Farrier said he wouldn't want to be a poster boy for the campaign, but it was a cause he backed: Share via email email. I wouldn't go back if Mark Weldon was there, but now he is not I am infinitely more open to going back. All this is possible because Farrier isn't particularly interested in money, nor his inability to buy a house in Auckland, has no kids and no immediate plans or desire for any unless he meets the right person etc, etc, and is perfectly comfortable in his own company - but has an insatiable drive for the new and interesting. Intrigued, he asked for an interview: What ensues, I tell him, is not the film I had expected to see. But by the time he left, the changes at TV3 were already weighing upon his colleagues.
Keith now lives in an aviary in Kerikeri, not too distant from Farrier's parents, who have moved back to Whangarei in their retirement.
But hey ho, at least it means they've seen the movie. Married dad's descent into sex attack Child 'freak of nature' Burger King trolls McDonald's Shocking reality of child brides. It was that trip, and the evidence that here was a ready audience, reckons Farrier, that persuaded the New Zealand Film Commission to give substantial support to get the film made. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later. Farrier, 29, confirmed he was in a relationship with Grayson Coutts, 24, the son of America's Cup yachting legend Russell Coutts, to the Herald on Sunday's Spy gossip team earlier this week. Inhe created the Netflix documentary series Dark Touristin which he visits obscure, peculiar or dangerous tourist spots. Dark Tourist Tickled Nightline 3 News.
She was, he says, the model flatmate and even put up with his parrot, Keith. I just follow what happens. So Tickled came at the right time. Farrier accepts that his particular style of journalism has turned him into a public figure, of sorts, and that there's quite a few people out there who loathe him, or at least what they've seen of him on the telly. He played a fictionalized version of himself in Rhys Darby 's mockumentary series Short Poppies. He acknowledged it might come as a surprise to some, and had not publicly talked about his bisexuality in the past because he never thought it was a big deal.