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Tammy Macintosh Biography

Updated On 02 May, 2017 Published On 02 May, 2017
Tammy Macintosh
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Facts of Tammy Macintosh

Date of Birth :
Age : 49 years old
Family Name : Macintosh
Birth Place : Australia
Birth Sign : aquarius
Height : 5 Feet 7 Inch

Relationship short Statistics of Tammy Macintosh

What is Tammy Macintosh marital status ? ( married,single, in relation or divorce): Married
How many children does Tammy Macintosh have ? (name): 1 Children
Is Tammy Macintosh having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Tammy Macintosh Lesbian ? No

An Australian actress Tammy Maclntosh who is perhaps well known for portraying Dr. Charlotte Beaumont medical drama All Saints and Jool in the television series “Farscape.” She is married to Mark Yeats, a property agent and is blessed with a son named Benjamin Yeats.

Early Life & Education

Tammy Maclntosh is an Australian actress who is well known for her role Dr. Charlotte Beaumont in the medical drama series “All Saints." She is also known for the role as Jool in the television series “Farscape."

The 47-years-old Tammy grew up in Perth with her parents. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds an Australian nationality.

Tammy studied Morley Senior High School and later Mount Lawley Senior High School. She graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, a partition of Edith Cowan University.

Career

Tammy Maclntosh began as a columnist for a youngsters' show “C'Mon Kids” in South Australia in the late 1980s.

Tammy has a broad list of TV credits such as The Flying Doctors, Grass Roots, Something in the Air, Stingers, State Coroner, G.P., Wildside, McLeod's Daughters, The Feds III, and Chances. She was also a notable face in her regular part of Kathy in “Police Rescue.” She played the lead character in the primary series of the BAFTA Award-winning BBC show, “Jeopardy.”

In 1998, MacIntosh featured in the investigator series “Good Guys, Bad Guys.” She joined the sci-fi TV series “Farscape” in late 2000. She was given a role as Jool, a youthful Interior woman.

In 2002, MacIntosh played a role as Dr. Charlotte Beaumont in the medical dramatization “All Saints.” She first signed a contract for six weeks and later became one of the show's longest-serving cast members.

Maclntosh had a repeating part on “Sea Patrol” depicting Commander Maxine "Knocker" White. She also played Doctor Elizabeth "Mac" Macmillan in ABC's crime dramatization “Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries.”

Tammy was considered for the part of Joan "The Freak" Ferguson in jail drama “Wentworth.” She later joined the cast in the third season as vigilante Kaz Proctor, opposite actress Libby Tanner and Pia Miranda.

Personal Life

Tammy married property agent, Mark Yeats on October 2005. The couple is blessed with a son named Benjamin Yeats born on 1 August 2006. The couple dated for nearly nine months before they exchanged the vows.

Net Worth

The former Dr. Charlotte role player Tammy has an estimated net worth of few million dollars. She has been in the industry for more than two decades which has contributed a lot in her worth.

Tammy Macintosh Married

First Marriage with Mark Yeats

Tammy Maclntosh married Mark Yeats in October 2005. The couple is blessed with a son named Benjamin Yeats born on 1 August 2006. They have spent eleven years together and still share the same love till now.

Tammy Macintosh Children

SON : Benjamin Yeats

Father: Mark Yeats/Tammy Maclntosh

The 10-years-old Benjamin Yeats was born on 1 August 2006. He is the first children of his parents. He is the only son.

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