Keisha Castle-Hughes turns DJ
Keisha Castle-Hughes has tried her hands at many things, now they are on the decks spinning records.
The Whale Rider star will make her DJing debut (or discoing as her daughter Felicity Hall calls it) at Totes Inappropes next Friday, a project by Phoebe Loloma Trezevant-Miller, 24, who has recently returned from running club nights in Japan.
Trezevant-Miller said she hosted big names in the VIP section including Oasis, The Black Keys, Paris Hilton and Leonardo DiCaprio and wants to bring a bit of glamour and fun to Auckland.
While styling for a Trelise Cooper show, which Felicity modelled in, Trezevant-Miller and Castle-Hughes hit it off.
Twenty-two-year-old Castle-Hughes made a move from the big screen to the stage last year with her role in The End of the Golden Weather.
Castle-Hughes, who made her Academy Award debut at 11, says she is ready for new things. She is also studying makeup artistry at The Make Up school in Ponsonby, Auckland.
Castle-Hughes will DJ alongside FLASH, MASE, Honey Badger (Arash) and Sob Baget (Mitchell) on Friday, at James Bar, Parnell.