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Tripping Over received numerous positive reviews and the show was a hit with Australian critics; however due to funding issues it was not picked up for a second season.
In October 2007, Mac Pherson left Network Ten after taking a role on the Seven Network's City Homicide.
On , Mac Pherson guest co-hosted The Morning Show alongside Kylie Gillies, while regular male presenter Larry Emdur was on holidays.
Macpherson hosted the Seven Network series, Beat the Star, a local version of the British and German television series for one season before the show was cancelled.
The show appeared on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom and Network Ten in Australia.
Tripping Over featured Mac Pherson's ex-Neighbours co-star Brooke Satchwell.
Mac Pherson grew up in Sydney's beachside suburb of Cronulla where he lists swimming, cycling, rugby, surfing, golf and watching the Cronulla Sharks, a rugby league football team, as his favourite pastimes.
Mac Pherson went on to live in Melbourne for many years before relocating to Sunshine Beach, Queensland before returning to Sydney for work in 2010. He was accepted into Mensa at the age of 10 and went on to attend the academically selective school Sydney Boys High School.In 2013 Mac Pherson played the lead role of 'Whit' in Shane Abbess's sci fi feature film 'Infini'.Macpherson's performance in the lead role was universally praised for its intensity.Mac Pherson and Abbess re-united in 2015 for another science fiction film 'SFV1', with Mac Pherson starring alongside US actor Kellan Lutz.In February 2015, it was announced that Mac Pherson had landed the role of Arion in MTV's upcoming fantasy drama series The Shannara Chronicles.Daniel Donald Mac Pherson (born 25 April 1980) is an Australian actor and television presenter, best known for his roles as; Joel Samuels on Neighbours, PC Cameron Tait on British police drama The Bill, and Detective Senior Constable Simon Joyner in City Homicide.