Michael Galvin on his embarrassing rap.
Martin Henderson on learning and good habits.
Robyn Malcolm on playing "the slut in a cardy".
Temuera Morrison on having pronunciation issues.
John Leigh on Lionel's disappearance.
Danielle Cormack on being the first to leave.
Antony Starr on Shorty being a tough job.
Angela Bloomfield on her terrifying first day.
Craig Parker on the Shortland Street "bubble".
Shane Cortese on playing the bad guy.
Theresa Healey on loving playing Carmen.
Ido Drent on learning the wrong lines.
Stephanie Tauevihi on intimacy issues with Blair Strang.
Dean O'Gorman on Shorty being a good experience.
Amanda Billing on leaving the show.
Mark Ferguson on playing Darryl.
Stelios Yiakmis on surviving the Shorty machine.
Elizabeth McRae on playing Marj.
Robbie Magasiva on the origins of his character.
Nancy Brunning on playing Nurse Jaki Manu.
Peter Elliott on burnout and "powerless, stupid men".
Paul Gittins on playing Dr Mckenna.
Blair Strang on unknowingly sleeping with his sister.
Geraldine Brophy on loving her character.
Joel Tobeck on playing a guy in a wheelchair.
In these short clips from our ScreenTalk interviews, Shortland Street actors talk about the show.
- Michael Galvin on doing a rap
- Martin Henderson on fast-paced TV
- Robyn Malcolm on "the slut in the cardy"
- Tem Morrison on medical terms
- John Leigh on his exit
- Danielle Cormack on leaving first
- Antony Starr on acting under pressure
- Angela Bloomfield on her first day
- Craig Parker on forgetting ego
- Shane Cortese on his dark role
- Theresa Healey on playing "sassy"
- Ido Drent on memorising fast
- Stephanie Tauevihi on ravaging Blair Strang
- Dean O'Gorman on relaxing on TV
- Amanda Billing on farewelling her character
- Mark Ferguson on playing his own brother
- Stelios Yiakmis on stumbling into the set
- Elizabeth McRae on being warned away
- Rob Magasiva on nerves
- Nancy Brunning on her first six months
- Peter Elliott on thugs and idiots
- Paul Gittins on advice
- Blair Strang on sleeping with his sister
- Geraldine Brophy on her role
- Joel Tobeck on wheelchair jokes