When was the first episode of Shortland Street?
Shortland Street is a New Zealand television soap opera. It was first broadcast on 25 May 1992 and currently airs on television network TVNZ 2. The following is a list of characters that appeared on the show in 2015 by order of first appearance.
When did Damo Johnson first appear on Shortland Street?
Damo Johnson, played by comedian Grant Lobban, made his first appearance on 11 May 2015. The character appeared in two recurring stints throughout 2015, and from 2016 a permanent recurring stint.
When did Pixie first appear in Shortland Street?
Bella soon convinces Jimmy to take the job and he departs Ferndale. Pikitea Rose “Pixie” Hannah, played by Thomasin McKenzie, made her first appearance on 25 March 2015.
Who are the main characters in Shortland Street?
Moutere “Mo” Hannah, played by Jarod Rawiri, made his first appearance on 10 April 2015. Mo was present at a football match where his daughter Pixie is playing and later collapses. He later got a job at the hospital working as an orderly. His daughter Pixie was later discovered to have cancer.
Shortland Street is a New Zealand television soap opera. It was first broadcast on 25 May 1992 and currently airs on television network TVNZ 2. The following is a list of characters that appeared on the show in 2016 by order of first appearance.
Main characters Actor Character Duration Michael Galvin Chris Warner 1992–96, 2000– Benjamin Mitchell TK Samuels 2006– Sally Martin Nicole Miller 2009– Jennifer Ludlam Leanne Black-Johnson 2010–11, 2014–
Who is still alive from the original cast of Shortland Street?
Only one character remains from the original cast: Chris Warner Though taking a 4-year break, Chris has featured in the show the longest of the current cast, outstaying all of his family, who either died or left. Rachel McKenna, another long-standing character as of 2014 , first appeared in the soap in 1993 and has made regular appearances since.
Who is the producer of Shortland Street TV show?
Shortland Street is produced by South Pacific Pictures, with assistance from Fremantle and Television New Zealand. In the first few years, the production was also assisted by New Zealand On Air .