Rena Owen

Rena Owen
Name : Rena Owen
Birth Date :22 July 1962
Birth Place :Bay Of Islands, New Zealand
Nationality :NA
Height:1.66 m
Occupation:Actress

Rena Owen is a New Zealand actress in theatre, television and film. Owen is best known for her leading role as Beth Heke in Lee Tamahori's Once Were Warriors and as Taun We in George Lucas's Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.

Rena Owen Movies and TV Shows

  • A Beautiful Life [9 October 2008 (Thailand)]

    Three women face a psychopathic stalker's retribution who holds a grudge against them since their adolescence. Helpless, they are forced to fight for their lives or lie down and face the inevitable.

  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence [26 June 2001 (New York)]

    David, a highly advanced robotic boy, longs to become a human child so that he can regain the love of his foster mother who abandoned him. He soon embarks on a journey to make his dreams come true.

  • All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story [7 August 2009 (Brazil)]

    Depressed by the emptiness of her life, 20-something Veronika (Sarah Michelle Gellar) attempts to commit suicide through an overdose, but survives. Waking up in a mental hospital under the supervision of Dr. Blake (David Thewlis), Veronika learns that her attempt has fatally damaged her heart, leaving her with weeks to live. Initially determined to kill herself rather than wait for death, Veronika's will to live is rekindled by Edward (Jonathan Tucker), a handsome fellow patient.… MORE

  • Alyce Kills [2 March 2008]

    A Sikh surgeon (Omid Abtahi), who wears a turban to honor his father, encounters racial bias.

  • Americká dívka [Eric Tretbar]

  • Amusement [1 October 2011]

    A man (Edward Furlong) betrays his adoptive family, known for its underworld dealings.

  • Australians Hit Hollywood [Jesse Warn]

  • Botrányos kapcsolat [Симус Тирни]

  • Dance Me to My Song [2004]

    A Fijian teenager (Sapeta Taito) seeks revenge after a neighbor accuses her father of stealing.

  • Escape and Evasion [12 June 2014]

    In the near future, society collapses and water becomes scarce. When a greedy water baron starts violently clearing out survivors, Kendal (Haley Lu Richardson), a 17-year-old teenager, fights the baron's henchman to keep a well open.

  • Finding Red Cloud [Lloyd Kramer]

  • Freezerburn [Scott Stewart]

  • Her Iliad [Melissa Balin]

    The reunited cast of an old TV show become suspects in a quadruple homicide.

  • Hinekaro Goes on a Picnic and Blows Up Another Obelisk [2002]

  • I'll Make You Happy [2 October 2009]

    On the rough streets of Los Angeles, an unlikely romance is born when Maggie, a down-on-her-luck runaway, meets a kindhearted illegal immigrant, David, trying to make a new home away from El Salvador as a nightclub busboy.

  • La historia de Mary Kay Letorneau [Lloyd Kramer]

  • Lost Girls [9 September 1994]

    On Easter Island, the Long Ear tribe and its king (Eru Potaka-Dewes) rule over the Short Ear tribe, forcing them to build an endless series of giant heads to attract the canoe that will take the king to heaven. Noro (Jason Scott Lee), a Long Ear, falls in love with the beautiful Short-Ear Ramana (Sandrine Holt) and appeals to the king for her hand. The king agrees, provided Ramana spends six months in a cave and Noro wins the annual race that all young men on the island must enter.… MORE

  • Mais Que uma Lição [John Henderson]

  • Mee-Shee: The Water Giant [28 June 2005]

    Mac's father cancels a trip to Disneyland due to a company emergency and takes him along to a remote Canadian lake to solve some problems. Mac meets a mythical creature of the lake and forges a bond.

  • Mi ši: Vodeni div [2009]

  • Nemesis Game [2003]

    Traumatized by her mother's death in a car crash, college student Sara (Carly Pope) participates in a riddle game, scouring Toronto for spray-painted questions and discussing the puzzles with comic book store owner Vern (Adrian Paul). When Sara and Vern receive separate invitations to participate in a higher-stakes version of the game, they are thrilled. But after Sara's friend Jeremy (Jay Baruchel) is killed, she suspects a dangerous connection between his death and her puzzle-solving.… MORE

  • Ocean of Pearls [1999]

    A teenage prostitute (Jodie Rimmer) convinces her friends to help her hijack her pimp's moneymaking scheme.

  • Once Were Warriors [2 September 1994 (New Zealand)]

    Story of an urban Maori family, the Hekes, and their problems with poverty, alcoholism, and domestic violence, mostly brought on by the family patriarch Jake Heke.

