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Jaquie Brown

Presenter, Actor

 Jaquie Brown

 Jaquie Brown
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Jaquie Brown

English-born Jaquie Brown spent time in Kiwi radio, before joining late night TV2 music show Space as co-host. After stints on C4 and Campbell Live, she turned actor for double Qantas award-winner The Jaquie Brown Diaries. The comedy saw her playing a once popular TV personality “sucked into the same narcissistic tendencies” that first brought her ruin. Brown is also co-writer of Cannes-nominated short Nothing Special

I was the lead rat in The Pied Piper of Hamelin. It’s hard to come down from that kind of level. From the lead rat, where would I go? 
 
 

Screenography

Screenography
 Role/s
 Keep Calm and Carry On

Keep Calm and Carry On

Presenter

2012

 50 Years of New Zealand Television - Episode One

50 Years of New Zealand Television - Episode One

Subject

2010

 The Jaquie Brown Odyssey - Brownward Spiral (Episode Seven)

The Jaquie Brown Odyssey - Brownward Spiral (Episode Seven)

Actor
Executive Producer

2009

 The Jaquie Brown Diaries

The Jaquie Brown Diaries

Actor
Associate Producer

2008 - 2009

 The Jaquie Brown Diaries - Brown Sweat (Episode Three)

The Jaquie Brown Diaries - Brown Sweat (Episode Three)

Actor
Assoc. Producer

2008

 Campbell Live

Campbell Live

Presenter

2005

 Nothing Special

Nothing Special

Writer

2005

 Pop! Goes the Weasel

Pop! Goes the Weasel

Presenter

2005 - 2007

 A Queen's Tour

A Queen's Tour

Reporter

2004

 Space

Space

Presenter

2000 - 2003


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 The real Jaquie Brown

New Zealand inherited 15-year-old Jaquie Brown from England. Following a stint at Auckland’s 95bFM in her late teens, Brown soon became ensconced in the...

Awards

2010 Qantas Film and Television Awards
Best Comedy Programme or Series (shared with Matt McPhail and Gerard Johnstone): for The Jaquie Brown Diaries

2009 Qantas Film and Television Awards
Best Comedy Programme (shared with Gerard Johnstone): for The Jaquie Brown Diaries