Rachel House is an accomplished theatre actor and director, but she has also established a strong screen career, beginning with gritty roles in Tiger Country and Queenie and Pete. Since then she has played both comedic and dramatic parts in a string of high profile movies including Whale Rider, Eagle vs Shark and Boy.
Robyn Malcolm is one of New Zealand's most loved performers, and was voted the country's sexiest woman two years in a row. Since joining the cast of Shortland Street in 1994, Malcolm her credits have included tele-feature Clare, Serial Killers and her award-winning role as matriarch Cheryl West in classic show Outrageous Fortune.
Sky TV CEO John Fellet is a veteran of pay TV, having started his career in his native Arizona, and been with Sky TV in New Zealand since 1991. He became the company’s CEO in 2001, and helped build it into one of the dominant media companies in the country.