Jaquie Brown



Auckland, New Zealand


165 cm

Age Range



British, European

Career Highlights

Jaquie is an accomplished comedian, actress, writer and TV host who has been entertaining Kiwis for more than 20 years. She has worked as a presenter on C4 and Campbell Live, and is a regular guest on TV3’s current affairs show The Project. Jaquie showcased her fantastic acting skills when she parodied herself in the acclaimed television The Jaquie Brown Diaries, which she also co-created.


2010Qantas Film & Television Award - Winner - Best Comedy Programme or Comedy Series - The Jaquie Brown Diaries
2009Qantas Film & Television Award - Winner - Best Comedy Programme or Comedy Series - The Jaquie Brown Diaries
2009WIFT Awards 2009 - Winner - Images & Sound - Success in Television
2008Winner of North & South magazine's New Zealander of the Year - Arts and Entertainment Award
2006Best Daily News Series - Winner - Campbell Live
1999New Zealand Radio Awards - Best Daily or Weekly Series - Winner - Rampage Radio
1999New Zealand Radio Awards - Media Peace Award - Winner - Rampage Radio
1998New Zealand Radio Awards - Nominated Best New Broadcaster - Jaquie Brown

Film Film.

2017The Breaker UpperersCelebrantCatch Casting - AKL
Dir. Jackie van Beek, Madeleine Sami


2021SISSerina Thompson & Network Executive (Guest)SIS The Show Limited
Dir. Hanelle Harris
2015Word Up! HostSouth Pacific Pictures
2013Jono and Ben at 10Herself (Guest)Mediaworks
Dir. Various
2011Keep Calm and Carry OnHerself (Presenter)Television New Zealand Limited
2009New Zealand's Next Top ModelTelevision Tutor (Guest Appearance)MediaWorks
2009The Jaquie Brown Dairies Series 2Jaquie Brown Young, Gifted & Brown
2008The Jaquie Brown Diaries Series 1Jaquie Brown Young, Gifted & Brown


2017The Project4th HostMediaWorks NZ
2016Brown and Gray
2013Media AwardsMC
2013Xerocon ConferenceMC
2009'Lets Hear It For The Girls' Women's Expo - TaranakiMCAuaha Events
2006King King Wellington Premiere Red Carpet MC
2006New Zealand Music AwardsLive MC/Televised EventTV Works
2006The Week That WasReporterRadio Live - Friday Drive Show
2005New Zealand Music AwardsLive MC/Televised EventTVWorks
2005Pop! Goes The WeaselHostC4
2004A Queens TourReporterTV3
2004Campbell LiveReporterTV Works
2004L'Oreal Colour Trophy AwardsLive MC - Televised EventSky TV
2004New Zealand Music AwardsLive MC - Televised eventTV3/C4
2003Breakfast News AnnouncerChannel Z
2003C4 - National Music Channel HostTV Works
2003Pop! Goes The WeaselHost Channel Z
2002An Awfully Big Adventure - Big Day Out SpecialHostTVNZ
2002Edge UnpluggedHostThe Edge
2001New Zealand Music AwardsLive MC/Televised EventTVNZ
2000Space PresenterTVNZ
1999Breakfast ShowHost9inety6ixdot1
1998The Wire & Talkback HostbFM
1996Night LineGuest PresenterTV Works
1995The Party Request ShowHostbFM


2016Herself - ImprovisationDir. Oliver Driver
2015Jesus Part 2Jesus (Revolving Cast)Basement Christmas
Dir. Oliver Driver


2017Spark/Lightbox Voice Ambassador Fee (Voiceover)
2016Newstalk ZB
2015Max Fashion/Internal PitchY&R
2015NZ of the Year - 30" radio - NZNZ Awards
2015Word Up ADRSouth Pacific Pictures Limited
2014Fox Glacier- NZ only - 12 Months Motion Pacific Ltd
2014YWCA / Internal onlyDDB/Silk
2013TVNZ-TV One-Weekly Menu LineupsVoice ArtistTVNZ
2011Axis Awards Video - TV & non broadcast
2011Cadbury - TV
2010AECT - Radio
2010ANZ - Event for Christchurch
2010Hotels.com - TV
2010Vodka Cruiser - Radio

Web Series.

2017Stake OutRandy-Jay Dir. Tom Sainsbury and Chris Parker


Britta McVeigh, Workshop for Actors, Writers, Directors, and Editors - 2017
Meisner Acting Technique - 2015, Michael Saccente