Selling Houses Australia unveils revamped cast

Andrew Winter will be joined by interior design expert Wendy Moore & landscape designer Dennis Scott in 2022.

Foxtel today confirmed its new-look Selling Houses Australia cast following the departures of Shaynna Blaze and Charlie Albone.

Real estate expert Andrew Winter will be joined by interior design expert Wendy Moore and landscape designer Dennis Scott.

Wendy Moore, who was rumoured as joining, will continue as General Manager of LifeStyle channels: LifeStyle, LifeStyle HOME, LifeStyle FOOD channels and FOX Arena. She was Home Beautiful editor in chief for more than 12 years, and judged judge on Seven’s House Rules for seven seasons.

Dennis Scott had a 10 year career as a Rugby League player, with the Brisbane Broncos, Canterbury-Bankstown and Melbourne Storm. Post-career he undertook a mature aged carpentry apprenticeship and turned his hand to landscaping, realising his dream with his own Brisbane-based Lush Landscape Solutions company.

Foxtel’s Executive Director of Television, Brian Walsh, said: “We welcome Wendy and Dennis to the Selling Houses Australia team who will bring their wealth of expertise and their own unique personalities to our much-loved flagship series with Andrew at the helm. With people spending more time in and on their homes, Selling Houses will continue to connect and thrive with our audience after an already incredible successful 13 years.

Selling Houses Australia joins a stellar line-up of local LifeStyle content including returning LifeStyle favourites Grand Designs Australia currently on air, and coming soon Scott Pape’s Money Movement, Love it or List It Australia, Gogglebox Australia and Find My Dream Home. As well as our new slate of Foxtel Original programming going into production Selling in the City and The Repair Shop.”

Andrew Winter said: “I am actually a person that has always liked change… I mean I can’t even keep a house that long. The timeline for Selling Houses Australia has been completely thrown with everything going on in the world, and I have been waiting impatiently and can’t wait to get back out there. I am really looking forward to working with Wendy and Dennis and welcome them to the team because we are so ready to hit the road.”

Production starts next week by Warner Bros International Television Productions (WBITVP).

It returns in 2022.

4 Responses

  1. Certainly is a hard act to follow. Although i didn’t know that Scott had ventured into landscaping post his NRL career. I do hope that him and Wendy Moore have a great chemistry together for the show, with Andrew Winter.

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