Daniel MacPherson
Australian actor
Daniel MacPherson
Daniel Donald MacPherson is an Australian actor and television presenter, best known for his roles as; Joel Samuels on Neighbours, PC Cameron Tait on British police drama The Bill, and Detective Senior Constable Simon Joyner in City Homicide. He is the current co-host of Dancing with the Stars alongside Mel B and stars as Jack Keenan in Wild Boys.
Biography
Daniel MacPherson's personal information overview.
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Rugged bushies ready to go wild on Channel Seven's 'Wild Boys' - The Daily Telegraph
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Mercifully, the Ned Kelly tin mask is missing as Wild Boys star Daniel MacPherson gives the iconic anti-hero a new edge, swapping his Dancing With The Stars tuxedo for a gritty leading role in Channel 7's new drama series. And for a generation which
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Kylie Speers, 'Bondi Vet's Chris Brown "just friends" - Digital Spy UK
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Ventoura is now rumoured to be dating Dancing with the Stars host and former Neighbours star Daniel MacPherson. Ironically, MacPherson's ex-girlfriend Kristi Townley was romantically linked to Williams late last year
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Win tickets to Channel 7's premiere of Wild Boys - NovaFM
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Be the first in Melbourne to see Channel 7's new original gun-slinging Aussie action series, Wild Boys starring Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventoura. This exclusive premiere screening for 91.5FM listeners is at Village Cinema's Crown on Thursday
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Daniel MacPherson dating Zoe Ventoura? - Digital Spy UK
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The Australian television presenter and former actor, who is best known for his roles on Dancing with the Stars and Neighbours, was spotted having an intimate dinner with Packed to the Rafters actress Ventoura
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MacPherson, Ventoura 'share romantic dinner' - Ninemsn
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By ninemsn staff TV stars Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventoura have failed to quell rumours of romance between the pair after they were spotted having a dinner together over the weekend. The co-stars of the upcoming Australian western show Wild Boys
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Daniel dancing with Zoe in love - Herald Sun
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CHANNEL 7's Wild Boys premieres soon, but behind the scenes it appears romance is blossoming between the two lead stars, Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventoura. Ventoura is saying the pair are not a couple -- but it's believed it's very early days of the
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Ventoura goes wild - The West Australian
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Joining the former Penrhos College student on her trip back to Perth will be her new co-star, Daniel MacPherson. The high-profile actors will meet local media and guests at a special launch party for the new series on August 29 at Seven's Dianella
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City homicide, l'enfer du crime - Le Figaro
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Distribution : Shane Bourne (Détective Sergent Stanley Wolfe), Nadine Garner (Détective Constable Jennifer Mapplethorpe), Daniel MacPherson (Détective Constable Simon Joyner), Aaron Pedersen (Détective Constable Duncan Freeman), Damien Richardson
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Tangos and tantrums - The West Australian
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"It seemed as if Josh was setting out to be the new Todd," says Kruger, who co-hosts with Daniel MacPherson. "Unlike Helen (Richey) and Todd, he's a ballet not ballroom dancer. Todd and Helen felt like 'Who is this guy?' It's taken them an entire
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Discontent? That's competition - Herald Sun
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DANCING with the Stars host Daniel MacPherson has not been surprised by talk of behind-the-scenes discontent. But the man trying to find a happy balance between the judges and contestants believes it will be one of the most engrossing series finales
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Lara Bingle's exits Dancing with the Stars after Todd McKenney's X-rated swipe - NEWS.com.au
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Tell us below in comments Host Daniel Macpherson tried to break the tension by asking if Bingle could learn from the criticisms, which brought another barb from McKenney: “only if you turn up” - a swipe at Bingle missing practise last week,
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Jodi Gordon's hot new look is Braith-taking - The Daily Telegraph
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Ahead of the release of The Cup, co-starring Daniel MacPherson, and 25, the Sydney-based actress is about to show she's got what it takes to be an A-lister. It's understood she also now has celebrity manager Sean Anderson in her corner
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Brynne Edelsten voted off Dancing with the Stars - Sydney Morning Herald
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Host Daniel MacPherson told her: "The way you held yourself was a testament to you." However, her score of 13 points, plus another five bonus points given to her in a dance marathon, giving her a total score of 18, gave her the lowest score of the
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Brian McFadden gets a close shave - Herald Sun
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That included new gal-pal Vogue Williams, show host Daniel MacPherson and troubled couple Dannii Minogue and partner Kris Smith, who partied on with the DWTS crew after Minogue and McFadden recorded AGT earlier in the afternoon
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Daniel MacPheson, Roy Billing, Melissa Bergland to raise money for cancer ... - NEWS.com.au
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TV host Daniel MacPherson is one of many celebrities promoting Dry July. Source: The Courier-Mail TV HOST Daniel MacPherson and "Underbelly" actor Roy Billing are among a host of Australian celebrities swapping cocktails for mocktails this July to
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Daniel MacPherson
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 35
    In 2016, MacPherson was a fill-in co-host on The Project with Carrie Bickmore.
    More Details Hide Details MacPherson starred in the pantomime Jack And The Beanstalk in 1999 at The Victoria Theatre in Halifax. He also starred in two pantomimes at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury alongside Paul Hendy and Leila Birch, Cinderella in 2000 and Aladdin in 2001.
  • 2015
    Age 34
    MacPherson appeared in a documentary special celebrating Neighbours 30th anniversary titled Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite, which aired in Australia and the UK in March 2015.
