Brett Tucker

Full / Real Name: Brett Alan Tucker
Born: 21 May 1972 (45 years old)
Gender: Male



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Brett Tucker is an Australian actor best known for his role as Dave Brewer in the Australian television drama series McLeod's Daughters, from 2003-2006.

He also has a starring role as Harry Davis, a chef/restaurateur who is Savi's husband who fell head over heels for the straightlaced lawyer beauty, in television drama series Mistresses.

Since graduating from Melbourne's National Theatre Drama School, Tucker has been busy working in Australian and U.S. productions.

While best known in Australia for his long standing role as Dave Brewer in the award-winning TV series McLeod's Daughters, he is also recognised for his role as Daniel Fitzgerald in Neighbours.

Following his notable feature debut in the Australian independent film Mall Boy, Tucker went on to appear in The Outsider, The Great Raid and I Love You Too.

Tucker has starred in various pilots and had recurring roles on U.S. television, appearing in CSI, Off the Map, Spartacus and Castle. He is also involved in theatre, with stage roles that include The Woman in Black for New Theatricals and Off the Point for La Mama.

Currently residing in Los Angeles, California, Tucker continues to enjoy success in both Australia and the United States. When he isn't working, he is an avid surfer and guitar player.

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