List of Shortland Street characters (2019)

Last updated

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 2019 by order of first appearance. All characters are introduced by the shows executive producer Maxine Fleming. The 27th season of Shortland Street began airing on 14 January 2019.

Contents

Prince Kimiora

Prince Kimiora
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byJay Kiriona
Duration2019–
First appearance15 March 2019 (2019-03-15)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Present; regular
Profile
OccupationNurse

Prince Kimiora, played by Jay Kiriona made his first appearance on 15 March 2019.

Prince first appears in the IV after Kylie kissed Drew and Drew ran off, they meet and they have a one night stand. Prince then asks Kylie for all her dirty secrets and Kylie kicks him out of her house. He then applies to be a nurse and Kylie turns him down, Lincoln comes to his rescue and makes Kylie hire him, which is where Prince finds out that Lincoln is addicted to meth, and tries to help him. Prince falls in love with receptionist Angel and when Angel breaks up with Eddie, they become a couple.

Unfortunately, Angel takes her friend, Gracie, to Australia. Dawn has become all emotional that she is not pregnant because of the sperm donation from Ali's frozen sperm, and she kisses Prince. When Angel returns, they throw an engagement party, and Prince calls her a hoe, and then reveals he kissed Dawn. Angel breaks up with Prince. Some Shortland street fans may think that Ali and prince are siblings but the rumors are indeed false and they live on to be close friends.


Zara Chakraborty

Zara Chakraborty
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byNivi Summer
Duration2019–
First appearance10 April 2019 (2019-04-10)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Present; regular
Profile
OccupationCardiologist
Former taxi driver

Zara Chakraborty, played by Nivi Summer, made her first screen appearance on 10 April 2019.

Zara first appears as Chris' taxi driver to a DHB meeting, and when they discover Kate has been in a car crash, Zara rushes to her help. Chris hires her as a cardiologist, and Zara's family from India are revealed to be watching her. On 22 April, Zara's daughter Rani arrives and her husband Jav sends someone to capture Rani, which is foiled by Chris and the police. A month after Chris and Zara started dating, Chris hired a surgeon who Jav used to work with named Simon Ashton, Rani gets sick and Chris and Simon perform a surgery on Rani. However, Simon has an alcohol addiction and is hungover. After the surgery Chris and Zara break up when he reveals he hired Simon from Jav. After Simon was fired due to his alcoholism almost killed Rani, she managed a hostile takeover of Jav's pharmaceutical company by blackmailing him, thus becoming a board member of Shortland Street as a stakeholder and supply partner.

After breaking up with Chris, Zara and doctor Boyd Rolleston (now Chakraborty) admit they have feelings for each other, but do not really have any chemistry and agree to stay friends. In July 2019 she dated nurse Nicole Miller for just under a month, however she broke up with her after her ex husband Javs return, who was being threatening towards Zara. Jav leaves New Zealand when he buys Rani a car and she crashes it. Chris and Zara become a couple after Chris performed a life saving surgery on Rani after the car crash.

Zara and Chris get back together after a while, and in November, Rani kisses Louis King. Zara finds out and Rani tells her that she loves him, Rani becomes upset when she finds out that Louis does not have feelings for her.

In December, Zara tried to get Boyd's niece, Shereez Baker, to leave Tim Myers, but is met with his racist remarks. [1] By the time Shereez finally leaves him, Tim sets a bomb in the hospital and a stolen ambulance, taking Zara and Boyd hostage. Boyd and Zara survive the explosion, leading the two to admit their love for each other and get together early in the year. Zara ends up proposing to Boyd after previously stating she didn't want to get married, and they have their wedding in August 2020. Zara decided to change her surname back to her maiden name Chakraborty, with Boyd also taking her name.

