|David Nicholas Reyne|
14 May 1959 |
|Spouse(s)||Karina Loscher (1994–present)|
David Nicholas Reyne (born 14 May 1959 in Nigeria) is an Australian actor, musician, television and radio presenter. Reyne was born in Lagos, Nigeria to an Australian mother and English diplomat father. The family moved to Victoria, Australia in the early 1960s. Reyne lived in Mount Eliza, Victoria. He was educated at The Peninsula School, Mount Eliza.
In 1978 when Clutch Cargo became the band Australian Crawl, Reyne, younger brother of lead singer James, continued as drummer. He filled this role for ten months before leaving to continue his acting education. He was later drummer for Cats Under Pressure (1984) and Chantoozies (1986–90). Reyne co-wrote "Polar Notch" and "Let Me Be" (with Simon Hussey) for Cats Under Pressure, the latter was covered by Daryl Braithwaite. Whilst with Chantoozies, Reyne also sang backing vocals. Chantoozies most popular tracks were covers of Redbone's "Witch Queen", John Kongos' "He's Gonna Step On You Again" and Stephen Stills' "Love the One You're With"; fellow members included Ally Fowler, Tottie Goldsmith and Eve von Bibra.
Reyne began his acting career with a minor role in the 1983 film, Skin Deep. At the April 1985 TV Week Logie Awards ceremony, he won the 1984 Best New Talent Logie for his work in the ongoing role of Martin Kabel in the ABC series Sweet and Sour. Reyne's role as Kabel, "The Takeaways" guitarist/vocalist was shared with John Clifforth of the Australian pop music band Deckchairs Overboard who performed the on-screen vocals. Reyne followed this in 1985 with the ongoing role of Detective Vince Bailey in Nine Network soap opera Possession. Reyne also played lothario Dr. Guy Reid in the final two seasons of the Australian drama series, The Flying Doctors.
Reyne married Karina Loscher in 1994; they have two children.
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Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton
|9am with David and Kim
Co-host with Kim Watkins
January 2006 – 11 December 2009