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Pana Hema Taylor is a Actor Néo-Zélandais born on 14 september 1989 at Auckland (Nouvelle zelande)

Pana Hema Taylor

Pana Hema Taylor
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Nationality Nouvelle zelande
Birth 14 september 1989 (34 years) at Auckland (Nouvelle zelande)

Pana Hema Taylor (born 1989) is a Maori New Zealand television actor, best known for his roles in Spartacus, The Brokenwood Mysteries and the hit series, Westside.


Pana grew up in Christchurch, New Zealand where he attended Aranui High School. He has a child with actress Danielle Cormack; Te Ahi Ka, born 19 March 2010. In March 2015, Tiare Masina, his daughter with his current girlfriend Naomi, was born.

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Filmography of Pana Hema Taylor (3 films)

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The Most Fun You Can Have Dying
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Matt Whelan, Roxane Mesquida, Pana Hema Taylor, Caren Pistorius
Rating61% 3.0943953.0943953.0943953.0943953.094395
The story begins in Hamilton, New Zealands fourth largest city where Michael (Matt Whelan) lives in a run down student flat with his best friend David (Pana Hema Taylor). Michael has been having medical tests and is given the shattering news that he has terminal liver cancer. Michael reacts by drinking excessively and hiding the news from his friends. Through the support Michael is offered by his friends, especially David, he begins to accept his prognosis. It is revealed via photographs that Michael's mother also died from cancer.
Boy (2010)
, 1h28
Directed by Taika Waititi
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Films about children, Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Taika Waititi, James Rolleston, Craig Hall, Pana Hema Taylor, Rachel House, Madeleine Sami
Roles Juju, the other of Alamein's friend. He has a strange haircut, and like Chuppa is always getting himself in trouble alongside the kids.
Rating74% 3.748683.748683.748683.748683.74868
The year is 1984. Alamein/"Boy" is an 11-year-old boy who lives in Waihau Bay, in the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand, on a small farm with his grandmother, little brother Rocky, and several other cousins. Boy spends his time dreaming of Michael Jackson and his estranged father, Alamein, who has since left him and Rocky. Boy continually creates stories about his father such as him escaping prison and taking him to see Michael Jackson live. Even though Boy continues to believe this, his classmates never believe him anyway, which starts a fight between him and another classmate, Kingi, and his older brother Holden. When Boy's grandmother leaves for a funeral one day, she leaves Boy in charge of the house and his brother and cousins; Boy is then surprised to see his father and two other men arrive at the farm.
Kawa (2010)
, 1h16
Directed by Katie Wolfe
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drama
Themes Films about sexuality, Bisexuality-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Calvin Tuteao, Dean O'Gorman, Nathalie Boltt, George Henare, Vicky Haughton, Pana Hema Taylor
Roles Sebastian
Rating62% 3.1437153.1437153.1437153.1437153.143715
The film tells the story of Kawariki (Calvin Tuteao), an apparently happy family man married to Annabelle (Nathalie Boltt). His father Hamiora (George Henare) is retiring and according to the Maori tradition, Kawariki should be prepared to take over his father's place as head of the family. But he realizes that in order to do so, he has to keep his integrity and reveal his lifelong secret of being gay ever since childhood. He has been desperately fighting his feelings for years, but now frequents gay baths and he has a love affair with Chris (Dean O'Gorman).