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Tina Thomsen

Tina Thomsen was born on November 17, 1975. She is an actress, known for Home and Away (1988), Farscape (1999) and Big Sky (1997). See full bio »

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Known For

Home and Away
Home and Away Finlay Roberts
(1991-2006)
Farscape
Farscape Tanga
(1999)
Big Sky
Big Sky Jen
(1997)
G.P.
G.P. Callie Butler
(1995)

Filmography

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 1999 Farscape (TV Series)
Tanga
- Thank God It's Friday, Again (1999) ... Tanga
 1998 All Saints (TV Series)
Cheryl
- Body and Soul (1998) ... Cheryl
 1997 Big Sky (TV Series)
Jen
- Duke of Yarrigul (1997) ... Jen
 1991-1997 Home and Away (TV Series)
Finlay Roberts
- Episode #1.2102 (1997) ... Finlay Roberts
- Episode #1.2101 (1997) ... Finlay Roberts
- Episode #1.2100 (1997) ... Finlay Roberts
- Episode #1.2099 (1997) ... Finlay Roberts
- Episode #1.2008 (1996) ... Finlay Roberts
 1996 Shark Bay (TV Series)
Debbie
 1995 G.P. (TV Series)
Callie Butler
- Hide and Seek (1995) ... Callie Butler
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 1994 Day to Day (TV Series)
Herself
- Kilroy Down Under (1994) ... Herself
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 2005-2006 Home and Away (TV Series)
Finlay Roberts
- Episode #1.4330 (2006) ... Finlay Roberts (uncredited)
- Episode #1.4000 (2005) ... Finlay Roberts (uncredited)
 2005 Home and Away: Weddings (Video)
Finlay Roberts (uncredited)
 2005 Home and Away: Romances (Video)
Finlay Roberts (uncredited)
 1996 Home and Away: The Official Summer Bay Special (Video)
Finlay Roberts (uncredited)
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