In January 2021, Boyd's ex, Eve Reston, returns, having a terminal illness and not long to live. Boyd eventually admits he is still in love with Eve despite still loving Zara, leaving Zara unsure of what to do. They stayed together after Eve passes qaway, and Zara promises to be a mother to Eve and Boyd's twins. Not long after, Zara gets involved in the fight against sex trafficking, working with Theo Chang and Michelle Beaufort to save women from being trafficked. Zara is very vocal with the campaign, speaking on the news and going very public. However, while speaking at an anti trafficking rally, Zara is shot by the people behind it. She survives, however this does not push her to give up. After her and Boyd decide to buy a vineyard and move down south, she receives a text from a woman asking for her help. She drives out to save the woman but ends up trapped with the men and is then abducted by them. In the next couple of days, the body of the woman she went to save is found, but Zara's body is not. She is presumed dead, but a body has not been found to prove it.

Cece King

Cecelia "Cece" King
Shortland Street character
Portrayed by Nicole Whippy
Duration2019–
First appearance25 April 2019 (2019-04-25)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Present; regular
Profile
OccupationSocial worker
Former nurse

Cecelia King, played by Nicole Whippy, made her first screen appearance on 25 April 2019.

Cece first appears after Jean appears in hospital after a diagnosis with Alzheimer's disease. When Jean dies, her husband Ben sexually assaults Esther. Cece and Ben fight, causing Sophia to burn Esther's car. They make up, and she reveals to her son Louis, that he had a twin brother. Louis' birth mother, Vanessa shows up and Vanessa gets mad at Cece for driving her to kill herself and Louis' brother. She also gets hots for TK Samuels in October.

In November, Sophia has a boyfriend named Manaia, who's dad is being investigated by Oranga Tamariki. When his dad is taken in by the police for abusing Manaia. Manaia and his brother are left without anywhere to go, so TK organises for a pasifika community to surprise Manaia. Cece is happy and shares a kiss with TK.

Then in December, after Manaia cheated on Sophia and Cece revealed to Ben that she cheated with TK. Cece and Sophia go on a "man-free" bush walk with Dawn and Shareez, where they accidentally run into Dawn's ex, Jake. Jake gets shot by two hunters, Bronnie and Pete, who have had weed stolen by Jake. The hunters want to shoot Sophia, and the male one wants to rape her. Cece and Shareez rush Bronnie and Sophia sets Pete on fire. Cece, Dawn and Shareez lie to Detective Rashid Namal that Sophia burnt Pete by accident.

In February, Bronnie comes back for revenge on the four, and reveals to the four she has breast cancer. Cece, Dawn and Shareez organise for Bronnie to have an operation under a fake ID, and she goes. After an incident at school, Cece makes a MyLife account called "Kirk" to look out for Sophia, and in March, she reveals to Sophia that it was her running the account, and she confesses to TK and Ben that Pete's death wasn't an accident, and Ben wants Sophia to get justice for what she did. Ben heavily drinks after hearing the news, and turns on the stove to make dinner. Ben talks to Sophia when she gets home and they both dose of to sleep, and the house sets on fire (which was caused by Ben). Sophia has no injuries but Ben gets smoke inhalation, and he dies later.

Cece can't stop suspecting Sophia caused the fire, and at Ben's funeral, Sophia lashes at Cece proclaiming that she thinks she killed Ben. They make up and Sophia turns herself in over the death of Pete. Sophia is sentenced to counselling in her court trial.

Ben King

Ben King
Shortland Street character
Portrayed by Jamie Irvine
Duration2019–20
First appearance25 April 2019 (2019-04-25)
Last appearance30 March 2020 (2020-03-30)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Former; regular
Profile
OccupationDoctor

Ben King, played by Jamie Irvine, made his first screen appearance on 25 April 2019. Ben arrived with wife Cece (Nicole Whippy), son Louis (Henry Rolleston) and daughter Sophia (Iana Grace) when it became apparent his mother Jean (Catherine Wilkin) was entering a stage of severe Alzheimer's. Jean ended her own life and a traumatised Ben began heavily drinking. After getting drunk and ending up in bed with Esther Samuels (Ngahuia Piripi), Esther withdrew her consent but was raped by Ben. After a tumultuous period of losing his friends and nearly his family, Esther did not press charges. Ben and Cece soon had to reveal that Louis was a twin, with his brother having been murdered by his biological mother Vanessa (Danielle Mason). Vanessa returned and turned Louis against his family, though he soon forgave them but was seriously injured whilst surfing and confined to a wheel chair.

