Christine Stephen-Daly

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Christine Stephen-Daly
Born (1973-12-05) 5 December 1973 (age 46)
Cutting It

Christine Stephen-Daly (born 5 December 1973) is an Australian actress. Her television credits include Pacific Drive (1996), Casualty (2001–04), Cutting It (2005), and House of Saddam (2008).


Stephen-Daly grew up in Melbourne with her father Paul, an entrepreneur who was the originator of the world's first travelling tram restaurant in Melbourne in 1993; mother Rhonnda, a housewife; and three sisters Louise, Laura, and international model Emily.

Stephen-Daly's first big break came in landing the role as Amber Kingsley in Pacific Drive. She appeared in a number of other Australian television programmes including Farscape, Stingers and Something in the Air.

She then came to the United Kingdom in September 2000 to have a break from the constant acting work she did in Australia. She had a guest appearance in EastEnders before landing the role as popular Lara Stone in the BBC One medical drama Casualty. A role which she played for three years, she then went on to appear in Cutting It.

Stephen-Daly has also appeared in The Bill as Kristen Shaw, a sexy drug baroness. She portrayed the role of Samira Shahbandar, Saddam Hussein's second wife in the BBC drama House of Saddam. Stephen-Daly also appeared in the popular children's CBBC science fiction series, The Sarah Jane Adventures as evil alien Miss Myers. Stephen-Daly also appeared in ITV soap opera, Emmerdale in 2012, as a barrister Fisher when Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and Cameron Murray (Dominic Power) go to court and are questioned about the murder of Carl King (Tom Lister).

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