Aroha Awarau Net Worth is
Aroha Awarau Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Aroha Edward Awarau (born Hawera, New Zealand) is an award winning journalist who won the 2008 New Zealand Magazine Journalist of the Year (Mass Market) at the annual Magazine Publisher’s Association Award. He was a finalist again for the same award in 2011, 2012 and 2014. In 2013 he was awarded the NZ Celebrity and Entertainment magazine journalist of the year at the Magazine Publisher's Award.He is a former news editor for the Woman's Day magazine, and is currently a senior writer at New Zealand Woman's Weekly.Awarau is also a successful playwright, with his first play Luncheon, starring accomplished NZ actress [Jennifer Ward-Lealand] and directed by [Katie Wolfe], won Best Play at the 2014 New Zealand Script Writing Awards. His short film Home, premiered at the ImagineNATIVE festival in Toronto.Awarau has a degree in Film and Television from the University of Waikato and a Journalism degree from the Auckland University of Technology. After leaving Waikato university in 1998, Awarau worked in the New Zealand film industry for two years, working on films such as What Becomes of the Broken Hearted? and The Price of Milk.Awarau also had a short stint as a stand up comedian, becoming a finalist in the Raw Quest, a national competition to find the best new comedian and appeared as a contestant in the reality show, So You Think You’re Funny? , a competition to find New Zealand’s funniest new comedian.While still at high school Awarau was the first and so far the only writer to become a three time winner of the Ronald Hugh Morrieson Literary Award. The annual award was created by the South Taranaki District Council to commemorate Hawera’s most famous author, Ronald Hugh Morrieson.
|Profession||Writer, Costume Department, Producer|
|What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?||1999||wardrobe assistant|
|The Price of Milk||2000||production runner|
|Good Morning||2014||TV Series||Himself|