Sally Erana Martin (born May 14, 1985) is an actress from New Zealand. She has appeared in a range of television series, including The Strip, Shortland Street and in Power Rangers Ninja Storm as Tori Hanson/the Blue Water Ninja Ranger.
She has also worked in several other shows such as Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby, The Killian Curse and in the TV movie Murder in Greenwich.
Born in Wellington, Martin attended Chilton St. James School, where she performed numerous festivals and productions including the national Shiela Winn Shakespeare festival, the New Zealand College Theatresports competition and a variety of school plays.
Martin started acting at the age of 15 in The Strip as Gemma in 2001. Then she did Revelations as Annie in 2002, followed by Power Rangers: Ninja Storm as Tori Hanson in 2003. After that she did the movie Murder in Greenwich. She got a part of Tory in Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior in 2006. Then she did Welcome to Paradise as Sasha in 2007.
Shortland Street (2009-present) (TV Series) ... as Nicole Miller,
Welcome to Paradise (2007) (TV Series) ... as Sasha,
Power Rangers Operation Overdrive
Once a Ranger I (2007) ... as Tori Hanson/Blue Wind Ranger,
Once a Ranger II (2007) ... as Tori Hanson/Blue Wind Ranger,
My Story (2007) (TV, download) ... as Trish,
The Last Great Snail Chase (2006) (Feature Film) ... as Josie Wales,
Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior (2006) ... as Tory,
Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby (2005) (TV) ... as Sophie,
The Killian Curse (2005) (TV) ... as Katrina,
NZ Post Campaign (2005) (print) ... as Emma Watson,
Power Rangers: Dino Thunder
Thunder Storm: Part 2 (2004) .... Tori Hanson/Blue Wind Ranger,
Thunder Storm: Part 1 (2004) .... Tori Hanson/Blue Wind Ranger,
Power Rangers Ninja Storm (2003) (VG) (voice) ... as Blue Wind Ranger,
Power Rangers Ninja Storm (2003) TV Series ... as Tori Hanson/Blue Wind Ranger,
Murder in Greenwich (2002) (TV) ... as Charity Foster,
Revelations (2002) (TV) ... as Annie,
The Tribe (2001-02) (TV) ... as Guest Cast,
The Strip (2001) (TV) ... as Gemma
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