He’s the oil rig worker known for wearing a bandana on the set of Lego Masters.
But Gerhard looked unrecognisable in a throwback photo shared to Instagram on Wednesday.
The 52-year-old was dressed in a white T-shirt and showed off a curly ’90s mullet and moustache.
‘Very young and wild’: Lego Masters’ Gerhard, 52, looked unrecognisable with a ’90s mullet and moustache in a throwback snap shared to Instagram on Wednesday
Appearing to have been taken in his twenties, Gerhard captioned the photo: ‘Very young and as wild as the wild west! But this was a very long time ago!’
Fans of the reality star flocked to the comments section, with one writing: ‘You look like a movie star!!! Look at that hair.’
Other comments included ‘looking good G’ and ‘that is a legendary mullet’.
Then and now: Appearing to have been taken in his twenties, Gerhard captioned the photo: ‘Very young and as wild as the wild west! But this was a very long time ago!’
Gerhard placed runner-up with colleague David on Tuesday night’s episode of reality series Lego Masters, missing out on the $100k prize money.
Their theme park construction failed to impress the Brickman, who crowned Henry and Cade the winners with their depiction of the Greek God Poseidon.
Brickman was less than impressed by Gerhard and David’s use of mostly green bricks, however praised the 3D scale of Henry and Cade’s construction.
Winners: Henry [L] and Cade [R] were crowned the winners of Lego Masters on Tuesday night, and took home the $100K prize money
‘Multiple dimensions are happening at once – that’s really, really cool,’ he said.
The show’s finale comes days after Channel Nine announced they would be renewing Lego Masters for a second season.
The family-friendly offering has enjoyed surprisingly high ratings, topping both MasterChef and House Rules during its three-week run with average national audience figures of more than one million.
Not the winning design: Gerhard and David’s theme park construction [pictured] failed to impress expert Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught