He’s the hunky Australian actor who managed to win three Logie Awards during his run on a popular Channel Seven series.
He also appeared on Channel Nine series House Husbands, where he starred opposite songstress Delta Goodrem.
Known for his love of theatre and music, he recently performed at the Sydney Opera House for a George Michael retrospective.
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Guess who? He’s the hunky Australian actor who first got his big break on a Channel Seven series, before giving it all away to pursue a singing career in America
Have you guessed it yet?
Well if you guessed Hugh Sheridan, you’d be right.
The bronzed hunk took to Instagram on Tuesday, sharing a cute childhood throwback of himself and his sister, Heidi, for her birthday.
‘Happy Birthday Heidi!!! I love you so much’: House Husbands actor Hugh Sheridan took to Instagram on Tuesday to wish his older sister a happy birthday
In the snap, the 32-year-old crooner looked to be playing the fool, tagging himself as the kid posing cross-eyed at the camera.
Showing himself to be handsome and full of heart, Hugh captioned the snap: ‘Happy Birthday Heidi!!! I love you so much.’
He continued: ‘The best role model, mum, carer in the word.’
‘So lucky to have you as my sister’: The hunky actor gushed over his sibling in the throwback snap, which saw him tagged as a kid doing a cross-eyed expression
He then added: ‘So lucky to have you as my sister. Have an awesome year!’
Showing a comedic side, handsome Hugh finished the post: ‘ps why is everyone born right now?!!’
Having relocated to Los Angeles, Hugh told BW Magazine in May that he opted to go stateside in order for a new audience to get to know him as a singer.
Hugh’ve hit the right note! Hugh started The California Crooners Club when he made the move stateside, following his starring roles on Packed to the Rafters and House Husbands
Hugh is in experimental swing band, The California Crooners Club.
‘I moved there to pursue music,’ he begun, with the trio reportedly securing a residency at Bel Air’s Vibrato Club.
‘The main thing I didn’t want people to think was that I was an actor giving singing a shot,’ he added about his passion.
Hugh’ve come a long way baby! Hugh recently told BW magazine that he wanted to move to Los Angeles in order to singing a shot because the singer to actor transition is difficult