|Other names||The Shark|
|Occupation||Contestant on Game Show|
Coverdale grew up in Camperdown in Victoria. In later life he moved to the city to study journalism. He is a fan of sport, particularly cricket. Prior to The Chase Australia, Coverdale appeared on several other Australian quiz programs, including, Million Dollar Minute, where he won $307,000 in 2014. He became the first grand champion of Pass the Buck where he won $38,788 in 2002. He also won a total of $32,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, appeared on The Weakest Link in 2001, Deal or No Deal in 2005 and was a quarter-finalist on Letters and Numbers in 2011. He has also appeared on Sale of the Century and Wheel of Fortune.
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- Brydon Coverdale on IMDb
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