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Tammy MacIntosh (born 16 February 1970 in Melbourne) is an Australian actress. She is best known for portraying Dr. Charlotte Beaumont on the medical drama All Saints and Jool in the TV series Farscape.
She started out in a kids' show in South Australia called C'Mon Kids in the late eighties. She was a reporter for that show.
MacIntosh has a wealth of acting experience, with an extensive list of TV credits including Police Rescue, The Flying Doctors, Something in the Air, Grass Roots, Stingers, State Coroner, Good Guys Bad Guys, Wildside, McLeod's Daughters, G.P., The Feds III and Chances. She also played a main character in the first season of the BAFTA Award winning BBC show, Jeopardy. Most recently MacIntosh played Dr Amelia Ward on Episode 9 of the ABC's Crownies.
Macintosh's film and theatre credits include Police Rescue: The Movie, the Melbourne Theatre Company's Shark Fin Soup, the Sydney Theatre Company's Private Lives, and the Ensemble Theatre's Blinded By The Sun, Sleeping Beauty (2011 film) in post-production.
She had a recurring role on Sea Patrol portraying Commander Maxine 'Knocker' White.
She now plays Dr Mac in ABC's new show Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries.
MacIntosh is married to Mark Yeats. The couple have a son, Benjamin.
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