Most sometimes children of celebrities get media attention because of their parents. Te Ahi Ka Cormack Hema-Taylor is one of those children; his parents are New Zealand actors Danielle Cormack and Pana Hema Taylor. Te Ahi was born on March 19, 2010, and he has one older sibling, Ethan, from his mother’s previous relationship.
Education and Te Ahi’s Bond with His Parents
Te Ahi Ka Cormack Hema-Taylor is yet to complete his primary education; moreover, his parents have not mentioned the details of the school he attends, but it must be a good school, given his parents’ financial status.
Te Ahi Ka Cormack Hema-Taylor shares a great bond with his parents, mostly with his mother, with whom he used to attend events. On August 11, 2016, when he was five, he accompanied his mother to the Alladin musical at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney.
How His Parents and Their Love Life
Te Ahi Ka Cormack Hema Taylor’s parents met in 2009; at the time, Pana Hema-Taylor was 20 years old, and Danielle was 38. They were both working on a play; Pana was an actor, and Danielle was a costume/set designer. The two started a romantic relationship, and later that year, they married. They were blessed with their son Te Ahi Ka Cormack Hema-Taylor a year later.
Despite their interesting love story, Te Ahi Ka Cormack’s parents did not stay together as they divorced three years later after the birth of their son.
His Parents After Divorce
After their divorce, Te Ahi’s parents went on with their lives. His father met another woman named Naomi Campbell, and in 2015, they welcomed their first bundle of joy together, a daughter. On the other hand, Te Ahi’s mother has not revealed if she has been in a romantic relationship with anyone or not. However, Danielle mentioned that she had long romantic relationships with men and women.
His Mother’s Career and Net Worth
Te Ahi Ka Cormack’s mother started her acting career in 1987, making her television debut in Gloss. Then in 1992, she landed the role of Alison Raynor in the series Shortland Street. Te Ahi’s mother is best known by her fans for portraying Cynthia Ross in The Cult, Amazon Ephiny in Xena: Warrior Princess, and her recurring role as Shota in the series Legend of the Seeker.
Danielle Cormack has also participated in several films and theatre plays, including Perfect Creature, Separation City, River Queen, The Price of Milk, Trainspotting, Caligula, The Blue Room, and The Shape of Things.
Te Ahi Ka Cormack Hema Taylor’s mother has been acting for over thirty years, taking main, recurring, and guest roles. Throughout that period, she has made a lot of wealth, totaling 5 million U.S dollars, and with that money, she can give her son Te Ahi whatever life he wants.
Danielle Cormack has tried to keep her son away from media attention. Te Ahi is not active on social media platforms, and his mother does not post him easily on her social media pages. Danielle is on Instagram and usually shares pictures of herself with her 200k-plus followers to glimpse her personal life.