Christine Tremarco est une Actrice Britannique née le 1 janvier 1976 à Liverpool (Royaume-uni)
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Christine Tremarco (born 1977 in Liverpool, England) is a British television actress whose career began in 1992.
Educated at St Cecilia's Infant School and then Holly Lodge Girls' College, she was spotted in a school play and invited to a new dance and drama school. Then, when attending a drama group, an Australian casting agent offered her a role in The Leaving of Liverpool, a 1950s-based drama about the forced migration of children to Australia. At the age of 16, when the programme was broadcast, she decided to pursue an acting career full-time, and "never got round" to going to drama school.
She then went on to star in two series of Springhill in 1996/1997 as Trish Freeman.
In 2001 she appeared in Presence by David Harrower at the Royal Court Theatre.
She is perhaps most famous, however, for her role in school drama Waterloo Road as school secretary and learning support assistant Davina Shackleton, a role she has portrayed from 2007 to 2009. In her final episode, her character was last seen departing on a train to an unknown destination after an argument with long-term boyfriend Tom Clarkson portrayed by Jason Done. Her character suspected Tom of having an affair with Rose Kelly portrayed by Elaine Symons.
She played Ellie Morgan in a BBC One drama miniseries Moving On, entitled Drowning Not Waving, which was broadcast in May 2009.
In early 2010, she appeared in two episodes of Casualty as guest character Linda, a friend of Nurse Jessica. A year later, it was announced that Linda would be returning to Casualty as a regular character.
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