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Mostue with two cats
Photo: Eirik Newth
28 March 1968
|Occupation||Veterinary surgeon, television cast member, television presenter|
|Known for||Recurring roles in BBC veterinary and animal-related series and specials|
|Television||E.g., Vet School,
Vets in Practice
|Partner(s)||Howard Thomas (2001-2006)|
|Children||Frøya Molly (born 2002)
Erik Delme (born 2003)
Hilda Nellie (born 2005)
Trude Mostue (born 28 March 1968) is a Norwegian veterinary surgeon, a recurring television cast member appearing as herself in roles as a veterinary student and veterinarian, and later, appearing as as a television presenter. Her most widely recognized television roles were in the BBC Vet School in 1996, and later in the follow-up series Vets in Practice (1997-2002), though she went on to present or co-present in a variety of wildlife programmes. Late in the BBC television experience and after, Mostue became a mother to three children, and on leaving England has returned to veterinary practice in Norway.
Mostue lived in the United Kingdom for many years, appearing in the BBC television series Vet School (1996), and later in the follow-up series Vets in Practice (63 episodes, 1997-2002). After the end of the series, she appeared in a variety of British documentaries relating to animals,[clarification needed] and presented the wildlife programmes Vets in the Wild and Britain's Worst Pets. In addition, she appeared on the programmes Holiday and Through the Keyhole. In 2006 she appeared in Skal vi danse, the Norwegian version of Strictly Come Dancing.
Professional veterinary practice
Mostue became engaged to Howard Thomas in 2001. They have had three children together, Frøya Molly (born 2002), Erik Delme (born 2003) and Hilda Nellie (born 2005). As of October 2006, Mostue had broken off the relationship.
- Anamaria Boschi, 2014, "Vets in Practice (1997-2002)," BFIscreen (online), see , accessed 22 March 2015.
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