Wow! Back in 2008
we had the news that Michelle Ang
appeared on a TV series called The Sitting
, where famous New Zealander’s were interviewedpainted by artist Marty Welch
Well, Marty has recently uploaded all the episodes of his series online, so here is Michelle’s episode…
Michelle talks about how she got into acting, talks a bit about The Tribe, Xena, Outrageous Fortune and also about acting issues like type-casting.
has done a video interview with AsiansOnFilm.com
In the (recent) interview Michelle talks about The Tribe, The Tribe fans and her take on the series! It’s great hearing her talk about it after such a long time. In this interview video she also talks about getting her role in Neighbours, being in and leaving Outrageous Fortune (she actually asked to be written out of the series!), getting her role in Big Momma’s 3 and also how she got to be in the short film The Potential Wives Of Norman Mao.
Check it out, it’s great! (Albeit brief)
It’s a shame they didn’t ask about her role as lesbian characer Lily Zee in South Of Nowhere, as that was an interesting guest role she had, post Outrageous Fortune.
Check out the trailer for Holding The Sun
, a short movie written, directed, produced and featuring Dwayne Cameron
Head over to the official Facebook page for the movie to share your thoughts about it with Dwayne. Click here to go there.
I found the trailer to be visually stunning and it has definitely peaked my curiosity as to what the final short will be like. Hopefully we’ll get the opportunity see it outside of the NZ. With thanks to Sabrina B for the info/update, much appreciated.
who guested in The Tribe series 4 as a ‘Blue’, has landed an amazing lead role in the US. He’ll be playing the beast (named Vincent Koslow) in American network CW’s Beauty And The Beast
. He’ll star opposite Smallville (and Edgemont!) star Kristin Kreuk who is playing Catherine Chandler – the beauty.
Here’s a preview video of the series, aimed at the Vampire Diaries/Twilight/Gossip Girl audience:
More recently Jay Ryan appeared in a guest role on Terra Nova. Back in New Zealand he was the lead male in the TV series Go Girls. He starred in Australian soap Neighbours as Jack Scully playing the boyfriend to Michelle Ang’s Lori Lee.
With thanks to @bertrigby/Catherine for the info :D