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Martine McCutcheon

Singer, television personality, author and Laurence Olivier Award-winning actress

Martine McCutcheon is an Olivier award winning actress, singer, television personality and top selling author. Martine’s big break was landing the role of Tiffany in EastEnders and she went on to spend four years in Albert Square. She then launched a singing career, releasing the UK number one single Perfect Moment, before taking to the stage as Eliza Doolittle in the West End’s My Fair Lady, for which she won a coveted Laurence Olivier Award.

Martine then starred alongside Hugh Grant as the loveable tea lady in the acclaimed Love Actually. In 2009 she published best–selling novel The Mistress and in 2010 Martine became the brand ambassador for Danone Activia, the UK’s best selling yogurt brand. In her work for Activia Martine is on a mission to improve the digestive health of the nation’s women, eating Activia every day to help reduce bloating.

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