Later in the year Ben was concerned when Sophia fell for co-worker Kate's (Laurel Devenue) son Blue Nathan (Tash Keddy). After a DNA test it was revealed Blue was in fact Ben's son after a one night stand in the nineties. Ben became paranoid when he realised Cece shared a kiss with his boss TK Samuels (Benjamin Mitchell) and was devastated when his family was held hostage and Sophia killed a man in apparent self defence. Two months later Cece revealed it was not self defence and Sophia had in fact murdered the man. Struggling with the news, Ben began to drink heavily. After a heart-to-heart with Sophia, Ben drunkenly fell asleep with the oven on and set the house alight. Sophia managed to get him out of the house but he developed hypoxia due to smoke inhalation. He died after going into ventricular fibrilation.

Louis King

Louis King
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byHenry Rolleston
Duration2019–
First appearance25 April 2019 (2019-04-25)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Present; regular
Profile
OccupationStudent, Barista (former), Hospital orderly

Louis King, played by Henry Rolleston, made his first screen appearance on 25 April 2019. Louis first appears when his family come to Ferndale after his grandmother, Jean is diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Louis looks after his sister, Sophia after she sets a retirement village on fire and also looks after Zara's daughter, Rani, when she starts Ferndale High, which causes Rani to develop a crush on Louis. Louis starts dating Shereez, which makes Rani jealous and after the death of a 5 year old named Tommy, his father confesses that he had a twin named Tommy. His birth mother Vanessa shows up and blames Cece for her attempted suicide and the death of Louis' twin brother. Thanks to Vanessa, Louis goes to Drew's and stays there for a while. Shereez become pregnant with his baby, and he breaks up with Shereez as he wants to be with a girl at his school.

He later became a quadriplegic after being hit by a big wave while training for a surf competition. He briefly fell for his physiotherapist until he realised that she has a boyfriend.

In December, he saved Shereez from Tim Myers' final abuse by temporarily putting him under arrest, while trying to foil River from a misogynistic internet group chat and initiating a second bomb planted in the hospital.

He recovered in February, but was unable to get his old job as a barista, as he tried to earn money to try becoming a pro surfer again. Instead, he was persuaded to work as an orderly. Louis was never able to get over the grief of Ben's death in March 2020. On July 10, 2020, he returned to IV Café as a barista after Petra, Michelle Beaumont's daughter, in fixing her coffee orders when she was trialled as a sole-charge café manager. He has a thing with Shereez for a while and saves her from her creepy flatmate Colin, and then she leaves for the Chatham Islands. He and Petra then have a relationship, and when Petra tells him she is leaving for Queenstown, he wants to go with her but is held back because he still cares about Shereez.

In 2021, Louis' friend Theodora Chang is having problems getting over Nicole's wife, Maeve, so he decides to have sex with her, and they start a relationship. Louis goes to Drew's to smoke weed, but when Drew's adopted son Marley's social worker comes around, Drew asks Louis to take the marijuana with him, and he starts growing a batch in his room. This becomes a problem when Louis makes weed fudge, and TK accidentally eats some when Louis tells him specifically not to. TK gets mad and the two have a big fight, However they make up after TK and Cece go away for a couple of weeks. Louis begins to have more problems with his family after they all (but him) forget the anniversary of Ben's death. However, this is also patched up quickly too.

Sophia King

Sophia King
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byIana Grace
Duration2019–
First appearance25 April 2019 (2019-04-25)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Present; regular
Profile
OccupationHigh School Student

Sophia King, played by Iana Grace, made her first screen appearance on 25 April 2019.

Sophia arrives in Ferndale from Byron Bay so that her family can look after Jean, her nan with Alzheimer's. Her father, Ben thinks its best if Jean goes to an old folks home in Ferndale, but Sophia does not want this. To stop Jean from going there, she burns down the retirement home. Her father puts her on some drugs to make her feel better as she has problems. She befriends a girl at her school named Rani, who is Zara's daughter. When Jean dies and Kylie accuses Ben of raping Esther, she defends Ben by burning Esther's car.

