Diarmid Heidenreich Wiki
Diarmid Heidenreich is an Australian actor who works in both film and television. After graduation, he went on to become a well-known actor.
|Date of Birth||1975|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Height||5′ 10″ (1.78 m)|
|Net worth||$2 million (estimated)|
Diarmid Heidenreich Education
Diarmid Heidenreich earned his diploma from Sydney’s east Waverley College in 1993.
Diarmid Heidenreich Career
Diarmid Heidenreich in 1993, made his television debut in a cameo role in G. P. He appeared in a number of drama series during the following several years, such as Big Sky (1996) and Echo Point (1995). (1997). Prior to leaving the program, Heidenreich served as host of the children’s game show Challenger alongside Adrian de Vito and Zoe Sheridan.
Heidenreich, whose stage name is Dougie the Pizza Delivery Guy, appeared in a number of Pizza Hut television advertisements from 1993 to 1996 and again starting in 2019. Heidenreich played Senior Constable Matthew Quinn in the 2000 and 2001 films Water Rats. He appeared in four episodes of McLeod’s Daughters as a guest star in 2003. He most recently made an appearance in the Carlton Draught “Slo Motion” commercials.
Heidenreich had a brief appearance in Packed to the Rafters and starred in The Cut in 2009. He appeared in the 2010 television criminal thriller Underbelly: The Golden Mile.
He had a guest appearance in Home and Away in 2015 as prisoner Trevor Gunson, Darryl Braxton’s adversary.
Diarmid Heidenreich Wife
Diarmid Heidenreich is father to Ivory Heidenreich. His wife’s name is Genevieve Quigley.
Diarmid Heidenreich Net worth
Diarmid Heidenreich has an estimated net worth of $2 million. He is an Australian actor who works in both film and television.