(The Tribe’s Java) was interviewed by Kelly Bertrand, with her husband Pita, for NZ’s Woman’s Weekly magazine
The Alatini’s (minus Tonica) have been living in Japan for 8 years and in the interview talk about their decision to return back home to New Zealand.
A couple of lovely photos accompany the interview, read it in full by clicking 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.
On Saturday 26th February 2011, Beth Allen
got married to Charlie McDermott
. The couple have been working together at the Basement Theatre
, which is managed by Charlie, as well as creating their own production company, Royale Productions
In an article exclusive to New Idea magazine, Beth and Charlie shared their wedding with readers. Their intimate wedding was held in Beth’s parents (Laraine and Jolyon) garden with friends and family in attendance. Amongst those who attended were Antonia Prebble, who was one of Beth’s bridesmaid. The ceremony was performed by Alan Spence (The article said: ‘They were married by Alan Spence, the father of one of Beth’s friends’, we are assuming that it is Victoria Spence’s father – though were not 100%sure).
Key quote from the article:
Beth shed a few tears listening to bridesmaid Antonia Prebble’s speech. She met the Outrageous Fortune star on the set of The Tribe in Wellington, at age 14.
‘She talked about how we first bonded over the fact we both had terrible hairstyles – mine bleached blonde with the intentional feature of 6ins roots, and hers a bright purple bob’
With special thanks to Emma H for the magazine scans and to Jebrill for info on the article. You can read more about the couple and their engagement/wedding plans over at BethAllen.Webs.
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.
is currently the cover star of New Zealand magazine Next
. Following on from her success in the series Outrageous Fortune, Antonia features in the magazine under the cover article of ‘Her rise to NZ’s newest leading lady’. Check out the magazine cover in full on the right, it is the January 2011 issue and is currently on New Zealand shelves.
Currently Antonia is playing the leading lady in Christchurch’s Court Theatre production of Cabaret. She recently spoke to TVNZ’s Good Morning show about the role, check out the video interview with her below:
With thanks to AntoniaPrebble.com for the news. A must visit site for all fans of the Prebster!
Sexy Outrageous Fortune (and The Tribe!) star Antonia Prebble
features on the cover of magazine FishHead
. The October issue, which she graces, just hit the shelves in New Zealand today. The cover pic looks stunning!
We’ve been told that Antonia is part of the cover story ‘A Model of Education‘ which is about a unique school in Wellington that she attended, Clifton Terrace Model Schoo, it helped nuture her creativity and her love of acting. It has also produced a number of interesting Wellingtonians and the magazine takes a look behind the scenes at what they do differently at CTMS to everyone else.
Oh and in case you are wondering: “The name FishHead is based on the earliest name for Wellington, ‘Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui’. Mythological Maori demigod Maui pulled up a giant fish (the North Island) as he was fishing from his waka (the South Island) and the Wellington region became ‘The Head of Maui’s Fish’ – hence FishHead!” – from the FishHead website.
Back in March, New Zealand’s Woman’s Day
magazine did a feature about Megan Alatini
(The Tribe’s Java/Meryl & Monique Cassies older sister). It is a lovely article, truly inspirational, as Megan talks about the ups and downs in her relationship with husband Pita Alatini
and how they renewed their wedding vows after 10 years of marriage.
The lovely Mary M, has sent in scans of the article, there’s some pretty gorgeous pictures of the couple in there! As well as a transcript of the article, you can read it below…
Some key quotes:
“When I first met Pita he was a shy skinny little Tongan boy from Otara, both of us 13 years old”, Megan Alatini.
“I am so blessed that you are my wife, best friend and companion and may this continue for at least another 20 years”, Pita Alatini.
“We are such a close and tight family, so it means quite a lot to do something special like this. It’s special for all of us”, Tonica Alatini (Pita and Megan’s eldest daughter).
, along with fellow Outrageous Fortune
stars Tammy Davis and Antony Starr, features on the cover of New Zealand’s Rip It Up
The latest Rip It Up issue [June/July 2010 : No. 335] features new pics and interviews with the Outrageous Fortune cast members. Antonia Prebble is definitely looking amazing! Check out Antonia on the cover image here.
If you are a New Zealand resident, you lucky buggers have the chance to win copies of the magazine signed by Tammy Davies (OF’s Munter), click here for more info – there’s 50 up for grabs! Just register to site and leave your details there. [Hey, if you win, forward it to me ;D]
You can read the article by clicking the images above (or here for the big/original sized pic : page 1 : page 2 : page 3). In the featurette Beth talks at length about her love for Charlie, how they got engaged, her custom made engagement ring, her parents reactions, her recent travelling trips with Charlie… Oh there’s allot there to read about in the article. Starting with her sparkling blue eyes…
Without a doubt her wedding in 2011 will be fabulous, I’m sure. Will BFF Antonia Prebble be bridesmaid? We hope so! *fingers crossed we get some pics in the goss mags*… Though 2011 is still a long way off, major congrats and best wishes to Beth and Charlie. She’s definitely got herself a hottie (so’s he!).
Major thanks to Emma H for providing the info about the article and the awesome scans – you rule! Article also appeared on BethAllen.Webs (a full transcript will appear there at a later date).
There’s a cool interview with Beth Allen
in New Zealand’s New Idea
magazine. In the article she and other Shortland Street ladies get glammed up into 1950′s Summerwear. where she talks about Summer, dressing-up, Christmas and acting… There’s also a wee mention of The Tribe in there too…
What’s the craziest dress-up costume you’ve ever worn?
I wore some pretty crazy stuff when I was on The Tribe as a teenager….calfskin suits, huge combat boots and lots of feathers.
Too read the full article pop over to BethAllen.Webs, also check out the site’s cool new look! Images from Shortland Street. This post has been back dated.