|Date of birth:||February 18th, 1970|
|Place of birth:||Perth, Western Australia, Australia|
|Notable works:||All Saints|
The Flying Doctors
Tammy Macintosh is an Australian theater and television actress born in Perth, Western Australia on February 18th, 1970. She has been mostly active during the 1990s and 2000s. She has a husband named Mark Yeats with whom, she has a son, Benjamin.
From 1992 to 1993, Tammy was a regularly billed cast member on the sitcom series Bingles. She is credited in all twenty-three episodes as a woman named Stacy. She immediately followed this up with a regular stint on the drama series Police Rescue, in which she played Constable Kathy Orland. She appeared in thirty-five out of sixty-two episodes.
Beginning in 1997, Tammy appeared in the first six episodes of Wildside as Detective Kim Devlin. She followed this up in 2000 when she played Christine Rutherford on Something in the Air. She appeared in eight episodes of the show.
American audiences began taking note of Tammy in 2001 when she began making regular appearances on the US/Australian sci-fi series Farscape. Tammy played an alien character named Joolushko "Jool" Tunai Fenta Hovalis. She began in a supporting role on the series, but eventually became a credited cast member with season four. Tammy appeared in eighteen episodes of Farscape as well as the 2004 spin-off movie, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars.
Tammy's largest role to date came in 2002 when she began playing Doctor Charlotte Beaumont on the Seven Network medical drama All Saints. Her character was introduced in episode 190, "M for Memory" and she made 172 appearances in total, her last episode being the series' finale, "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow 2" in 2009.
From 2010-2011, Tammy Macintosh played Commander Maxine "Knocker" White on the drama series Sea Patrol. She appeared in twenty-eight episodes of that series. Beginning in 2012, Tammy began playing Doctor Mac on Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries on ABC1.
Film credits Edit
|Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars||2004||Joolushko Tunai Fenta Hovalis|
Series credits Edit
|All Saints||Seasons 5-12||Charlotte Beaumont|
Episode credits Edit
|The Flying Doctors||Fly Like a Bird||Annie Rogers|
|The Flying Doctors||A Place to Call Home||Annie Rogers|
|The Flying Doctors||A Rural Education||Annie Rogers|
|The Flying Doctors||Brother's Keeper||Annie Rogers|
|The Flying Doctors||Double Vision||Annie Rogers|
|The Flying Doctors||Life Line||Annie Rogers|
|The Flying Doctors||Rest in Peace||Annie Rogers|
|The Flying Doctors||The Climber||Annie Rogers|
|The Flying Doctors||The Ties That Bind||Annie Rogers|
|G.P.||One for the Road||Joanna Lalor|
|Wildside||Episode 1.3||Detective Kim Devlin|
|Wildside||Episode 1.4||Detective Kim Devlin|
|Wildside||Episode 1.5||Detective Kim Devlin|
|Wildside||Episode 1.6||Detective Kim Devlin|
|Wildside||Episode 1.7||Detective Kim Devlin|
|Wildside||Episode 1.8||Detective Kim Devlin|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Height: 5' 7¾"
- In her spare time, Tammy Macintosh enjoys jogging, mountain biking and water sports.
Other works Edit
- Tammy's first credited work in film is the 1993 TV movie The Feds: Betrayal, in which she played Nicola Bass.
- Tammy has also performed for the Melbourne Theatre Company's Shark Fin Soup, the Sydney Theatre Company's Private Lives, and the Ensemble Theatre's Blinded By The Sun and Sleeping Beauty.
See also Edit
Farscape pages Edit
External Links Edit
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