Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
Peta-Marie looks forward to meeting all of her fans in Sydney in June 2023.
Peta-Marie will give a Q&A panel, pose for photo-ops and sign autographs throughout the weekend
Further information on Peta-Marie’s panel and photo sessions will be released closer to the convention.
All guests pending international/domestic travel and quarantine restrictions. Stay tuned to our Social Media channels for updates.
Peta-Marie is an actor most notably known for her role as Alpha 5 in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie. The feature film was produced by some of Hollywood’s leading producers like Jon Landau (Titanic and Avatar) and Suzanne Todd (the Austin Powers franchise and Alice in Wonderland).
She also appeared in Hong Kong film How Deep Is Your Love working alongside Ken Wu (Tai Chi Zero Producer).
She appeared in Home and Away in 1997 and was a television presenter for Infobreak, which aired on Good Morning Australia. This gave her skills to teach Television Presenting at TV Pro casting, which was a leading TV presenting school located in Sydney.
She has appeared in over 30 TV commercials and has worked in various careers in the arts sector from art direction – she designed the set for Kasey Chambers Music Video Luca and has worked on photo shoots and competitions as both an art director and fashion stylist which have been published in magazines worldwide including over 10 covers and had four finalist nominations in five categories for the AIPP awards in Paris 2011.
Peta-Marie has been involved as an Australian producer for charitable organizations including AHS (UK), H4O (AU) – which raised money for children with cancer. With shows produced in London – Royal Albert Hall, Kremlin State Theatre, Seoul Korea as Australian Producer and in Sydney Australia – helping to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars. She has also worked with fashion icons Robert Lobetta and Xpression to name a few as a producer for ssshhh the oz secret staged in Sydney 2015/16.
2017 saw Peta move into the care and disability sector which she has focused on for the past 6 years and June this year she was a speaker for the Voice to Parliament at a Human Rights Conference for Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association with the key speaker Race Commissioner for the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Selfies at Peta's table using own camera $40
This information is correct at the time of writing.
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Guest confirmed, health, travel restrictions and other commitments pending.
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Panel rooms may be subject to venue capacity and safety requirements, and may reach maximum capacity.
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and is provided on a first-come-first-served basis, behind VIP Supa-Star and Supa-Q Pass holders.
Additional COVID-19 safety measures may be implemented regarding Autograph and Photograph opportunities.
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please speak with one of our friendly team members in our Guest Signing Area, and they will be happy to assist.