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1. K.J. Apa K.J. Apa Actor, A Dog's Purpose
2. Rose McIver Rose McIver Actress, iZombie
3. Lucy Lawless Lucy Lawless Actress, Xena: Warrior Princess New Zealand icon Lucy Lawless, is most famously known for her role as "Xena the Warrior Princess". Lucy is married to producer Rob Tapert (Robert Gerard Tapert) and resides in New Zealand. They have two sons, Julius Robert Bay Tapert and Judah Miro Tapert, who were both born in New Zealand. Lucy also has a daughter, Daisy Lawless, from her first marriage to Garth Lawless...
4. Zoë Bell Zoë Bell Stunts, Inglourious Basterds As an established and extremely talented stunt double and actress, Zoe Bell has made a name for herself through her unparalleled dedication, skills, and focus. Zoe Bell was born on Waiheke Island, New Zealand, to Tish, a nurse, and Andrew Bell, a doctor. She has a background in gymnastics and martial arts...
5. Martin Henderson Martin Henderson Actor, The Ring Martin Henderson was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He began acting when he was age 13, appearing in Strangers, a local television production. He attended Westlake Boys High School and Birkenhead Primary. He first became a star in his home country, when he starred in the series, Shortland Street, playing the character Stuart Neilson from 1992 to 1995...
6. Danielle Cormack Danielle Cormack Actress, Wentworth Danielle Cormack is an award-winning actress who has an extensive career in film, theatre and television. After a vast career in New Zealand, she quickly came to prominence in Australia with her powerhouse performances in television series: Wentworth, Rake and Underbelly: Razor...
7. Jay Ryan Jay Ryan Actor, Beauty and the Beast Born in Auckland-New Zealand, Jay made the move across to Australia at the age of 19 to take on the role of Jack Scully in Network Ten's long running series, "Neighbours" and as Seaman Billy 'Spider' Webb in the Nine Network's "Sea Patrol". He has also appeared in "Young Hercules", "Xena: Warrior Princess" with Lucy Lawless...
8. Rachel House Rachel House Actress, Moana Rachel was born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1971 and raised by her adoptive Scottish immigrant parents John and Sheila House. She grew up in Kamo, Whangarei in the area known as Northland or Tai Tokerau at the top of the North Island. She is of Maori (Ngati Mutunga and Ngai Tahu) and European/Pakeha descent...
9. Bruce Spence Bruce Spence Actor, The Road Warrior
10. Callan Mulvey Callan Mulvey Actor, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Callan Mulvey (born 24 February 1975) is one of Australia's leading actors. Callan is best known for his leading roles in the television series Rush, Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms and Underbelly, as well as Darren Ashton's feature film Thunderstruck. Callan first graced Australian screens in the hugely successful series Heartbreak High, as well as Head Start and McLeod's Daughters...
11. Gina Bellman Gina Bellman Actress, Leverage
12. Dean O'Gorman Dean O'Gorman Actor, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
13. Michael Dorman Michael Dorman Actor, Triangle
14. Lorde Lorde Soundtrack, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
15. Grant Bowler Grant Bowler Actor, Blue Heelers Grant Bowler can be seen as the male lead, 'Nolan', in Syfy's Defiance, which returned for its second season, June 2014. Bowler in his recent hiatus shot four movies back-to-back including the psychological action film, "Swelter", alongside Jean Claude Van Damme & Alfred Molina, Sci-Fi thriller "400 Days" with Brandon Routh and Dane Cook...
16. Kimberley Crossman Kimberley Crossman Actress, Deathgasm Kimberley Crossman was born in Auckland, New Zealand. Crossman started dancing at the age of 3 and started auditioning while she was in high school. She quickly landed a series regular role on a New Zealand soap opera, Shortland Street. Kimberley Crossman now lives and works in Los Angeles focusing predominately on comedy and studies at The Groundlings.
17. Emma Lahana Emma Lahana Actress, Power Rangers DinoThunder Emma Kate Lahana was born in Auckland, New Zealand on 27 June 1984. She became involved in the arts at a very young age doing ballet and broadened her dancing to jazz, tap and modern styles. She also learnt to play the violin but once in high school became involved in drama as well as singing. It was here that she auditioned for a long-running New Zealand TV soap...
18. Joel Tobeck Joel Tobeck Actor, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Born into an acting family in Auckland, New Zealand, Joel made his first stage appearance with his mother, Liddy Holloway, at age 5. With his solid grounding in theatre, he has appeared in many stage productions, covering all genres from Shakespeare to Musical Theatre. His nearly two dozen film appearances...
19. Rachel Hunter Rachel Hunter Self, Ford Supermodel of the World
20. Pamela Stephenson Pamela Stephenson Actress, Superman III
21. Dwayne Cameron Dwayne Cameron Actor, McLaren Dwayne Cameron was born October 28th, 1981 in Auckland, New Zealand. At ten years old his father was killed when he was hit by a train and soon after landed his first role opposite William Shatner. Starred opposite Nicolas Cage in #211 and as Bruce McLaren in Roger Donaldson's McLaren...
22. Lawrence Makoare Lawrence Makoare Actor, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
23. Aaron Jeffery Aaron Jeffery Actor, McLeod's Daughters
24. Kevin Smith Kevin Smith Actor, Xena: Warrior Princess He was born in Auckland, New Zealand and spent his early childhood there. His family moved to the small rural town of Timaru in New Zealand's South Island when he was 11. During high school, he began playing in rock-and-roll bands, but never aspired to a career as an actor. He had a passion for rugby and his dream was to play for the All Blacks...
