Tamzin Outhwaite

Tamzin Outhwaite
Tamzin is most famous for her three-year role of Melanie in "Eastenders." In 2006, she played the part of Rebecca in the BBC drama "Hotel Babylon."

Tamzin attended the Stagestruck Theatre Company as a young teenager. At 16 she left school to join the London Studio Centre to study drama and dance. She left with that year's trophy for best all-rounder, which had previously been won by Liz Hurley.

Tamzin's many stage roles have included: Summer Holiday, Grease, Carousel, Oliver and Absent Friends

Tamzin appeared in U2's music video for their song Mysterious Ways.

In 2001 Tamzin presented a BBC documentary about the positive effects garnered by the relationship between man and dolphins.

Her last appearance on Eastenders was transmitted on April 12, 2002. "Mel" left the show with a dramatic exit where-in she fled to Portugal to escape bail.

Tamzin played Dean's mum in improvised TV Drama Out Of Control, for the BBC, late 2002.

Tamzin then went on to star in BBC1's Red Cap, an army drama transmitted in Jan 2003.

Her next role, was again for the Beeb, where Tamzin played Natalie Bingham in Final Demand on Easter Sunday/Easter Monday. Later that week we we able to see highlights of Tamzin and celeb pal Kate Thornton's trip to Oz, as part of BBC1 programme Holiday.