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Miranda Manasiadis


Facts of Miranda Manasiadis

Full NameMiranda Manasiadis
First NameMiranda
Last NameManasiadis
NationalityNew Zealand
Birth CountryNew Zealand
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseJemaine Clement
No Of Children1
FilmographyEagle vs Shark,Realiti
Married DateAugust,2008

Miranda Manasiadis is a New Zealand-born actress who became famous for her role in the movie Eagle vs. Shark in 2007.

Marriage And Husband

She was born in the 1970s and raised in New Zealand. Miranda Manasiadis holds the citizenship of New Zealand

Her ethnicity belongs to Maori. She met her husband for the first in the set of Eagle vs. Shark in the year 2007

After working together for a short period, the couple fell in love and started dating each other. 

It was Jemaine Clement who proposed to her for the marriage, and she said yes to him. 

She mostly invited their costars and family to their wedding function. 

She tied the knot with the love of her life in August 2008, with Jemaine Clement, an actor, comedian, musician, director, and singer

He became famous worldwide for creating a comedy group, Fight of Conchords, with Bret McKenzie

The couple had a son together in October 2008, in New York, two months after their marriage. 

There is not much information out in the media about her past relationships. 

The couple is going very strong with their relationship and seems like they were meant for each other. No divorce on the cards here, the lovely couple are living their best moments together.

Miranda Manasiadis with her husband, Jemaine Clement.
Miranda Manasiadis with her husband, Jemaine Clement. Image source:

What Does Her Husband Do?

Her husband is also in the entertainment industry

He is a multi-tasker as he enrolls himself in acting, singing, directing, and comedy

He is a well-known face in the entertainment industry worldwide. 

Some of his famous comedy series is I Told You I was Freaky, Flights of Conchords and Distant feature. 

He has also appeared in many television shows. 

Some of the shows that are still popular among the audiences are Legion, Another Period, and Divorce

Jemaine Clement has also lent his voice to several movies such as Rio, The Simpsons, Rick and Morty, Robot chicken, etc. 

He also got nominated for Annie Award for voice acting in feature production. 

He has received a Primetime Emmy nomination series as well.


Miranda Manasiadis is more famous for being a wife of an amazing actor Jemaine Clement than for the work she has done in the movies. 

She started her acting career with a cameo role in the New Zealand Sci-fi horror Comedy titled Black Sheep in 2006

In 2007, she appeared in Eagle vs. Shark, a New Zealand Romantic comedy movie written and directed by Taika Waititi

The movie was financed by the New Zealand Film Commission

In this movie, her husband was opposite her. In the movie, she played the role of a socially awkward fast-food waitress

The movie was a massive success at the box office and earned 1.298 Million dollars worldwide. 

She has also worked in the famous movie Realiti (2004) and Girls vs. Boy (2012).

Her husband got dissed when trying to impress?

Miranda’s husband, Jemaine, shared his experience when he tried to impress Moana Fans.  

Jemaine stated that they were into Comic-Con, and there were people in cosplay and costume plays. 

So, he saw two people while he was leaving. Those two individuals were a man dressed as Maui from Moana and a woman clad in a Te fiti, the island goddess from the movie. 

So, he thought of giving those guys a bit of a thrill. As they were taking a selfie, Jemaine just slid in there.

After which, they began looking at Jemaine, on which Jemaine asked those individuals if they didn’t recognize him. 

So, Jemaine says that he did the voice of Tamatoa. He also shared saying that those individuals didn’t understand what he was saying, so they asked if he could make an impression? 

He clarified that they didn’t know what he meant. Further, he tried to make them understand and suggested looking up IMDb and looking at Moana. 

Jemaine further added that he is the guy who does the voice. 

Other than that, they talked about his new show on FX. Jemaine shared that his show is a documentary about vampires. To know more, click the link below.

Jemaine’s dad is not involved in his life

It’s been said that his father has never been involved in his life to date. 

Instead, he says that he grew up with his mom and grandmother in the Wairarapa region of Masterton, located in New Zealand

He went on to attend Makoura college there. He stated his grand-mom and mother belong to Maori origin. We can often spot Jemaine talking about his roots and upbringing. 

Back then, Jemaine has begun his printing press and school. There was the rule of complete restrictions on Maori people who were portrayed as businesspeople at that moment. 

Besides that, following the tradition of whanau, Jemaine also named his son after him. 

Furthermore, Jemaine reveals that everyone in his family has had at least one Maori name for generations, which he can’t break now. 

He had the middle names Atea and Mahana, which means universe and heat. 

Net Worth 

Net WorthAnnual salary
$1 Million Approximately$500k-$800k

She is estimated to have a net worth of around $1 Million. Her primary source of income is acting and family income

She receives the salary as per the role maturity. The salary differs between $500k-$800k yearly

Her husband, Jemaine Clement, is estimated to have a net worth of $2 Million, which double the net worth of her. 

The couple is living together and is content and happy. 

The couple is living a luxurious lifestyle for sure with that much of net worth. 

There is no information related to her cars, house, and bungalow as such in the media.


  1. Her exact date of birth is not in the media yet, but as per some portals, she is in her 40.
  2. Miranda Manasiadis follows Christianity.

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Updated On Thu Aug 04 2022 Published On Tue Jun 02 2020 By shaumya

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