Tandi Wright spent some of her childhood in the dressing room at Avalon TV Studios — waiting for her actor parents to finish work on Close to Home. But rather than encouraging her to follow suit, Wright insists they were always "realistic about how nearly impossible it is to make a career out of acting". She agrees - but seems to have pulled off the impossible anyway. Wright has been acting for television since the age of six, playing lead roles in some of New Zealand’s top productions including Shortland Street, Willy Nilly, Being Eve, Serial Killers, and Nothing Trivial.
In this ScreenTalk, Wright talks about:
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