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|Born||July 24 1980
Auckland, New Zealand
Mike Ginn is a New Zealand film and television actor. Best known role as Gem in Power Rangers RPM. Played Riley in Blood Punch, Jackie Chan in Flat3, a speed-freak in 13 Steps, Vincent Wong in My Wedding and Other Secrets. Ginn also had a small role in The Hopes and Dreams of Gazza Snell and portrayed Lloyd in Amazing Extraordinary Friends.
Early life and education
After realizing his passion for acting and drama in elementary school, Ginn commenced drama studies in 2005, graduating in 2007 with a Bachelor of Performing and Screen Arts from Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland.
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Following his break and after gaining exposure – both domestically in New Zealand and internationally – Ginn has featured in various works, including the romantic comedy film My Wedding and Other Secrets (2011).
Ginn has also acted on the stage, performing in a theatre production titled White Trash Omnibus.
Ginn has a fraternal twin brother named Ken. A graduate of the University of Auckland with a double degrees Bachelor of Health Sciences (B.H.Sc.) and Bachelor of Laws with Honours (LL.B. (Hons.)), Ken Ginn is a lawyer in Australia and is the founding president of the Asian Students in Auckland at the University of Auckland.
Filmography and television work
- "Mike Ginn Interview: Fun with Accents". Asians on Film. 15 August 2011.
- "San Diego Asian Film Festival: A Chat with Mike Ginn". CultureMob.
- "Mike Ginn interview". AMCPress.
- on YouTube
- "Mike Ginn" (PDF). Johnson & Laird.
- "Interview with Mike Ginn". Banana Shake.
- Robertson, Sian. "White Trash Omnibus". Theatreview.
- "RangerCrew Q & A with Mike Ginn". Ranger Crew.
- "Ken Ginn". LinkedIn.
- "Ken Ginn to Attend Young Chinese Leaders Forum". Scoop News. 18 August 2008.