Pana Hema-Taylor is perhaps best known for playing one of the petty criminals in TV hit Westside. He has also acted in TV movie Resolve and movie The Most Fun You Can Have Dying. In this ScreenTalk Short, he talks about how little acting was needed for his first screen role, and the challenges of Nights in the Gardens of Spain, hit movie Boy, short film Redemption, and series Spartacus; the inspiration for his role in The Brokenwood Mysteries, how his Westside character is "quite white", and playing "the token brown boy" on Dirty Laundry.
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Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside