Supporting Cast

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Gareth is one of New Zealand’s leading actors. An award winning Film, Theatre and Television actor Gareth’s other screen credits include films A Song of Good, ICE, I’m Not Harry Jensen and successful television shows Underbelly, The Cult, Legend of the Seeker and The Insiders Guide to Love.


Mark was born in England but grew up in New Zealand. He returned to the UK and trained in London at the Guildhall of Music and Drama in the eighties and then took a sabbatical from acting for 20 years to ‘see the world’. He returned to his beloved acting roots in New Zealand in 2002 and since then has not stopped working in both NZ and International films and television.


Dan Musgrove is an award winning, Auckland based, writer and actor. He graduated from Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School in 2007. Since then he has co-written and performed in two critically acclaimed two hander’s, Blinkers and Spurs, and is also a past winner of the Playmarket Young Playwrights Competition. He has made guest appearances on screen in Time Hackers and Paradise Cafe, Legend of the Seeker and appeared opposite Emily Barclay in Piece of my Heart. He performs the role of Private Renwick in Tracker and has recently been cast as the lead in a television series, the announcement of casting has yet to be made public however.


Began as vocalist in legendary 60’s band The Missing Links, branching into acting in Hair. Awards: A.F.I. Halifax FP; Logie; Sullivans. Film/TV; Garage Days, Anacondas, Salem’s Lot, Marlin Bay, Fire, Great Bookie Robbery, House of Wax, Phoenix, Stingers, Greenstone, Xena, Gloss, Hercules, Prisoner, Nightmares & Dreamscapes, All Saints, Gold, Roche, Swerve, Opal Dream, Snowy River, Police Rescue, Flying Doctors, Water Rats, McLeod’s Daughters. Musical Leads; Billy Elliot, Sweeney Todd, Me & My Girl, Pirates of Penzance, Lord Buckley.


Mick Rose is one of New Zealand’s most able character actors and has played a wide range of roles in theatre, film, radio and television over the past twenty years. He has portrayed men of every hue, with particularly strong representation among the ranks of priests, madmen, firebrands and soldiers.


A graduate of Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School, Jodie’s TV and film credits include Passion in Paradise (TV1), Until Proven Innocent, A Piece of my Heart, Mr Invincible and the Independent Feature Film ‘Jake.’ Her theatre credits include Homeland; which won the Chapman Tripp Theatre award for Production of the Year in 2007. Jodie also won The Chapman award for Best Female Newcomer.