Tenable viewers are asking “what has happened to Warwick Davis?” and airing their concerns for the actor’s health.

Warwick Davis, actor of Harry Potter and Star Wars fame, has returned to his hosting role on Tenable. The ITV game show airs weekdays at 3pm and is currently on its fifth season.

So, has anything happened to Warwick Davis? Here’s what we know about the actor.

what happened to warwick davis
Host Warwick Davies presents the global live-stream event at Pinewood Studios revealing new Star Wars merchandise, on September 26, 2019 in Iver Heath, England. The live-stream event takes place ahead of the global product launch on Triple Force Friday happening October 4, 2019. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Dave Hogan/Getty Images for Disney)

Tenable viewers notice Warwick Davis’ voice change

With the return of Tenable to ITV in February 2021, some viewers noted that Warwick Davis was sounding different to previous episodes. His voice change was commented on by viewers on Twitter.

One viewer tweeted: “I’m wondering if Warwick Davis is okay? He sounds different compared to older episodes.”

Snooker player Sean O’Sullivan tweeted: “What’s up with Warwick Davis? Just switched tenable on and it seems like there’s something not right with him? #HopeHesOk”

What happened to Warwick Davis?

Warwick Davis has yet to confirm if he has been ill of late or the exact cause for his voice changes Tenable.

Davis has spondyloepophyseal dysplasia congenita (SED). There is no reported vocal changes associated with the rare genetic disorder.

Neither Warwick Davis nor his wife Sammy have shared any news of an illness on Twitter. In fact, the couple have been sharing pictures of them looking happier and healthier than ever!

Warwick speaks on health problems

Previously, Davis has spoken of the health problems he faces. In 2015, he told The Guardian:

“Well, as you get older, it gets worse. Your joints, for a start. My hips are dislocated, so they’re sitting out here. Very painful knees. I had surgery on my feet when I was very young. There’s a risk of retinal detachment, but I know the signs now. And then, yeah, you wake up, the alarm goes, it takes a good half hour to get moving, we’re both like, ‘Uggggh.’ Imagine the worst flu you’ve had, every day – it’s like that.”

Have something to tell us about this article?