Later, in October, she meets Blue Nathan, who she falls for. Ben King has a strange feeling about Blue and then tells Sophia and Blue that they can't date because Blue is the child of Ben and Kate. Heartbroken, she eventually falls for boy in her school named Manaia. Her mother Cece is a social worker, and after an accident between Manaia and his dad, She plans for Manaia to be taken by Oranga Tamariki. Sophia is upset by this decision and runs away with Manaia. They both return and Manaia is taken back by his dad and Sophia remained close friends with him. In December, Manaia was seen cheating on Sophia, so her pyromaniacal tendency resurfaces. On the season-ending cliffhanger, she burnt Pete, after trying to save herself from being raped, and saving Cece from getting shot. Pete died. Due to her history as a pyromaniac, she was also a subject of bullying in February, 2020. She even befriended Kirk, who was Cece's imaginary friend for her to as a way to open up. She threatened to kill Cece when she found out Kirk's true identity, and also Ben for trying to lock her up. On 25 March, however, Ben died from smoke inhalation, but from a fire caused by him.

Angel Schmidt

Angel Schmidt
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byAna Scotney
First appearance9 May 2019 (2019-05-09)
Last appearance22 October 2019
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Former; regular
Profile
OccupationStudent

Angel Schmidt, played by Ana Scotney, made her first screen appearance on 9 May 2019. Angel is hired as a receptionist and she falls for Prince, after she and Prince have sex in the workplace, she dumps him. She then starts dating Eddie and while Eddie organises a music festival called Reko, however, he falls short of money and is chased by an angry mob, where he abandons Angel. She dumps Eddie, and then her mother, Desdemona has sex with Eddie, and she falls out with her mother. Her best friend Gracie, is rushed to ED after being diagnosed with MND, and she reconciles with her and gets back together with Prince. Prince proposes to her on 19 September and she accepts. Unfortunately while Angel was away in Thailand, sorting out problems with her Mum, Prince ended up kissing Dawn after she had a total meltdown when she was watching Ali's daughter, Lulu for the day but the little girl had wandered off somewhere in the hospital grounds. Luckily she was found at the main entrance with an ambulance officer. Both Prince and Dawn regret it and things become awkward between them with Prince insisting that he loved Angel with all his heart and Dawn wanting to talk about it. However Prince's brother, Winston knew about it and forces his brother to come clean with Angel. After several further complications in their relationship, Angel would dump Prince, before departing for a new job in In October.

Eddie Adams

Eddie Adams
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byRawiri Jobe
Duration2019–2021
First appearance24 May 2019 (2019-05-24)
Last appearance13 May 2021
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Former; recurring
Profile
OccupationParamedic

Eddie Adams, played by Rawiri Jobe made his first screen appearance on 24 May 2019. Eddie first appears after Damo and Nicole finally track him down, he and Leanne have a reunion, and Eddie starts job as a Paramedic. He settles in Ferndale and starts dating Angel, and Eddie organises a festival called Reko, and when he falls short of money for bands to play at his festival, he is chased by an angry mob, where he abandoned Angel. After an argument with Leanne, he runs off and is rushed into ED shortly afterwards. He is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and accidentally sleeps with Angel's mother. He makes up with leanne and to make sure he can pay back Leanne the money for Reko, he becomes a janitor at the hospital. He saves someone's life while he is the janitor and is reinstated at his position as a Paramedic.

He starts a relationship with Esther Samuels in October and later in the month, Esther becomes pregnant with his baby. To celebrate, he travels to Hawaii to meet Leanne. He returns to an angry TK, however, Esther forgives him.

In April, Esther gives birth to their baby, named Kiwa Addams-Samuels, and a few weeks later at a picnic, 4 teenagers on the streets steal their food and Eddie realises that these kids are being hunted down by a man in a white van, Eddie steps up and tries to protect those kids, and when he lets them stay, TK forces the kids to leave, causing Wade (one of the kids) to be injured badly and drugged by the man in the white van.

In May 2021, Eddie's father Willy fell sick and his girlfriend persuaded Eddie to tend to his fathers aid. After Eddie announces he's leaving Ferndale with Kiwa, Esther is left furious and the two prepare for a custody battle only for Esther to realise Kiwa is better off with Eddie. Eddie departed Ferndale on May 13th after finally clearing the air with Esther.

