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Caren Pistorius Recent Posts VideoCaren Pistorius: UNHINGED 12/12/ · Caren Pistorius is a New Zealand actress who was born in South Africa. She is distinguished for her important role portrayal as Eloise Ward on the TV show Offspring () and Rose Ross in the western drama film Slow West (). She is also noted for her nomination for a Graham Kennedy Award and a TV Week Logie Award for her outstanding acting work in Caren Pistorius can only describe her experience on “Unhinged” as wonderful but “surreal.” The actor was working at a fabric store in Sydney when she got the call to audition for the road. Caren Pistorius is a South African-born New Zealand actress who is well known for playing the role of Rose in the British/New Zealand action-western movie, Slow West. Moreover, she appeared in the role of Eloise Ward in the Australian television comedy-drama series, Offspring from to She has an impressive amount of net worth and earns a lucrative salary .
Show all 13 episodes. Beth Ridgeway. Rose Harper. Show all 8 episodes. Show all 6 episodes. Related Videos. Edit Did You Know? Trivia: Nominated for a TV Week Logie Award in the Most Popular New Talent category for her role as Janine Myles in Redfern Now I was in Sydney at the time and filmed the audition in my bedroom and sent it off.
But I sent it in and then I went off to my day job — I had a part time job in a fabric store. It was an incredibly fast turnaround.
So you read with Russell before you got the part? I flew in right after I heard they wanted me to go. It was a hour journey, I had no sleep and I had new sides coming through.
I landed in New Orleans, I think I had an hour nap. I knew I could only run so far. So I went up and Derrick and Russell were in the room and it was all very nice.
Russell and I chatted about New Zealand and did some scenes. How did you find out you got the part? I went out that night, the driver showed me around.
Just ask the town. Sign In. Edit Caren Pistorius. Showing all 3 items. Was really hard watching, knowing I deserved to be part of it [ sic ]. I ran my second fastest time ever in the heats and was really pleased to have reached the semi-finals.
In the relay, I was unbelievably chuffed to have broken the South African record, and hopefully my name will stay on that for a long time to come.
At the Summer Olympic Games on 4 August , Pistorius became the debut amputee runner to compete at an Olympic Games. South Africa was passed into the final on appeal to the IAAF, due to interference by Vincent Kiilu , the Kenyan athlete who downed Mogawane.
Pistorius also carried the flag at the opening ceremony of the Summer Paralympics on 29 August. In the metre competition, Pistorius established a new T43 world record of Pistorius took silver, and subsequently complained about the length of Oliveira's blades.
He later apologised for the timing of his remarks, but not the content of his complaint. The IPC also confirmed that Pistorius had raised the issue of blade length with it six weeks prior to the race.
SASCOC issued a statement welcoming Pistorius' apology for his outburst, declared their full support for him and promised to assist him in discussions with the IPC about the issue of lengthened prostheses after the conclusion of the Games.
The IPC expressed willingness to engage with Pistorius about the issue. In , Pistorius was conferred the Order of Ikhamanga in Bronze OIB by then President of South Africa , Thabo Mbeki , for outstanding achievement in sports.
Erik Weihenmayer , the first blind person to climb Mount Everest , wrote in an essay that Pistorius was "on the cusp of a paradigm shift in which disability becomes ability, disadvantage becomes advantage.
Yet we mustn't lose sight of what makes an athlete great. It's too easy to credit Pistorius' success to technology.
Through birth or circumstance, some are given certain gifts, but it's what one does with those gifts, the hours devoted to training, the desire to be the best, that is at the true heart of a champion.
In February , Pistorius was awarded the Laureus World Sports Award for Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability for On 9 September , Pistorius was shortlisted by the IPC for the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award as a competitor "who is fair, honest and is uncompromising in his or her values and prioritises the promotion of the Paralympic Movement above personal recognition".
According to director Craig Spence, he was nominated by an unnamed external organisation from South Korea. After the Summer Paralympics, the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow announced they would confer on Pistorius, among others, an honorary doctorate.
Following the murder charge, sponsors were initially hesitant to abandon him, but after a week sponsors began to withdraw their support.
In , Pistorius collaborated in the release of a music CD called Olympic Dream. Produced in Italy, it consists of disco remixes of music pieces that Pistorius finds inspirational, and two tracks written for him, "Olympic Dream" and "Run Boy Run", for which he provided voiceovers.
Part of the CD's proceeds of sale went to charity. Pistorius' autobiography, Dream Runner , was published in Italian in with Gianni Merlo , a journalist with La Gazzetta dello Sport.
In February , Pistorius was seriously injured when he was thrown from a boat in an accident on the Vaal River near Johannesburg. He was airlifted to Milpark Hospital , where he underwent surgery to repair broken facial bones, including his nose and jaw.
However, the accident affected his training and running schedule for that year. Pistorius was scheduled as an amateur golfer in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship held at St Andrews , Carnoustie and Kingsbarns in Scotland.
Pistorius has a 21 handicap in South Africa, but played off an 18 handicap for the Championship. Pistorius is related to the South African psychological profiler, Micki Pistorius , who is his aunt.
In the early morning of Thursday, 14 February , Pistorius shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp , at his home in Pretoria.
Pistorius' trial for murder began on 3 March , in the Pretoria High Court. Judge Thokozile Masipa agreed to a request for the evaluation by prosecutor Gerrie Nel after forensic psychiatrist Merryll Vorster testified for the defence that she had diagnosed Pistorius with generalised anxiety disorder.
The state prosecutor was quoted as saying, "Mr. Pistorius did not suffer from a mental illness or defect that would have rendered him not criminally responsible for the offence charged".
On 12 September, Pistorius was found guilty of culpable homicide and one firearm-related charge of reckless endangerment related to discharging a firearm in a restaurant.
He was found not guilty of two other firearm-related charges relating to possession of illegal ammunition and firing a firearm through the sunroof of a car.
In June , Pistorius was recommended for early release, as early as August. South African Commissioner of Correctional Services Zach Modise told the BBC of the decision by the case management committee at the Kgosi Mampuru II prison in Pretoria, where Pistorius was being held: "Under South African law he is eligible for release under 'correctional supervision' having served a sixth of his sentence.
After Pistorius served approximately one-sixth of his prison term, his release date to house arrest was announced for 21 August This release was based on good behaviour and the fact that he was not considered a danger to the community.
Pistorius was expected to remain under house arrest and correctional supervision, and was expected to perform community service as part of his continuing sentence.
Regardless of his release from prison, Pistorius could not return to official athletic competition until the whole five years of his sentence was complete.
According to Masutha, the parole board's decision for early release was "premature. On 4 November , prosecutors applied to the sentencing judge for permission to appeal the culpable homicide verdict, stating that the five-year prison term was "shockingly light, inappropriate and would not have been imposed by any reasonable court".
The case was then set for appeal in front of a five-person panel at the Supreme Court of Appeal. South Africa. The Mary Sue.
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