  • Once Were Warriors: Where Are They Now? [26 June 2001 (New York)]

    David, a highly advanced robotic boy, longs to become a human child so that he can regain the love of his foster mother who abandoned him. He soon embarks on a journey to make his dreams come true.

  • Out of the Shadows [Julian Arahanga]

  • Piece of My Heart [5 April 2009]

    Piece of My Heart is a 2009 New Zealand television film starring Keisha Castle-Hughes, Annie Whittle, Emily Barclay, and Rena Owen. It is based on true events about unwed teen mothers in 1960's New Zealand, and what really happened in their harrowing journeys from pregnancy to the birth and adoption of their babies.

  • Players [6 January 2012 (India)]

    Two professional robbers, an illusionist, an expert make-up artist, a gadget expert and a hacker come together to steal Romanian gold ingots while it is in transit.

  • Prison Break: The Final Break [2016]

    A former victim, forced to lure young girls into sex trafficking, is given an unexpected gift. Will she find the courage to confront her inner demons and dangerous employers in order to break free from the cycle.

  • Rain of the Children [22 October 1998 (Australia)]

    A wheelchair-bound woman (Heather Rose) with cerebral palsy faces torment from an abusive caretaker (Joey Kennedy).

  • Rapa-Nui [Jesse Warn]

  • Savage Play [10 July 2020 (Vietnam)]

    After moving into a run-down farmhouse with his two daughters, a sceptical author seeks to uncover a sinister past that haunts the house and terrorises his family.

  • sIDney [Alex Munoz]

    In a quest to eliminate his father's girlfriends, a young boy and his grandmother become unlikely serial killers.

  • Soul Assassin [24 July 2002]

    A security agent (Skeet Ulrich) for an investment bank discovers corporate espionage is linked to his girlfriend's death.

  • Spout [Michael O'Connor]

    Three people forced to live together and confront their dysfunctions are changed forever.

  • Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (Episode III) [20 May 2005 (India)]

    Anakin joins forces with Obi-Wan and sets Palpatine free from the evil clutches of Count Doku. However, he falls prey to Palpatine and the Jedis' mind games and gives into temptation.

  • Szirén [Lloyd Kramer]

  • Táncoltass a dalomra [Lloyd Kramer]

  • The Crow: Wicked Prayer [3 June 2005]

    Luc Crash, a ruthless leader of a satanic biker gang, brutally kills Jimmy and his fiancee. But a mysterious crow gives new life to Jimmy who sets out to seek his revenge.

  • The Dead Lands [2014 (Australia)]

    Ivan, a con artist from Earth, enters another world called Belogorye where he gets involved in a strange and dangerous quest to save the inhabitants from the wicked sorceress, Varvara.

  • The Land Has Eyes [April 2019]

    After his men are killed in Burma, a lone soldier returns home in search of solace. Hiding a dark secret and confronted by an unrelenting journalist, he's forced to face the ghosts of his past.

  • The Last Survivors [2011]

    After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, her mind tearing itself apart along with anyone else who gets in her way.

  • The Last Witch Hunter [13 October 2015 (NY)]

    Kaulder, an immortal witch hunter, has to face the Witch Queen once again after hunting down her minions for centuries by himself.

  • Veronika Decides to Die [1995]

    Savage Play is a 1995 New Zealand drama film directed by Alan Lindsay and starring Peter Bland, Paris Jefferson and featuring James Fleming. The screenplay concerns a young New Zealander searching for his father.

  • What Becomes of the Broken Hearted? [27 May 1999]

    This sequel to the New Zealand-set drama "Once Were Warriors" revisits alcoholic Maori man Jake Heke (Temuera Morrison) and his wife, Beth (Rena Owen), who have separated, largely due to his excessive drinking. When their older son, Nig (Julian Arahanga), is killed in a gang fight, his brother, Sonny (Clint Eruera), becomes determined to avenge his death. Attempting to change his life for the better, Jake tries to help Sonny avoid Nig's tragic fate.… MORE

  • When Love Comes Along [16 September 1998]

    A has-been Australian singer (Rena Owen) seeks consolation from a gay friend (Simon Prast), who has a crisis of his own.

  • Without a Body [1994 (New Zealand)]

  • Witness Insecurity [2003 (USA)]

    Four teenage friends drink, gamble and fix high-school sports games.

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QA About Rena Owen

What is birthdate of Rena Owen?

- 22 July 1962.

What is BirthPlace of Rena Owen?

- Bay Of Islands, New Zealand.

What is Nationality of Rena Owen?

- NA.

What is Height of Rena Owen?

- 1.66 m.

What is Age of Rena Owen?

- 58.

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