Katrina Bryan

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Katrina Bryan
Born (1980-07-10) 10 July 1980 (age 36)
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999-present

Katrina Bryan (born 10 July 1980) is a Scottish actress who has starred in Taggart, Nina and the Neurons, See You, See Me and Sea of Souls. She has been active since 1999. Bryan has a BA in Acting from Queen Margaret University. She appeared in an Irn-Bru advert where she names her newborn baby Fanny, much to the shock of the baby's father.[1] Her voice sounds similar to Julie Wilson Nimmo's who portrayed Miss Hoolie from Balamory.

See You, See Me[edit]

In June 2004, Bryan played Tess Macauley in the Scottish Education programme See You, See Me for three episodes, broadcast on BBC Two from 7–21 January 2005. When Bryan played Tess she always wore a pink zip up anorak and her hair in a ponytail. Tess was also a tour guide.

Television and film credits[edit]

  • CBeebies Panto:Strictly Cinderella - CBeebies - TV - (2011) - Cinderella
  • Asylum - Short Film - (2011) - Director Jorn Utkilen - Teacher
  • Rab C Nesbitt - Series 9, episode 1 'Heal' - TV -(2010) – Dr. Lennox
  • Wind Over Lake - Film - (2010) - Imagine Pictures - Katrina
  • Taggart - TV -(2007–2010) – Ellis Sinclair
  • Nina and the Neurons - TV -(2007– ) – cbeebies programme.
  • Night People- (BAFTA Award Winning Film) -(2005) – Jane
  • Size 5 -Short Film - (2005) - Imagine Pictures - Shop Assistant
  • Paper Anniversary - Short Film - (2004) - Imagine Pictures - Waitress
  • See you, See me- TV -(2004) – Tess Macalli
  • Sea of Souls - TV - (2004) - Radio Presenter
  • Ancient Greece - TV - (BBC Education) - (2004) - Persephone & Chorus
  • The Toon Fair - (2001) – Special Guest
  • Who's My Favourite Girl ? - Short Film -(1999) – May

Theatre credits[edit]

Radio credits[edit]

  • Newsmash - Comedy Unit/BBC Scotland - (2009) - Sally Moore(News Anchor)
  • Death and the Penguin - BBC Radio 3 - (2006) - Nina

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