Larry Parr (director)

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Larry Parr is a New Zealand producer, writer and director of films and TV, He has been a major part of the New Zealand film industry since the 1970s when his first film (Parr was producer) Sleeping Dogs with Roger Donaldson) was released. Since then he has worked on many movies, producing Came a Hot Friday, writing and directing Fracture (2004).

He is the Father of Once Were Warriors actor Julian Arahanga. also the father of Quentin parr and Neihana Parr.

External links[edit]

Larry Parr on IMDb