Shereez Baker

Shereez Baker
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byTimmie Cameron
Duration2019–20
First appearance22 July 2019 (2019-07-22)
Last appearance17 December 2020 (2020-12-17)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Former; regular
Profile
OccupationNurse

Shereez first arrives in Ferndale in July, and gets a job as a nurse. When Boyd loses an opportunity to go to Japan for a month to do some medicinal business, she flirts with the winner and gets in trouble. She then starts flirting with Prince Kimiora and even tries to come onto him. In August, she starts a relationship with Louis King and accidentally gets pregnant with Louis' baby. Louis believes in climate change and the world ending soon, so he tells her to get an abortion. They break up and Shereez gets the abortion. In November, she starts a relationship with control freak and abusive Tim Myers, who in December, proposes to her and says "I love you, Shereez, you have to be mine forever" Shereez talks to Sam Collins, Kylie's psychiatrist for help. Shereez tells Tim that she wants to break up with him and Tim tries to abuse her but is stopped by Louis.

In the finale of 2019, she goes on a "man free" bush walk with Cece, Sophia and Dawn and they run into Jake, Dawn's prisoner ex-boyfriend. Jake gets shot and they run into a hut, where they discover two hunters who Jake stole their weed. They threaten to kill the four and Jake, but she and Dawn rush the hunters and Sophia lights the hunters on fire. When being interviewed by the police about the incident, Cece tells them to stick with that Sophia was using the fire as self-defence. And Shareez learns that Boyd was in the ambulance with Tim Myers, and that Tim died and Boyd is in surgery. Boyd lives, however, much to Shareez' delight

Shereez begins to flirt with Frank Warner, and at one point, tries to kiss him on top of the tables at the IV, but Frank moves out of the way and Shareez loses her two front teeth.

Sam Collins

Sam Collins
Shortland Street character
Portrayed by Jared Turner
Duration2019–
First appearanceAugust 2019 (2019-08)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Present; recurring
Profile
Occupationpsychologist

Sam Collins , played by Jared Turner, made his first screen appearance on August 2019. after Kylie Brown has a breakdown after killing her husband Dylan Reinhart.

He believes it is best if they give Kylie shock therapy, and he does so. Later, in November, he returns after a car crash and Dawn asks him if he knows how to treat sex addicts, because she believes she is one. And in December, he decides that he likes Kylie, much to TK's disgust. Shereez Baker is upset with her relationship with controllive, abusive Tim Myers, and asks Sam for advice. Tim gets angered by this and violently beats up Sam.

Marty Walker

Marty Walker
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byScott Smart
Duration2019–
First appearance2 December 2019 (2019-12-02)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Present; regular

Dr.Marty Walker, played by Scott Smart, made his first screen appearance on 2 December 2019. He arrived in the ED after he injured his leg and brought in a patient. He quickly began to help out and he clashed with Ben King after he treated his patient without his say so. Chris hires him and he gets attention of the female nurses, especially Nicole Miller.

Nicole develops feelings for Marty, but when she sees him at the IV with another girl (who turns out to be his wife's best friend) Nicole asks him why he's cheating on his wife, and he responds saying that his wife died 10 months ago. Marty confesses to Nicole that he likes her, but still loves his dead wife. The two remain close friends. In the cliffhanger, at the end, he notices Nicole's child, Pele opening the gift that had River and Tim's bomb in it, and he stops him and throws the bomb away.

A few patients for flu arrive in the hospital in 2020, and Marty is angered when they both die, because that was how his wife died long ago. He then tries to talk to the wife of one patient after the death of the patient. Unfortunately, the wife attempts suicide and Marty gets a lucky escape when she lives. Dawn becomes concerned with his love life, and organises a blind date but it fails when Nicole saves him, by kissing him.

In March, Lisa's sister, Bridget, returned into Marty's life, and also landed a job as a nurse at Shortland Street. However, it was later found that she originally had a crush on Marty before introducing him to Lisa. A quiz night happens in April, and Bridget becomes jealous seeing signs that he likes Nicole, when he kisses Nicole, he is shouted at by Bridget and then she calls Nicole a slut, much to Maeve's anger, and he realises that Maeve and Nicole are a thing.

