The Jaquie Brown Diaries is a comedy in which Jaquie Brown plays an insecure, status obsessed, light relief reporter on a hard hitting current affairs show. The series takes a satirical look at the life of a C-grade celebrity and brings the society supplements of the newspapers to frightening fruition as Jaquie converses, romances and bitch-slaps many of New Zealand's most well known celebrities.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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The Jaquie Brown Diaries is a satirical New Zealand sitcom in which real-life television personality Jaquie Brown plays a fictionalised, over-ambitious, status-obsessed version of herself. The series was created by Gerard Johnstone, Jaquie Brown and Hayley Cunningham and premiered 25 July 2008 on TV3. The US cable television channel Logo began broadcasting the series' episodes to date 12 June 2010.
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Terence Ben'et (Rhys Darby) An incredibly handsome and charming NZ actor who has achieved acclaim in Hollywood and also happens to be Tom's older brother. Randall (Jeff Szusterman) The network executive at TV3, turned in-house producer at TVNZ. Loosely based on Jaquie's real life ex-boss Andrew Szusterman and played by his brother Jeff. Randall is rude, arrogant and difficult to have a conversation with. Brendo & Brooksy (Brendhan Lovegrove and Geoff Houtman) Based on a concoction of irritating morning radio DJs, Brendo & Brooksy form the breakfast team 'The Morning monkeys' on Radio Hautaki.
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