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    In February 2015, it was announced that MacPherson had landed the role of Arion in MTV's upcoming fantasy drama series The Shannara Chronicles.
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    MacPherson and Abbess re-united in 2015 for another science fiction film 'SFV1', with MacPherson starring alongside US actor Kellan Lutz.
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  • 2014
    Age 33
    In 2014, MacPherson resigned from Dancing With The Stars to focus on his film career; his replacement was comedian Shane Bourne.
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  • 2013
    Age 32
    Macpherson has twice qualified for the Ironman 70.3 world championships, in 2013 and 2014.
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    In 2013 MacPherson played the lead role of 'Whit' in Shane Abbess's sci fi feature film 'Infini'.
    More Details Hide Details Macpherson's performance in the lead role was universally praised for its intensity.
  • 2011
    Age 30
    He began dating his Wild Boys co-star Zoe Ventoura in 2011. They became engaged in December 2014, and married on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland in November 2015.
    More Details Hide Details MacPherson was previously in a relationship with Beth Cordingly, his co-star on The Bill, while based in the United Kingdom.
    In 2011, MacPherson returned to hosting season 11 of Dancing with the Stars in the first half of the year, before filming a new "Australian Western" style show, called Wild Boys based around Bushrangers.
    More Details Hide Details MacPherson played the lead role and the show's protagonist, Jack Keenan and starred alongside Zoe Ventoura. Wild Boys premiered to strong ratings of 1.67 million viewers. This was not to last, and in November 2011, the Seven Network chose not to make a second season of the show.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2010
    Age 29
    On 17 May 2010, MacPherson guest co-hosted The Morning Show alongside Kylie Gillies, while regular male presenter Larry Emdur was on holidays.
    More Details Hide Details Macpherson hosted the Seven Network series, Beat the Star, a local version of the British and German television series for one season before the show was cancelled.
  • 2008
    Age 27
    On 3 August 2008, the Seven Network announced that MacPherson would be taking over the hosting role on Dancing with the Stars, after former host Daryl Somers resigned at the end of 2007.
    More Details Hide Details This was his first live hosting gig since The X Factor in 2005.
  • 2007
    Age 26
    In October 2007, MacPherson left Network Ten after taking a role on the Seven Network's City Homicide.
    More Details Hide Details The show became the number one Australian Drama between 2007 and 2008. MacPherson left City Homicide during the fourth season.
  • 2006
    Age 25
    In 2006, MacPherson co-hosted the Sydney New Year's Eve 2006-07 telecast alongside Big Brother host Gretel Killeen. The telecast caused much controversy after former Big Brother 2004 housemates Ryan Fitzgerald and Bree Amer appeared to be drunk throughout their segments of the evening.
    More Details Hide Details Notably, MacPherson received much praise for being a "complete professional" and left with his reputation unscathed. MacPherson competes in World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) and Ironman 70.3. He competed in Ironman Australia at Port Macquarie where he missed out on qualifying for the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii by only one spot. His swim time of 49:30 in Ironman New Zealand 2008 was the fastest in his age group. His fastest Ironman remains 9 hour and 42 minutes in Port Macquarie in 2007. In April 2009, MacPherson completed the China Ironman in Haikou. He completed the race in 11 hours and one minute, after a 3.8 km swim, 180 km bike ride and 42 km run in 45C heat. He came first in his 25–29 age group, qualifying him for the Hawaiian Ironman in October. MacPherson competed in the Hawaiian Ironman in 2009, finishing in 10 hours and 32 minutes.
    In late 2006, he appeared in a British/Australian production entitled Tripping Over.
    More Details Hide Details The show appeared on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom and Network Ten in Australia. Tripping Over featured MacPherson's ex-Neighbours co-star Brooke Satchwell. Tripping Over received numerous positive reviews and the show was a hit with Australian critics; however due to funding issues it was not picked up for a second season.
    The following year, MacPherson hosted a three-part series called Killer Sharks on Australia's Network Ten in February 2006.
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  • 2005
    Age 24
    In 2005, MacPherson returned to Australia to present the Australian version of The X Factor.
    More Details Hide Details MacPherson received very positive feedback, despite the series attracting low ratings. After the season had finished, reports stated that before one of the live shows MacPherson was accidentally knocked unconscious by a crew member. After regaining consciousness several minutes later, and being rushed to hospital, MacPherson went on to do the show that night despite being heavily concussed. He says he "remembers nothing at all" from that night's broadcast. This was undetected by the public.
  • 2003
    Age 22
    After completing the show, MacPherson was offered the role of PC Cameron Tait in the British drama The Bill, which he played from 2003 until late 2004.
    More Details Hide Details Upon leaving The Bill, he took a role playing Jesus opposite Edward Woodward as God in The Mysteries. This was a drama based on a medieval mystery play cycle in which every scene moved to a different part of Canterbury Cathedral.
  • 2002
    Age 21
    After leaving the soap in 2002, MacPherson travelled to the United Kingdom to star in a British production of the musical Godspell in which he alternated the lead roles of Jesus and Judas with English entertainer Jonathan Wilkes.
    More Details Hide Details During this time MacPherson resided in Notting Hill with close friend Robbie Williams.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1999
    Age 18
    Soon after, MacPherson won a Logie Awards in 1999 for Most Popular New Talent.
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  • 1998
    Age 17
    He soon landed the role of Joel Samuels in the soap opera Neighbours, starting in 1998.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1980
    Born
    Born on April 25, 1980.
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