Actor/director Simon Prast is best-known for his stage career, and 11 years commanding the Auckland Theatre Company. Prast's screen-acting career dates back to the mid 80s, most famously for his role as rich kid Alister Redfern in beloved soap Gloss. His biggest feature role to date remains Stephen, man-at-the-crossroads in 1998 feature When Love Comes.
Simon Prast is subtle, compassionate and funny, and he relishes edgy moments, which was great. He wouldn’t pull back from something — he’d push it further. Garth Maxwell, on directing Prast in the movie When Love Comes.
2010, As: Mike - Television
2010 -11, As: Jeffrey Duff - Television
2004, As: Dr Harrington - Television
2004, As: Doctor Harrington/Patrick - Television
2001, As: Tom Strachey - Television
2001 - 2003, As: Tom Strachey - Television
1998, As: Stephen - Film
1994 - 1997, As: Royce Carpenter - Television
1994, Narrator - Television
1995 - 1996, As: Paul Churchill - Television
1987 - 1990, As: Alistair - Television
1987, As: Alistair - Television
1986, As: Ben - Television