Loren Horsley

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Loren Horsley
Born 1977
New Zealand
Occupation Actress, writer

Loren Horsley is a New Zealand-born actress and writer.[1] Horsley is perhaps best known for her role as Lily in the 2007 film Eagle vs Shark[2] directed by her then real-life partner, Taika Waititi.

Horsley is involved with supporting the One Percent Collective run by Pat Shepherd Loren doing voiceovers, casting, and acting in its promotional videos. The One Percent Collective supports small New Zealand charities. Two of these charities, Kaibosh and Amped4life, are described as being close to Horsley's heart. Kaibosh is a Wellington-based charity that collects surplus food from retailers and redistributes it amongst local charities, who then give the food to people in need. Amped4Life works directly with schools, industry and the community to tackle the underlying causes of drug and alcohol abuse.[3]

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2003 New Zealand Film and TV Awards - nominated for Best Screenplay with Grant Lahood, Jason Whyte, Gantiane Lupi, and Genevieve McClean for Kombi Nation
  • 2007 Newport International Film Festival (United States) - jury award for Best Actress - Eagle vs Shark[4]

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