Rose McIver

By Fiona Rae In Commentary

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7th April, 2007
At the tender age of 18, Rose McIver can already look back on a career spanning 16 years. She appeared in a commercial when she was two, The Piano when she was three and Hercules when she was four. It might say something about the New Zealand television industry that she has hardly done any theatre work, but in between a normal school life she has performed in everything from Topless Women Talk About Their Lives to the lead role in the TV3 series Maddigan's Quest. She is now starring as Constance in her first grown-up drama, Rude Awakenings. What's your earliest memory of performing? ...

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