The OUTHouse

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The OUTHouse
Starring Greg Mayor
Amanda Betts
Andy Curtis
Country of origin New Zealand
Release
Original network TVNZ

The OUTHouse is a New Zealand magazine style talkshow series that deals with gay and lesbian issues in a comedic way.[1]

Hosted by Greg Mayor, Amanda Betts and Andy Curtis, The Outhouse is a funny and slightly hazardous show dealing with the issues facing gay New Zealanders today. The Outhouse hosts promise to talk about gay matters the way the Sports Café larrikins discuss sport.

Greg Mayor has extensive experience in New Zealand television production. Greg was most recently seen on screen as a social commentator on TV One's Tonight. While Greg has had plenty of on-screen experience, it took some coaxing from the producers of The Outhouse to get him back on screen in a permanent role.

Co-host Amanda Betts has a varied curriculum vitae, including modelling work, appearing in television commercials and career and motivational speaking. For a period, Amanda was the 'face of the 80's'.

Completing The Outhouse panel is Andy Curtis. Andy immigrated to New Zealand in 1977. He has worked as a waiter and recently completed his degree in 3D furniture design and has had his work exhibited.

22-year-old commentator Ollie Hall has extensive experience in journalism, having edited Express, New Zealand's national gay newspaper.

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  1. ^ "Scoop: Daring journalist into the kiwi living room". www.scoop.co.nz. Retrieved 2008-05-13.