Tess Hutchinson

Tess Hutchison-Raynor
Shortland Street character
Portrayed byBecky McEwen
Duration2019–
First appearance6 December 2019 (2019-12-06)
Introduced byMaxine Fleming
Classification Present; regular

Tess Hutchison, played by Becky McEwen, made her first appearance on 6 December 2019. She arrives in Ferndale at the Warner Manion as the girlfriend of Phoenix Warner. She helps to get Zara Mandal to hospital after she collapses and it is revealed that Tess is pregnant with Phoenix's baby. On 19 December 2019, the couple welcome their baby daughter, Amelie.

In 2020, she starts nursing at the hospital, and discovers that Phoenix took 1 million dollars from the hospital. Phoenix is worried, and Tess convinces him to stay in Ferndale and confess to Chris, but Phoenix makes a runner to Santiago, leaving Tess and the baby behind.

In March 2020, she starts to develop feelings for Prince Kimiora and also becomes extremely cagey about her side of the family. She and Prince share a kiss and later decide to start a relationship (in reality, the actors of Prince and Tess were dating themselves). Phoenix later returns but dies that October.

Related Research Articles

TK Samuels

Te Koha "TK" Samuels is a fictional character in New Zealand's longest running soap opera Shortland Street, played by actor Benjamin Mitchell since early 2006.

Nicole Miller (<i>Shortland Street</i>) fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street

Nicole Miller is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who has been portrayed by Sally Martin since September 2009.

<i>Shortland Street</i> cliffhangers

The annual Shortland Street Cliffhanger is a storyline at the end of each year's season that leaves behind a question to be solved the following year. This technique is used to lure viewers back after the long break. Cliffhangers are usually carefully written so that storylines from throughout the year come to a head and interconnect. The following is a list by year of Shortland Street's cliffhangers.

Leanne Black-Johnson

Leanne Black-Johnson is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who was portrayed by Jennifer Ludlam. Leanne debuted as the mother of established character Nicole Miller in a guest role in 2010, before reprising the role in more central positions in both 2011 and 2014.

Josh Gallagher

Dr. Josh Gallagher is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who was portrayed by Chris Tempest between May 2012 and January 2014. The character was mostly known for his change from friendly to villainous when he developed Hero Syndrome.

Boyd Rolleston

Boyd Rolleston is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street portrayed by Sam Bunkall. He made his first screen appearance on the episode broadcast on 13 September 2012. Boyd arrives as the hospitals newest surgeon and is portrayed as a no-nonsense doctor, down-to-earth, and unpretentious despite coming from a wealthy and privileged upbringing, making friends regardless of his social-status.

Kylie Brown

Kylie Samuels is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street portrayed by Kerry-Lee Dewing. She made her first screen appearance on the episode broadcast on 24 September 2012. The character was introduced alongside Emma Franklin as friends to existing character Lana Jacobs. The character's storylines have focused on euthanasia, having a mastectomy, being infertile due to miscarriages from ectopic pregnancy and her relationship with TK Samuels which have all being popular among viewers.

Harper Whitley

Harper McCaskill is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street portrayed by Ria Vandervis. She made her first screen appearance on the 1 May 2013. She was introduced as close friend to established character, Sarah Potts, who had returned after working in New York. Her storylines have focused on her relationships including her lesbian fling with Nicole Miller and the most notable being her love triangle with characters Boyd Rolleston and Drew McCaskill. Her most recent storylines have seen her suffer from Addison's Disease, and try to battle for Billie's custody after separating from Drew McCaskill, but was later put on hold as she was discovered to have an aggressive brain tumour that need to be removed.

Curtis Hannah

Curtis Hannah is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. Portrayed by Jayden Daniels since 2015, Curtis has appeared on the show in 2 stints in both regular and recurring appearances.

Frank Warner (<i>Shortland Street</i>)

Frank Warner is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. Born on-screen, Frank was originally played by an uncredited baby actor in 1993 before Luke Patrick took over the role in 2016.

References

  1. "Racism storyline on Shortland Street close to home for actor". Stuff. Retrieved 2019-12-23.