Biography written in 1954 for the pamphlet of the play 'The School Of Wives' at the Theatre Royal in Bristol
"Christine Finn is here for the season. Born in India, she came to England in 1946 and worked for a while at a clerical job with the B.B.C. 'Noticed' for a performance with the B.B.C. Staff Amateur Company, arrangements were made for her to go to Drama School - L.A.M.D.A. Her first professional work was a part in the film, "The Romantic Age" followed by a juvenile lead in a tour of the play, "Random Harvest"
She was then engaged by the Birmingham Repertory Company for two years ending last summer with Lady Grey in "Henry VI" Part III at the Old Vic. A televisions engagement followed as Mrs Crichton in "Larger Than Life" and at the Arts Theatre, London she played Sybil Merton in "Lord Arthur Saville's Crime". She returned to Birmingham to play David in "The Boy David", then back to London at the Embassy for Ophelia in "Hamlet" and Olivia in "Twelfth Night"
A part in the film, "The Large Rope" (not yet released) and a tour of "Angels in Love" preceded her engagement with the Bristol Old Vic."