David Graham, or “Farmer Dave”, as many might keep in mind him as, hit our screens again in 2006 when he appeared on the fact present Huge Brother.
The 40-year-old, who was one of many first brazenly homosexual contestants on this system, captivated audiences along with his charming smile and attractiveness.
And 14 years on, it’s secure to say that not a lot as modified.
He nonetheless has that large, shiny smile and trademark lengthy locks, besides now he’s rocking a powerful bristling beard.
“Hubba hubba. Trying good with the beard mate,” one among his followers rightfully identified in an Instagram snap from Thursday.
“My god I really like your hair. Merry Christmas lovely man,” one other added.
The put up exhibits the father-of-three stress-free in an out of doors tub with a drink in his hand and beard on full show.
“Merry Christmas… from a bloke in a sheep trough who’s simply so content material along with his life, so completely happy but so exhausted with 2020 coming to an in depth…right here is cheers to you Child Jesus!” Graham captioned the snap.
Since his stint on Huge Brother, the place he got here third, Dave went on to star in a bunch of TV and radio exhibits together with Dancing with the Stars and a US TV pilot for none aside from Oprah Winfrey.
The farmer from Queensland additionally solid a profitable profession as a world canine coach.
“My job from a really early age was to handle and take care of our many working canine. Other than being important to the operating of the farm, they taught me about constructing relationships primarily based on belief, respect, kindness and valuing one another,” he writes on his website.
“Our farm canine have been my first pals, my companions and confidants in a world the place I typically felt confused, remoted and totally different.”
Dave got here out as homosexual throughout an emotional stay episode of Huge Brother in 2006.
In an interview with Mamamia this 12 months, he mentioned he doesn’t keep in mind any of the main points now due to the heightened emotion of the second.
“Fourteen years have handed and a buddy despatched me a hyperlink to the entire collection on YouTube. I’ve been doing podcasts and stuff with different housemates and it triggered lots of reminiscences, so I began watching final week.”
Dave has been having fun with high quality along with his household since having to chop quick a canine coaching tour within the US as a result of pandemic.
“They shut down New Orleans the second day I used to be there,” he instructed Mamamia. “The day after that we received on a airplane and received the hell dwelling.”
Dave instructed the publication he’s “just about residing out of a suitcase” and due to his
worldwide canine coaching profession he “very not often” sees his three daughters.
“Their mums will carry them to the place I’m doing a present and I get to see them through the break,” he mentioned.
“That’s not connecting along with your children and I realise that now. I must take outing and go and spend weekends and really hang around with them and simply do no matter it’s that they wish to do.”
Dave turned a donor father for the primary time in 2016 — he has two kids with a lesbian couple and one with a single feminine buddy.
In an interview with news.com.au on the time, Dave mentioned he met the moms of his first child, Kris and Jane, at an LGBTI occasion in 2012 and so they “simply clicked.”
And as for his love life, the doting dad instructed The Daily Telegraph lately he’s “nonetheless a kind of blokes who’s trying and hoping and ready (for the one)”.