Tammy MacIntosh

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Tammy MacIntosh
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MacIntosh at the premier of the film "The Great Gatsby" in Australia in 2013.
Born Tammy MacIntosh[1]
(1970-02-16)16 February 1970[2]
Perth, Western Australia, Australia[3]
Residence Sydney, New South Wales, Australia[4]
Nationality Australian[5]
Citizenship Australia[6]
Education Morley Senior High School,[7] Mount Lawley Senior High School[8]
Alma mater Edith Cowan University (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts)[9]
Occupation Actress at RGM Associates Pty Ltd[10]
Years active 1987–present[11]
Known for Australian Actress
Spouse(s) Mark Yeats (m. 2005)[12]
Children Benjamin Yeats[13]
Website
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Tammy MacIntosh (born 16 February 1970 in Perth, Western Australia) is an Australian actress who is best known for portraying Dr. Charlotte Beaumont on the medical drama All Saints and Jool in the TV series Farscape.

Personal life[edit]

Tammy grew up in Perth, Western Australia, Australia and attended Morley Senior High School and Mount Lawley Senior High School.

She graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, a division of Edith Cowan University.

She married Mark Yeats in October 2005 and had a son, Benjamin Yeats.

Career[edit]

Tammy MacIntosh started out as a reporter for a children's show in South Australia known as C'Mon Kids in the late eighties.

MacIntosh has an extensive list of TV credits including Police Rescue, The Flying Doctors, Something in the Air, Grass Roots, Stingers, State Coroner, Good Guys Bad Guys, Wildside, McLeod's Daughters, G.P., The Feds III and Chances. She also played a main character in the first season of the BAFTA Award winning BBC show, Jeopardy. Most recently MacIntosh played Dr Amelia Ward on Episode 9 of the ABC's Crownies.

Before joining All Saints, she played the character of Jool on Farscape. She was also a well-known face in her regular role of Kathy in Police Rescue.

Macintosh's film and theatre credits include Police Rescue: The Movie, the Melbourne Theatre Company's Shark Fin Soup, the Sydney Theatre Company's Private Lives, and the Ensemble Theatre's Blinded By The Sun, Sleeping Beauty (2011 film) in post-production.

She had a recurring role on Sea Patrol portraying Commander Maxine 'Knocker' White.

She plays Dr Mac in ABC's crime drama Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries.

Filmography[edit]

TV series[edit]

2012 Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Dr. Elizabeth "Mac" Macmillan 4 episodes
2011 Crownies Dr. Amelia Ward Episode #9
2010 - 2011 Sea Patrol Commander Maxine "Knocker" White 28 episodes
2011 East West 101 Sally Wilson "Heart of Darkness" episode
2002 - 2009 All Saints Dr. Charlotte Beaumont 172 episodes
2001 - 2002 Farscape Joolushko "Jool 'Tunay Fento Hovalis 18 episodes
2002 Jeopardy Melissa 7 episodes
2000 Something in the Air Christine Rutherford 8 episodes
2000 Grass Roots Marilyn Hennessy 4 episodes
1999 Stingers Karen Jones Full term
1998 Good Guys Bad Guys Holly Swift "You Light Up My Wife" episode
1997 - 1998 Wildside Det. Kim Devlin 6 episodes
1995 G.P. Joanna Lalor "One for the Road" episode
1992 - 1995 Police Rescue Of. Kathy Orland 35 episodes
1992 - 1993 Bingles Stacy 23 episodes
1991 Chances Mandy Foster -
1990 The Flying Doctors Annie Rogers 9 episodes

Movies[edit]

2011 A Heartbeat Away Grace Flack by Isabel Lucas, Sebastian Gregory, Roy Billing, Colin Friels & Mark Furze
2011 Sleeping Beauty - by Emily Browning & Mirrah Foulkes
2005 Repetition Anell -
2004 Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars Joolushko "Jool" Tunai Fenta Hovalis by Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Anthony Simcoe & Gigi Edgley
1996 River Street Sharon with Aden Young, Essie Davis, Joy Smithers & Suzi Dougherty
1996 McLeod's Daughters Claire Mcleod by Jack Thompson, Kris McQuade, Simone Kessell, Robert Mammone & Kym Wilson
1996 Whipping Boy Seal by Temuera Morrison & Nash Edgerton
1993 The Feds: Betrayal Nicola "Nicky" Bass by Angie Milliken, Brian Vriends, Peter Phelps & Chris Haywood

Theatre[edit]

- Shark Fin Soup - - Melbourne Theatre Company -
- Private Lives - - Sydney Theatre Company -
1998 Blinded by the Sun - Sandra Bates Playhouse Theatre by Lorraine Bayly, Tina Bursill, Peter Kowitz & Andrew McFarlane

Appearances[edit]

2007 It Takes Two "Series 2 Grand Final" - audience member

Hostess[edit]

- C'mon Kids Hostess

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tammy Macintosh - Biography, IMDb, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  2. ^ Tammy Macintosh - Biography, IMDb, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  3. ^ Tammy Macintosh - Biography, IMDb, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  4. ^ Tammy MacIntosh, LinkedIn, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  5. ^ Tammy Macintosh - Biography, IMDb, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  6. ^ Tammy Macintosh - Biography, IMDb, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  7. ^ Morley Senior High School - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, 2014-06-02, retrieved 2014-06-02 
  8. ^ Tammy MacIntosh, LinkedIn, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  9. ^ Tammy MacIntosh - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  10. ^ Tammy MacIntosh, LinkedIn, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  11. ^ Tammy MacIntosh, LinkedIn, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  12. ^ Tammy MacIntosh - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05 
  13. ^ Tammy Macintosh - Biography, IMDb, 2014-03-05, retrieved 2014-03-05