Christine Stephen-Daly

Last updated 09 January 2020

Christine Stephen-Daly
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Christine Stephen-Daly

Born: Wednesday 5th December 1973 (age: 50)


Christine Stephen-Daly is an Australian television actress.

Christine 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.

Christine'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 FarscapeStingers andSomething 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. She has also appeared in The Bill as Kristen Shaw, a sexy drug baroness. She portrayed the role of Samira ShahbandarSaddam Hussein's second wife in the BBC drama House of Saddam. Christine also stared in the popular children's CBBC science fiction series, The Sarah Jane Adventures as evil alien Miss Myers. She also appeared in ITV soap operaEmmerdale in 2012, as a barrister Fisher when Chas Dingle and Cameron Murray go to court and are questioned about the murder of Carl King.