Actor and agent Colin Moy has been named by Screen International on its Future Leaders feature, which publishes to coincide with the Cannes Film Festival each year. Moy is the only Kiwi to make the list.
Moy is currently on screens in Paolo Rotondo’s Orphans & Kingdoms, although it’s more his work as an agent that’s caught the attention ofScreen. During his time with Red 11, Moy looked after KJ Apa. Apa recently appeared alongside Bradley Cooper and Dennis Quaid in the upcoming feature A Dog’s Purpose by Lasse Hallström (Chocolat, The Shipping News, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen). Apa’s most recent show here was Greenstone’s The Cul de Sac (coincidentally renewed for a second season this week).
On Cul de Sac Apa worked with Beulah Koale, who Moy also repped at Red 11. Koale and Moy appeared in Rene Naufahu’s The Last Saint. Koale has also gone on to work in the US, with a role in Thank You for Your Service from American Sniper writer Jason Hall. Keisha Castle-Hughes will also appear in the film.
As well as his work as an agent, Moy has roles in a couple of upcoming features, Toa Fraser’s 6 Days and Norman Stone’s The Wonder..
The full Future Leaders publication from Screen International is available to read here.