Castle-Hughes is based in Los Angeles, where she has been busy with her acting and producing career.
Kiwi actor Keisha Castle-Hughes appears to have married for a second time.
The secretive star has posted apparent wedding photos on her Instagram page today.
The photos show Castle-Hughes wearing a beautiful full-length floral dress with long, billowy sleeves, and carrying a colourful posy with ranuncula flowers. Although the pix have just been posted, she mentions January 10, 2021 as “the day”.
Castle-Hughes is based in Los Angeles, where she has been busy with her acting (including roles in FBI, FBI: Most Wanted, Game of Thrones and Star Wars) and also her producing career – her first feature film is Wellwood, a sci-fi alien saga set in New Orleans, in which she also stars.
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Keisha Castle-Hughes stars in the 2018 movie Find Your Voice, a tale about a Māori boy trying to trace his heritage.
“I love acting and it will always be my passion, but it’s nice to sit on the other side of the fence and give those acting opportunities to others,” she told Stuff in November 2018.
Gaining stardom as a child for her role as Paikea in the New Zealand movie Whale Rider, and an Oscar nomination, Castle-Hughes’s first marriage, in 2013, was to DJ Jonathan Morrison. The pair divorced in 2016.
Castle-Hughes’s daughter Felicity, born in 2007, has been living with her father Bradley Hull, and attending school in New Zealand. The star has made regular trips home to spend time with her daughter.
“I’m a huge believer that the best thing you can do for your children is give them happy parents. I’m proud of the woman that she is becoming, the star told Stuff .
Castle-Hughes also said the Kiwis living in LA had become her second whanau.
“Rena Owen has been a huge influence and a mentor. I see Taika a lot, I see Cliff Curtis a lot. We have these moments when we’ll be sitting there and thinking how cool is it for all of us to be over here.”
An earlier version of this story said while Castle-Hughes doesn’t name her spouse, it was believed to be Jimmy Uddo. It was in fact Donny Grahamer.