You can certainly have expectations…’ he said.
But actress Brooke Satchwell said earlier this month that another season of SeaChange was unlikely due to the coronavirus pandemic.
‘There’s not any word on that at this stage’: Actress Brooke Satchwell said a second season of the SeaChange reboot was not likely to be happening anytime soon due to coronavirus