Episode 8 (Apr 1)
British-born Suzanne Paul became a New Zealand icon as an infomercial hostess, famous for shilling massage pillows and natural glow.
Paul went on to establish a ‘cabaret meets kappa haka
tourism venture’ - move that resulted in bankruptcy. In spite of
this, the following year, she won the Metro Magazine title of ‘Woman With the Most
In 2007 she won Dancing
With the Stars at the age of 50, competing with a broken rib.
Paul has since published a memoir "But
Wait, There's More", and started her own clothing range
Former All Black, Josh Kronfeld hails from Hawke's Bay but has played for Otago and Leicester.
Kronfeld returned to Otago to study physiotherapy, and has appeared on screen in Celebrity Treasure Island and Dancing with the Stars.
He holds the world records for egg catching and once called Paul Henry a dickhead during an interview on Breakfast. He spends his spare time surfing and relaxing in Raglan.
Raised in Glenfield, Dave Gibson is arguably one of the North Shore's finest exports.
After developing an interest in performing at an early age, Gibson went on to form band Elememo P in 1999. Their hit Verona was inspired by the girl that he went on to marry in 2006.
Gibson’s favourite TV show is 30 Rock and his favourite movie is anything Twilight. Dave is a dedicated member of the official Justin Bieber NZ fan page on Facebook
Skilton was bitten by the acting bug
at 9 when playing an elf in aplay about
Santa, but his professional career began in 2004 with a role in the TV series
Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby.
He has since toured Australia with The Ugly Shakespeare Company, and studied at Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School.
Acting then brought Skilton to Auckland when he landed a lead role in The Almighty Johnsons, playing a 21-year-old Norse God.
The show is currently in its second series.