Christine Tremarco

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Christine Tremarco
Born 1977
Liverpool, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992-present

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.[1] 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.[2]

She then went on to star in two series of Springhill in 1996/1997 as Trish Freeman.

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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