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Taika Waititi

Taika David Waititi also known as Taika Cohen, is a New Zealand-born film director, writer, painter, comedian and actor named as one of "ten new directors to watch" in influential United States entertainment magazine Variety. His 2010 film Boy has done very well in New Zealand, eclipsing several records, and he was nominated for an Academy Award for his 2003 short film Two Cars, One Night.

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Aug 16, 1975 In Wellington, New Zealand
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
Movie Thor: Love and Thunder 2022-04-28
Latest Project:
In the series The Oscars 1953-03-18
Known For
Poster of The Suicide Squad
Poster of Year of the Rabbit
Poster of What We Do in the Shadows
Poster of All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks
Movie Thor: Love and Thunder Korg
Movie The Electrical Life of Louis Wain Max Kase
Movie Free Guy Antoine
Movie The Suicide Squad
Movie Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss Storsh
Series The Mandalorian IG-11 (voice)
Movie Jojo Rabbit Adolf Hitler
Series Year of the Rabbit Musician
Movie Avengers: Endgame Korg (voice)
Series What We Do in the Shadows Viago Von Dorna Schmarten Scheden Heimburg
Movie Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen
Movie Shrimp Bartender
Series All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks Narrator
Movie Thor: Ragnarok Korg / Surtur / Hulk (mo-cap)
Movie Poi E: The Story of Our Song Himself
Movie Hunt for the Wilderpeople Minister
Series Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter Himself
Movie What We Do in the Shadows Viago
Movie The Captain The Captain
Movie Green Lantern Tom Kalmaku
Movie Boy Alamein
Movie Eagle vs Shark Gordon
Series Flight of the Conchords Gypsy Kings Fan (uncredited)
Movie Futile Attraction Waiter
Movie What We Do in the Shadows: Interviews with Some Vampires Viago
Movie Frodo Is Great... Who Is That?!! Himself/Frodo Baggins
Movie Tongan Ninja Graham (voice)
Movie Snakeskin Nelson
Movie A New Way Home Max
Movie Scarfies Alex
Series The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Himself
Series The Oscars Himself - Best Adapted Screenplay winner