Tara Moran

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Tara Moran
Born Kathleen Tara Moran
(1971-06-01) 1 June 1971 (age 45)
Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK
Occupation actor

Kathleen Tara Moran (born 1 June 1971 in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire)[1] is an actress.

Moran's television debut was in Yorkshire Television's educational history series for schools, How We Used to Live. During the mid-1980s she played Alice Selby in Series 5 (covering 1902–26) and Susan Brady in Series 6 (1954–70).[2]

She has appeared as Chelsea Richards, alongside a young Jude Law, in ITV's Cheshire-set soap opera Families; as Mary Skillet in Casualty; Felicity Barnes in EastEnders; Helen in Take Me; Anne Moore in A Touch of Frost; Katrina Webb in a 2005 episode of Shameless and Toni Griffiths in Coronation Street.

During 2006–07 Moran played the recurring guest role of Shelly Fitzgerald in ITV's long-running police drama series The Bill, in which her character was eventually discovered to be the abductor of missing child Amy Tennant.

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