Terasa Livingstone

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Terasa Livingstone
Born (1975-04-09) 9 April 1975 (age 42)
Nationality Australian
Occupation film and television actress

Terasa Livingstone (born 9 April 1975) is an Australian theatre, film and television actress.


She began her career as a roving reporter for Agro's Cartoon Connection on the Seven Network, eventually taking over the role of co-host from Ann-Maree Biggar in 1995. She also served as a reporter for Seven's The Great Outdoors. In the late 1990s she moved to the United States, appearing in several minor roles including the 2005 film Circadian Rhythm and a part on the first season finale of Lost. She has also posed for the men's magazines FHM, Inside Sport, and in 1998 appeared nude for the art magazine Black+White alongside former fiancé Jamie Durie.

In 2006 she hosted the Australian celebrity singing competition It Takes Two with Grant Denyer.

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