Biography written in Curtain Up magazine, Vol 17, No 6, 1957



BORN in India with an Indian Army background, Christine Finn came to England and studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art for two and a half terms, from which she went straight into a film. After a number of tours she joined Sir Barry Jackson’s Repertory Company at Birmingham, where among the many parts she played during the two years spent there, she remembers especially Hedwig in “The Wild Duck”, Juliette in “Thieves Carnival”, Dorkas in “Penny For A Song”, Tyltyl in “The Blue Bird” and Natalie, a part she created in “Ardele”. From Birmingham she came to the Arts Theatre to play in “Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime” and to Embassy, Swiss Cottage, to play, Ophelia and Olivia. She returned to Birmingham to play “The Boy David” in a revival of Barrie’s play and then went into the Pre-London tour of “Angels in Love”. Before this play came into the West End, Christine decided  to join the Bristol Old Vic company where she played in many notable productions until “Salad Days” was created and came to London, where for two and a half years she was playing Fiona, the young deb, at the Vaudeville Theatre. Since leaving the musical she has done a lot of television work, she is well known to viewers  as Julie Belton in “Emergency Ward 10” - and comes to play Shelley in “The Wind Might Change”

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