Famous for: Being plucked from obscurity to star in an Australian TV drama as a teenager
Christine Tremarco's acting career began at the age of 14 when she was spotted at a local drama group in Merseyside and whisked off to Australia for her debut TV role in mini-drama The Leaving Of Liverpool. Since then the London-based star has notched up a long list of small screen appearances, with roles in Heartbeat, Casualty and Clocking Off, as well as a key part in BBC school drama Waterloo Road. Her movie credits include the UK production Face, in which she shared the screen with fellow Brits Ray Winstone and Robert Carlyle.
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