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Te Kohe Tuhaka
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Te Kohe Tuhaka, of Ngati Porou and Ngai Tuhoe descent, is an actor with a strong career in theatre whose feature film roles include Marcel in Sione’s 2: Unfinished Business and Haki in Long for New Zealand, a NZ/German co-production produced by The Dead Lands producer Matthew Metcalfe.
He is also in the yet to be released film 6 Days Directed by Toa Fraser, and is featured as the gun Shearer Caesar Poata in Lee Tamahori’s Mahana

He was in Taika Waititi’s internationally acclaimed short film, Tama Tu, produced by Ainsley Gardiner and Cliff Curtis.

His television drama work includes the telefeatures Stolen, Billy, Eruption and What Really Happened: Waitangi, The comedy hit Find Me a Maori Brid. His fluency in Te Reo is on-show in the Maori Television series Korero Mai, and in various presenting roles he fulfils for that channel.

He is remembered as the gang-connected Kingi in Shortland Street, recognised as Zave in Go Girls and is known to younger viewers as the presenter of the Cool Kids Cooking series. In another series featuring his passion for cooking, fostered in a trainee chef job while a drama student, he was a judge on the Maori Television reality show Marae Kai Masters.

His acclaimed stage performances include the solo show, Taki Rua’s revival of John Broughton’s classic Michael James Manaia, which he toured around the country over several years. He played Tama-Nui-Te-Ra in two stagings (2006 and 2007) of Tanemahuta Gray’s awe-inspiring production Maui - One Man Against the Odds. He also toured to Sydney, Tokyo, London and Paris in Mike Mizrahi’s Giant Rugby Ball Multi-Media Experience for Tourism New Zealand between 2007 and 2011.
 

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