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Tammy Davis

Actor [Ngāti Rangi, Atihaunui a Paparangi]

 Tammy Davis

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Tammy Davis

Tammy Davis began in the lighting department, got his acting break on What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?, and won fame via hit show Outrageous Fortune. His portrayal of the gormless Munter earned him awards and a 'Munter is Choice' fan club. Raetihi-raised Davis made his directing debut with 2011 short film Ebony Society, which played at Sundance and Berlin. He went on to co-star in TV comedy Sunny Skies.

 

If a man goes nowhere and there's no-one there to see him, did he ever leave? 
 
 

Screenography

Screenography
 Role/s
 Born to Dance

Born to Dance

Director

2014

 Sunny Skies

Sunny Skies

Actor

2013

 Top of the Lake

Top of the Lake

Actor

2012

 Dancing in the Sky

Dancing in the Sky

Actor

2011

 Sonny, My Older Brother

Sonny, My Older Brother

Director
Writer

2011

 Ebony Society

Ebony Society

Director
Writer

2010

 Tonight on NZ On Screen

Tonight on NZ On Screen

Actor

2010

 Black Sheep

Black Sheep

Actor

2007

 Outrageous Fortune - Christmas Special Telemovie

Outrageous Fortune - Christmas Special Telemovie

Actor

2006

 Outrageous Fortune

Outrageous Fortune

Actor

2005 - 2010

 Outrageous Fortune - Episode One

Outrageous Fortune - Episode One

Actor

2005

 The Market

The Market

Actor

2005

 Tama Tū

Tama Tū

Actor

2004

 Whale Rider

Whale Rider

Actor

2002

 Mataku

Mataku

Actor

2001 - 2005

 WNTV

WNTV

Actor

2003

 Jackson's Wharf

Jackson's Wharf

Actor

1999 - 2000

 What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?

What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?

Actor

1999


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 Tammy Davis - on the origin of Munter

Tammy Davis (Ngāti Rangi, Atihaunui a Paparangi) grew up in Raetihi, and studied acting at Northland Polytechnic before landing his first major...

Awards

2011 Aotearoa Film and Television Awards
Best Screenplay for a Short Film: Ebony Society

2011 Show me Shorts Film Festival (New Zealand)
Best Screenplay: for Ebony Society

2008 Qantas Film and Television Awards
Best Performance by a Supporting Actor - Television: for Outrageous Fortune

2007 Air New Zealand Screen Awards
Nominated for Best Supporting Actor - Television: for Outrageous Fortune, Episode 12