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Martin Henderson: From Kiwi child star to Hollywood...

Interview – Ian Pryor. Camera and Editing – Alex Backhouse

After making his screen debut in 1988 on Margaret Mahy TV series Strangers, actor Martin Henderson spent three years on Shortland Street playing Stuart Nielsen, then moved on to Australia and later the United States. Since then he has acted everywhere from India to Sweden, and in everything from horror (The Ring) to musicals (Bride and Prejudice) to TV’s House MD. His work as Cate Blanchett’s disabled brother in drama Little Fish saw him nominated for an Australian Film Institute supporting actor award. Variety magazine called his performance 'a revelation'.

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David de Lautour: The 'outrageous' challenge of playing Ted...

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

David de Lautour has had acting success in both NZ and the United States. He debuted with small roles in Xena: Warrior Princess before moving on to kidult shows Being Eve and The Amazing Extraordinary Friends. Now based in LA, de Lautour has been seen in a number of big US dramas such as NCIS and Once Upon a Time, plus sitcom What I Like about You. He has gone on to star in  Outrageous Fortune prequel Westside, as family patriarch Ted West.

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ScreenTalk Short: Phil Keoghan

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

New Zealander Phil Keoghan has become an internationally-known TV host thanks to Emmy-winning American reality series The Amazing Race. Keoghan began his career as a TVNZ cameraman before presenting on kids show Spot On. In the 1990s he moved to the United States.

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Lindsay Shelton: Film seller supreme…

Interview and Editing - Ian Pryor. Camera - Alex Backhouse

Lindsay Shelton's career testifies to his love of communicating, and his love of film. After working in newspapers he began a decade programming the Wellington Film Festival, while working in television news. In 1979 he joined the New Zealand Film Commission: over the next 22 years he was an enthusiastic promoter and salesman for New Zealand film around the globe. 

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Phil Keoghan: From Spot On to the world...

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

New Zealander Phil Keoghan has become an internationally-known TV host thanks to his role on Emmy-winning reality series The Amazing Race. Keoghan began his career as a TVNZ cameraman before moving into presenting on kids show Spot On. He hosted on a number of TV shows in New Zealand, including That's Fairly Interesting. Keoghan moved to the United States in the 1990s, where he began to get broadcasting work, eventually landing the coveted role as host of The Amazing Race. Keoghan has also produced and presented other international shows.