Hugh Sheridan Biography
Hugh Sheridan is an Australian actor, musician and television presenter who is known for his role as Ben Rafter in the television series Packed to the Rafters. He is a four-time Logie Award winner, in the Logie Award for Most Popular Actor category. In his youth, he sang with The State Opera of South Australia, played football for St Ignatius and studied drama at Unley Youth Theatre.
He left the Australian Ballet School [ABS] when he was accepted into the prestigious Bachelor of Dramatic Art, actor course at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. In 2007, Sheridan was awarded the Adele Koh Memorial Scholarship by The State Theatre Company of South Australia to study acting in New York.
Hugh Sheridan Age
Hugh was born on 30 June 1985, in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. He is the second youngest of seven children of Denis Sheridan of his father and his mother’s name is Margaret Sheridan. His nationality is Australian and he is of Australian ethnicity.
Hugh Sheridan Height
He stands a height of 6 feet with body weight 82 kg. He has dark brown hair color and his eye color is Hazel.
Hugh Sheridan Spouse|Girlfriend|Wife
Hugh Sheridan is in a relationship. He is dating Dynasty star, Rafael De La Fuente. He was dating Delta Goodrem. She is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress. The couple keeps posting intimate photos together in their social media handle. But the news of their break up came in 2018. As Delta has found love in another man Matthew Copley, a musician.
Hugh Sheridan Siblings|Hugh Sheridan Sister|Hugh Sheridan Brother
He has two siblings a brother named Zachary Sheridan and a sister named Zoe Sheridan, who is the radio announcer and television presenter on the children’s game show Challenger and daytime chat show The Catch-Up. Sheridan’s brother Zachary was reported missing after the April 2015 Nepal earthquake, but was later located unharmed.
Hugh Sheridan Movies
- Escape and Evasion
- Isn’t It Romantic
- The Call Back
- Santa’s Apprentice
Hugh Sheridan Net Worth
His net worth is under review. This information will be updated soon.
Hugh Sheridan Packed To The Rafters|Hugh Sheridan Rafael De La Fuente
Packed to the Rafters was an Australian family-oriented drama/comedy television program which premiered on the Seven Network on Tuesday 26 August 2008 at 8:30 pm. The show continued on Tuesdays in this timeslot for its entire run. The drama series features a mix of lighthearted comedy woven through the plot. It revolves around the Rafter family facing work pressures and life issues, while also tackling serious social issues. The Logie award winning series was the highest rating to screen on the Seven Network in 2008, and the show has consistently been among the top 5 shows of the year throughout its run in Australia.
Hugh Sheridan Speak Love|Hugh Sheridan Singing
Hugh Sheridan Song|Hugh Sheridan Music
- All About Me 2009
- Speak Love 2009
- Perfect Mistake 2009
- Alright 2009
- Nothing Hurts Like Love 2009
- There She Goes 2009
- Never Let You Go 2009
- Short Skirt, Long Jacket 2009
- The Christmas Waltz
- Higher Love 2009
- Do It Again 2009
- Ain’t No Other Smile 2009
- Cosmopolitan Penguin 2016
- Just Can’t Throw Us Away 2009
- One 2009
- The Fitting Glove 2016
- Your Love 2009
- Hail Jehovah! 2016
- The Way The Light Plays 2016
Hugh Sheridan Isn’t It Romantic
Isn’t It Romantic is a 2019 American satirical fantasy romantic comedy film directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and written by Erin Cardillo, Dana Fox, and Katie Silberman. The film stars Rebel Wilson as a woman who finds herself in a world where everything around her plays out like a stereotypical romantic comedy. Liam Hemsworth, Adam DeVine, and Priyanka Chopra appear in supporting roles. The film was theatrically released in the United States on February 13, 2019, by Warner Bros. Pictures, and in international territories by Netflix on February 28, 2019. It grossed over $48 million on a $31 million budget and received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised Wilson’s performance.
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It’s my third time this year to have an opening night in the @sydneyoperahouse concert hall… I can’t tell you how amazingly lucky I feel to tread the boards on this most beautiful theatre… only tonight I get to play a very naughty and big hearted character Burger in @hairthemusicalau I even get to smoke and be completely naked in front of a few thousand people 🤣 🍀 💎🎯💯🤤🦋🔥🚬🍔
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Hugh Sheridan News|Hugh Sheridan Dirty Dancing
‘I’m here to grind up on Hugh’: The Bachelor’s Anna Heinrich does a VERY steamy routine for co-star Sheridan on The Real Dirty Dancing
Bachelor star Anna Heinrich steamed up the dance floor on The Real Dirty Dancing on Sunday night.
The criminal lawyer turned TV star flaunted her moves as she auditioned to be Hugh Sheridan’s ‘Baby’ on the series.
The statuesque blonde beauty proved her skills don’t just lay in the courtroom, with her shaking her hips and leaping into his arms.
Copying the racy moves of the classic film Anna appeared to do a light striptease at one point, only to grind on the House Husband’s star. ‘Before I was extremely scared and I definitely think that affected my performance,’ Anna said, before showing her moves to a flustered Hugh.
‘So this time I just went in thinking, you’re here to one thing and that is to really grind up on Hugh. And that’s exactly what I did,’ she added of the routine. During an action packed episode of the reality series on Sunday night, Hugh first disappointed journalist Jessica Rowe by going on to choose Anna as his partner.
Hugh was confident the pair could do the highly anticipated lift on the competitive show, adding he believed they would look good while doing it.
‘I think we’re both up for the challenge. And I think we’ll be a really cute couple and sexy too,’ he said in a cheeky piece-to-camera.
On Sunday, the mini-series saw the celebrities pair up to dance in front of 300 super fans at Kellerman’s resort.
Jessica Rowe and Firass Dirani were paired together, Jamie Durie was paired with Anne Edmonds and Stephanie Rice with Jude Bolton.
Despite Hugh and Anna being the clear favourites going into the dance-off, It was Stephanie Rice and AFL legend Jude Bolton who were voted best.
‘I was blown away, I had no idea that that would happen,’ the Olympic gold medalist said, ‘I just never thought we would win.’
‘I am blown away, I am so proud of Steph and myself as well, I can’t believe we ended up winning,’ Jude added.
Stephanie and Jude will now dance to Time of My Life at Sydney’s The Enmore Theatre.
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