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20 March 1968 |
Bastion Point, Auckland, New Zealand
He is probably best known for his roles in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy. In The Fellowship of the Ring he played the Uruk-hai leader Lurtz, and in The Return of the King he played the Witch-king of Angmar as well as Gothmog, the Orc commander at the Battle of the Pelennor Fields.
He is also popular among Xena: Warrior Princess fans, having played two memorable characters in the third season: a Barbarian leader in episode "The Quill Is Mightier..."; and Maecanus (a minion of Aphrodite) in episode "Fins, Femmes and Gems". In 2002 he portrayed Mr. Kil in the James Bond film Die Another Day. He stands at 6 feet 4 inches.
Makoare has five children called Sharai, Hore, Harley, Billie and Jesse.
- Rapa Nui (1994) – Atta
- What Becomes of the Broken Hearted? (1999) – Grunt
- Greenstone (1999) TV Series – Rameka
- The Price of Milk (2000) – Nephew
- The Feathers of Peace (2000) – Pemako
- Crooked Earth (2001) – Kahu Bastion
- The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) – Lurtz
- Die Another Day (2002) – Mr. Kil
- The Maori Merchant of Venice (2002) – Pirihina o Morako (Prince of Morocco)
- The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) – Witch-King / Gothmog
- The Ferryman (2007) – Snake
- L'oncle Charles – Ratu
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