New Zealand's 30 brightest movers and shakers under 30 have been named, and yes, Max Key does feature on the list.

The Prime Minister's son features on's '30 under 30' list, alongside the likes of choreographer Parris Goebel and TVNZ presenter Jack Tame.

Goebel, who has been part of the award-winning hip hop dance group the Royal Family for years, recently shot to new levels of fame after choreographing the video for Justin Bieber's latest single, Sorry.

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At just 23 years old, the Kiwi dancer's work has gone global, with 56 million people viewing the video on Youtube.

Golfing prodigy Lydia Ko (18) also makes an appearance after a stunning year at the top of her game, and presenter Jack Tame (28), who is tipped to be 'the next Mike Hosking' also features after ten years working for TVNZ.

Several media personalities made Spy's list, including Hauraki presenter Laura McGoldrick (26) and The Spinoff writer Alex Casey (24).

Max Key (20) makes the cut although his spot seems to have been earned mainly through blood ties, as his other achievements are getting a job and going to uni, according to Spy.