Josh Thomson


as Alan

Ex stand-up comedian Josh Thomson first won attention after varied contributions to a range of 48 Hour shorts. Josh continues to work as an actor, MC and comedian when he is not doing his new job, appearing as an idiot on the daily news show "The Project".  He's toured with NZ's best comedians from "7 Days" doing stand up and the 7 Days:Live show the length of the country. 

He's graced the small screen in some iconic commercials and several TV series such as "Terry Teo", "Hounds", "Coverband", the voice of the tubby ginger kid in "Barefoot Bandits" and in his first feature film lead role as Gary in Gary of the Pacific.

Robyn Malcom

as Mum

Robyn Malcolm is a New Zealand actress known for her work in New Zealand, Australia, US and the UK. She works across all disciplines in Film, Television and Theatre. She became widely known and loved as the tough matriarch Cheryl West In New Zealand's highly acclaimed Television Drama "Outrageous Fortune". A role for which she won 11 best Actress awards over the 6 seasons

Rohan Glynn

As Gary.

Rohan Glynn is an actor, known for Outrageous Fortune (2005), Legend of the Seeker (2008) and Underbelly: Land of the Long Green Cloud (2011).

John Callen


As Bob.

John Callen is an English-born New Zealand character actor and director. He is best known for portraying Óin, brother of Glóin in the 2012-2014 The Hobbit film trilogy.

Stephen Ure

As Frank

Stephen Ure was born on March 28, 1958 in St Leonards, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia as Stephen David Ure. He is an actor and director, known for The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012).

Sai Law

Old Ma Dong

Da Hua Xiong

Mr Dong

Casting By Barefoot