25. Kieren Hutchison Kieren Hutchison Actor, The Legend of William Tell
26. Olivia Tennet Olivia Tennet Actress, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Born and raised in New Zealand, Olivia has been a performer from a young age. Following in her sister's footsteps, she began learning tap dancing at four years old and eventually stumbled into acting three years later. Over the years, she appeared in both guest and supporting roles in various local and international screen productions in New Zealand...
27. Lisa Chappell Lisa Chappell Actress, McLeod's Daughters Grew up in Auckland, New Zealand. After playing the spoilt brat, "Chelsea", on the New Zealand TV series, Gloss, she moved to Sydney to complete the Journey. She then won the role of "Claire McLeod" on McLeod's Daughters. After three years, she decided it was time for a change and was written out when her character's jeep plummeted off a cliff...
28. Chris Rankin Chris Rankin Actor, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Christopher William Rankin lived with his parents in his native New Zealand until age 6 when they moved back to England. He found his love for acting at the age of 11, at Northgate High School in Norfolk, as a member of the Youth Theatre Company of Dereham Operatic Society. While in school, Chris appeared in numerous productions...
29. Siobhan Marshall Siobhan Marshall Actress, Outrageous Fortune
30. Andrew Adamson Andrew Adamson Director, Shrek 2
31. Antonio Te Maioha Antonio Te Maioha Actor, Zoolander 2 Born in Auckland and grew up in Hastings, New Zealand. With Maori heritage from his father's side of the family, with both Ngapuhi and Waikato tribal affiliations. Graduate of Toi Whakaari New Zealand Drama School (1992-1993). Having worked on stage between 1994-2001, his theatre credits include roles in 'Te Rakau Hau O Te Wao Tapu'(Dir...
32. Jay Laga'aia Jay Laga'aia Actor, Home and Away
33. Peta Murgatroyd Peta Murgatroyd Self, Dancing with the Stars
34. Laura Surrich Laura Surrich Actress, Diagnosis: Death Laura Surrich was born on January 17, 1988 in Auckland, New Zealand. She is an actress, known for The Cure, Diagnosis: Death, Separation City and King Kong. Laura graduated from the New Zealand College of Performing Arts in 2007 and went on to obtain another degree in Film & Television Production in 2013.
35. Harry Sinclair Harry Sinclair Actor, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
36. Shara Connolly Shara Connolly Actress, American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story Shara Connolly is an New Zealand born film, television and theatre actress. Shara's screen career began at the age of 13 when she was cast in a small role in Disney's Eddies Million Dollar Cook Off (2003). Since then, she has acted extensively in New Zealand and international productions such as The Shannarah Chronicles (2016)...
37. Rebecca Carlton Rebecca Carlton Actress, Leprechaun 4: In Space
38. Beth Allen Beth Allen Actress, Shortland Street Beth Allen has been acting since 1993. She was a member of the PAS Children's Theatre and appeared in Pinnochio and Hairy Maclary at Auckland's Aotea Centre. She has been in several television commercials, had a guest role as Eva in the television drama 'Riding High' and played Young Julie in the feature film The Ugly...
39. Lisa Harrow Lisa Harrow Actress, The Final Conflict Intelligent and luminous red-haired Lisa Harrow was born in Auckland, New Zealand, on August 25, 1943. A scholarship from the New Zealand Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council is what sent Lisa studying abroad. Accepted by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, she later was invited to become a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and...
40. Lani John Tupu Lani John Tupu Actor, Farscape
41. Allan Poppleton Allan Poppleton Stunts, The Hunger Games
42. Mark Wells Mark Wells Actor, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Mark graduated from RADA with Distinctive Honours in 2002. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, September 14th 1980, Mark spent most of his childhood in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia, before returning to New Zealand in 1992. In 1999, at only 18 years of age, he was offered a full scholarship to train at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London...
43. Elizabeth Dowden Elizabeth Dowden Actress, American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story Elizabeth Dowden was born in Auckland, New Zealand. She grew up on Waiheke Island until she was 6 years old, when her parents moved back to the city she began taking dance lessons which led her to becoming a competitive ballet dancer by the age of 9. She booked her first commercial at age 10 for an insurance company after being scouted in dance class...
44. Carolyn Dando Carolyn Dando Actress, The Lovely Bones Born in Auckland, New Zealand, Carolyn has been performing since she was 10. She achieved note when she was selected to play the part of Ruth in The Lovely Bones, but her first performances were in singing, not acting. At age 10, with no previous background in performing, she was picked to sing with Suzanne Prentice at a World Vision "Kids for Kids" Concert...
45. Angela Marie Dotchin Angela Marie Dotchin Actress, Jack of All Trades Angela was born in Auckland, New Zealand but her father's early success in business meant she traveled extensively when she young. By the age of 11, she had lived in Ft. Lauderdale, Los Angeles, London and Sydney and had spent six months in India with her mother and older sister. Her family returned to Auckland in 1985 and five years later...
46. Austin Leonard Jones Austin Leonard Jones Actor, The Homesman
47. Scott Walker Scott Walker Director, The Frozen Ground
48. Graeme Revell Graeme Revell Composer, Sin City Graeme Revell was born in New Zealand in 1955. He was graduated from The University of Auckland with degrees in economics and politics. He is a classically trained pianist and French horn player. Revell worked for as a regional planner in Australia and Indonesia and as an orderly in an Australian psychiatric hospital...
49. Parris Goebel Parris Goebel Director, Justin Bieber: Sorry (Purpose: The Movement)
50. Victor Adamson Victor Adamson Actor, The Lone Rider Someday a clever producer will tell the story of Hollywood's "Poverty Row" of the 1920s-'40s (although Hearts of the West was a valiant effort, it left a lot to be desired), which was centered on Gower Street. So many fly-by-night production companies--which cranked out mostly westerns, because they were...
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