Currently starring in Australian cult soap opera Neighbours, Morgana is also well known for her comedic work on stage in New Zealand and is about to take her one woman play 'Height of the Eiffel Tower' to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
As a performer, she's that rare combination of talent, female independence and a mean right hook.
If there were a Queen of New Zealand comedy, Rima Te Wiata would be it. Having starred in groundbreaking sketch comedy shows both at home and in Australia like Issues and Full Frontal, she’s had decades of experience putting audiences in stitches. After several years out of the spotlight, Housebound has provided her with the opportunity to show that comedy ripens like a full-bodied Shiraz.
Making his start as a host on music TV, Glen-Paul has since expanded into theatre and television roles, making a scene stealing turn in The Jaquie Brown Diaries as her overweight personal trailer. He is currently working on global domination from somewhere in the outback of Western Australia.
It's not easy playing someone so dull, especially when you're quite an interesting guy. When he's not acting in local film & television, Ross keeps audiences entertained with his velvety smooth singing voice and magical keyboard playing skills. He'll also paint your house or sort your garden out for the right price.
Millen is the writer and star of New Zealand's answer to Entourage - Auckland Daze. A scene stealer from way back, Millen has established himself as the go-to guy for all your deadpan comedy needs and requirements.
You may have spotted Cameron's rosy complexion in such epics as Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia. A classically trained Shakespearian actor and drama teacher, we thought it fitting that Cameron's role on Housebound mainly consisted of having things thrown at his face area. Like a pro, he said he was fine with it. And we believed him.