ScreenTalk: Michele A'Court

Michele A’Court
Michele A’Court is well-known for appearances on comedy shows Pulp Comedy and 7 Days, but she began her screen career as a presenter on kids show What Now?

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Michele A’Court is well-known for appearances on comedy shows Pulp Comedy and 7 Days, but she began her screen career as a presenter on kids show What Now?.

The multi award-winning comedian and columnist has also been a reporter on youth news show The Video Dispatch; and has acted and written for Shortland Street.

In this ScreenTalk, A’Court talks about:

  • Having a blast making up stories and skits for What Now?
  • Making news stories for kids and politicians on The Video Dispatch
  • The challenge of trying stand-up for the first time on A Bit After Ten
  • How Pulp Comedy changed the perception of comedy in New Zealand
  • Exploring her French heritage in documentary Here to Stay
  • How acting in Shortland Street proved very helpful in Raratonga
  • Loving the exhausting challenge that is comedy show 7 Days
  • Playing a version of herself in mockumentary series A Night at the Classic
  • Being terrified while acting on TV drama Go Girls

NZ On Screen: camera and editing: Andrew Whiteside

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NZ On Screen

21 Sep 2015

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