Pua Magasiva, Samoan-born New Zealand actor, Died at 38

Pua Magasiva was born on August 10, 1980, in Apia, Samoa, he died on May 11, 2019.

He was a Samoan-born New Zealand actor who was best known for his roles as Shane Clarke, the Red Ranger from Power Rangers Ninja Storm, and Nurse Vinnie Kruse in New Zealand soap Shortland Street.

Magasiva also served as a co-host for New Zealand radio station Flava.

He was brought up in Wellington, New Zealand since he was two years of age.

At long last in 2003, Magasiva made the main jobs in both Power Rangers: Ninja Storm (which incorporated a visitor appearance by Robbie in one scene) and Shortland Street.

Magasiva remained on Shortland Street until 2006.

By at that point, he played the title character in the satire film Sione’s Wedding, which featured his sibling Robbie and different individuals from the Naked Samoans.

In 2007, Magasiva showed up in the thriller 30 Days of Night. In 2009, Magasiva showed up in Diplomatic Immunity and Outrageous Fortune.

In 2011, Magasiva returned as Vinnie Kruse on Shortland Street.

Outside his work on TV and movie, Magasiva has acted in theater, incorporating Two Days in Dream in 2003 (composed by Mario Gaoa, individual from the Naked Samoans, and coordinated by Colin Mitchell).

Another play that he acted in was Sex with Strangers, which was composed by Mitchell, however, Two Days in Dream was generally welcomed by commentators.

In 2008, he co-featured with sibling Robbie in the play Where We Once Belonged.

Magasiva has additionally shown up in nine Lift Plus advertisements in New Zealand and furthermore assumed control over his sibling’s job as the Small Blacks TV News moderator inverse Conrad Snakey Smith.

Magasiva passed away at 38 years old