(Moz in The Tribe 3) will be on BBC 1
tonight as they are showing the NZ TV drama Stolen
UPDATE. Click here to view it on iPlayer.
It will be shown early on Tuesday morning at 00:15 (a quarter past midnight) on BBC ONE/BBC ONE HD. Hopefully it’ll be on iPlayer if you miss it and want to.
I uploaded some video clips back when it was shown in New Zealand in 2010. Here is one of them:
There is another video clip here.
Check out this interview with the gorgeous Miriama Smith
, it featured in the December issue of ME Magazine
There is a teeny-weeny mention at the beginning saying she was in The Tribe :3
Currently a movie she appears in, Netherwood, is being shown across New Zealand. To get the latest on the movie check out the official blog for it here.
, who played Moz in The Tribe 3, has been helping out with some New Zealand charities…
Currently she is taking part in the Queenstown Challenge for the Cure Kids charity. The challenge will see her making her way from Queenstown to Auckland with her pal Jo Holley and only $10NZ dollars between the two! You can sponsor the pair and help them raise money for the Cure Kids charity by clicking here.
Miriama said the following to Scene Queenstown about the $10 challenge: “We’re pretty much living and breathing it for this past month – then there’s the blood, sweat and tears of getting up the country in three days.
“But I’m pretty sure what we’ll have been through is nothing compared to what those [critically ill] kids are going through.”
Meanwhile, back in July 26th, for NZ charity KidsCan, (Miriama is an ambassador for the charity, since it began in 2005), Miriama and her pal Jo Holley joined other celebs in packing food boxes for poor children in New Zealand. In an article from The New Zealand Herald Miriama said the following: “We all think New Zealand is this idyllic little place that doesn’t have this [starving children], but we need to be reminded that it exists… We also need to be reminded that we can help.”
Okay some of the pics aren’t exactly new…
The new Ari Boyland pics were previously mentioned on the forum here [there's more pics of him there ;)] his profile also mentions he has an agent in America, hopefully we get to see more of him…
The new Amelia Reynolds pics look great, there’s a whole set of new ones on her profile.
There is one new Miriama Smith pic added to her agency profile, I’m not sure how new it is though… Her profile also mentions she has representation in Australia…
Lara Custance, seen as Harmony in The New Tomorrow and known for her role as Abi in BBC’s Paradise Cafe, has two new pics on her profile.
I also came across the profiles of Paige Shaand Haami and Zoe Robins. Time has sure gone quick snce they appeared as Cass and Faygar (respectively) from the Ant Tribe in The New Tomorrow! Both girls have work as models as well as pursuing acting work – I’m not sure how old the pics on their profiles are though.
For old times sake, here’s a pic of Paige Shaand Haami as Cass from when she was in The New Tomorrow, and here is Zoe Robins as Faygar.
… Time flies.
is currently the face of a TV/ad campaign for New Zealand retail store The Warehouse
. You can check out her adverts on their website in the Warehouse TV
section. Currently only one video is up, but more are to come.
Meanwhile, Miriama’s next TV project will be presenting on season 2of the series Match Fishing League. The fishing competition will be broadcasting in May. I’m sure, if not the fishing, the prospect of Miriama getting wet will draw in some viewers!
Miriama Smith played Moz in The Tribe series 3. As well as acting, she is known in New Zealand for hosting shows, parties and just being a fab celeb. In January she spoke to Emily Smith for Gloss magazine in the article ‘What’s in her handbag?’.
Find out about Miriama’s favourite products and what she’s currently reading in the article, online at Gloss’ website, here.
New Zealand actress and TV personality Miriama Smith
(who was Moz in The Tribe 3) made an appearance in new TV3 comedy series WANNA-BEn
Check her out in the video below where series host Ben Boyce performs his comedy musical skit ‘Men In Back’, about being an extra in the film industry…
The music video features Miriama Smith with Blair Strang as the two actor leads, strangely enough the pair also worked together on NZ series Kaitangata Twitch (they are pictured together in the top pic of the article here). Also in the video is New Zealand personality Oliver Driver (who was ‘fired’ from NZ show Sunrise which is referenced in the video!).
Miriama appeared in episode 2 of the series, entitled ‘Movie Star’, broadcast on 15th October 2010. The series WANNA-BEn is pretty funny stuff, with public pranks, street dares and celebrity interviews that push the boundaries. Antonia Prebble (The Tribe’s Trudy) will also be making an appearance later on in the series… Stay tuned.
Check out some more photos from the QANTAS Film and Television Awards 2010 (the first lot are here
). This time featuring Miriama Smith
(Kaitangata Twitch), Ari Boyland
and Sally Martin
(Shortland Street’s Brodie Kemp and Nicole Miller) as well as an extra Beth Allen
(Shorty’s Brooke Freeman) pic.
There is also a video on YouTube featuring the red carpet walkings, you can definitely spot Miriama Smith, Antonia Prebble and Lee Donoghue in the video:
New Zealand indie movie Netherwood is shaping to be the next big ‘one to watch’.
Miriama Smith (who was Moz in The Tribe) plays Maria in Netherwood. Check out the sweet video below where she speaks about her experience in the movie…
(Moz in The Tribe 3) was pictured at the Cirque De Africa
(Cirque Mother Africa) performance at SkyCity Theatre in Auckland, on September 15th 2010, by the A List
You can see the picture of Miriama in full on the site here.
[This post has been back dated]