Tonci Pivac

Actor / Commercial
Age Range

25—35

Height

190cm

Eye Colour

Brown

Hair Colour

Dark Brown

Ethnicity

New Zealander

"I'm not the type of face you are ever gonna see in a romantic lead. Most directors see me and think mob boss, criminal, serial killer. But I won't complain, Im thankful to just be getting work".

Tonci Pivac was born in Auckland, New Zealand. From a young age he was fascinated with movies and film stars. On graduating in 2009 from South Seas Film and Television School, with a Diploma in Screen Acting he started his own production company, Anarchy International Pictures. 

Tonci has a passion for script writing and has written and produced numerous short films. Currently he is working on a number of feature film length scripts.

"I've always wanted to do a comedy, I love great humour in real life, and would love the chance to translate that to the screen".

Tonci played Marshall in the short film Blindside, which was an official selection for Cannes Short Film Corner as part of the 65th Cannes Film Festival 2012.

Tonci Pivac

Artist Resume

Feature Film

Year
Role
Production

2022

Josh's Father

Frozen Moments

No. 8 Films

Dir. Craig Newland

2017

Detective Truman

Enmity

Dir. Logan Jud

2015

Jack

Someone to Carry Me

Inspire Entertainment (NZ)

Dir. Terry Allen

2015

Graham

Desired

Film Shock Productions (NZ)

2014

Officer

Compound

Long Bay Screen Productions (NZ)

Dir. Dale Stewart

2014

Police Sergeant

1480: Radio Pirates

No. 8 Films (NZ)

Dir. Craig Newland

2013

The Texan (uncredited)

Crackheads

Big Rabbit (NZ)

Dir. Tim Tsiklauri

2012

Radio News Reporter (Voice)

Journey of a Story

Earthwire Productions (NZ)

Dir. Jonathan Rayner-Burt

Mr Wright

Ara

Zodiac Entertainment (NZ)

Dir. Dimi Nakov

Short Film

Year
Role
Production

2022

Lupovich

Baba Yaga 2: Retribution

Anarchy International Pictures (NZ)

Dir. Kevin R. Luck

2018

Barman

Tin Man

Dir. Sean O'Connor

2017

Dr. Gorham

R: Rage of the Zombies

Black Widow Films (US)

Dir. Fred Potts

2017

George Phinneas Starbuck

Saving the GPS Lady

Forbidden Tears Productions New Zealand (NZ)

Dir. Phill Palmer

2016

Lupovich

Baba Yaga

Anarchy International Pictures (NZ)

Dir. Kevin R. Such

2016

Uncle Tony

Walkers

Black Widow Films (US)

Dir. Fred Potts

2015

Lundy

Moral Prerogative

Anarchy International Pictures (NZ)

Dir. Rod Johns

2015

Uncle Tony, Thanks

Clear Eyes: Scourge of the Zombies

Black Widow Films (US)

Dir. Fred Potts

2015

Detective Dalton

Observance

Anarchy International Pictures (NZ)

Dir. Kevin R. Luck

2013

Sandwich Steve

Sounds Perfect

Sideways Productions (NZ)

Dir. Allan George, Greg Stubbings

2013

Detective

Old Man's Garden

Red Delicious Films (NZ)

Dir. Lars Quickfall

2012

Marshall

Blindside

Zodiac Entertainment (NZ)

Dir. Dimi Nakov

2012

Special Thanks

The Psychologist

Zodiac Entertainment (NZ)

Dir. Dimi Nakov

2012

Hendon

Money Money Money

Dir. Dave Skinner

2011

The Man

Playmates

Zodiac Entertainment (NZ)

Dir. Dimi Nakov

2011

Officer Vosloo

One Hour

Dir. Christopher Peters

2011

Drunky

The Lift

Long Corridor Productions (NZ)

Dir. Simon Long

2011

Liam

Deadbeat

Silvereye Entertainment (NZ)

Dir. Isaac Knights

2010

Boss

The Message

Dir. Vasa Tesale

2010

Paul

Detour

Dir. Amber Smith

2010

Sidney Manson

Driveway Stigmata

Oral Benettians (NZ)

Dir. Sean Loftin

2009

Larry

Rogue Toast

South Seas Film and Television School (NZ)

Dir. Gregory Clarke

2009

Agent Lind

Choke

Dir. Reynald Castañeda

2009

Gamer #1

Game of War

Dir. Pierre Rios

Television

Year
Role
Production

2017

Detective

Westside, Season 3 (2 x Eps)

South Pacific Pictures

Dir. Michael Hurst, Murray Keane

2014

Diesel

Shortland Street, Season 23 (3 x Eps)

South Pacific Pictures

Dir. Various

2011

Nathan Sweeney

Shortland Street, Season 20 (1 x Eps)

South Pacific Pictures

Video

Year
Role
Production

2010

Herbert

Big Tits Massacre

Kandar International (NZ)

Dir. Ignacio Cervio

Training

Year
Role
Production

2009

Acting

Diploma in Screen Acting

South Seas Film and Television School

Dir. Johnny Givins