David is such the non-Hollywood actor, so naturally, we know so little about his personal life. Which is just fine, because I don't believe in prying just because one is "famous". What you will find on this page is just your basics on the guy we lovingly call "Daisy". You won't find tabloid like material, just the facts that we could all find with the use of a good search engine.
Our David was born on September 21 in the year 1965 in Marrickville, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. (might have been easier to just say Australia, eh?) He was born to Bill and Kath Wenham and is the youngest of seven children! Peter, Helen, Anne, Carmel, Kathyrn, Maree, and David...they could make their own football team! (or baseball...but seeing as how Dave is the football nut, we'll go with that.)
David is married to Kate Agnew and is the proud father of two little girls, Eliza Jane and Millie.
David grew up in a Catholic family. He was on the Autumn 1999 cover of Australian
Catholics magazine. He may still practise the religion, but I am not positive.
David is involved in many charities including The Wayside Chapel, a organisation in the Sydney community in place to help others and known for it's "emphasis on self help recovery, and encouragement for all to speak and act on social issues".
He attended the Christian Brothers High School in Lewisham, Sydney and attended the University of Western Sydney and graduated from the Theatre Nepean. In 2009 he attended the first ever Lewo-Fest, which was a film festival held by Christian Brothers school. Student films were submitted, and David handed out the trophies to the winners.
Before making it big, he used to work as an insurance clerk and spent some time calling "Bingo" in Marrickville's Town Hall.
Now I know you might be wondering about that nickname, Daisy. Well, here is your answer, straight from the man himself!
"It's a very, very simple thing. It's an Australian thing, the old shortening of guys' names, from Gary to Gaz and whatever.
One of my sisters quite simply went from David to Dais and eventually a "y" was put on."