Katrina Devine

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Katrina Devine
BornJuly 1980
Northern Ireland
NationalityNew Zealander
OccupationTelevision actress
Years active1994–present
Spouse(s)
(m. 2001,divorced)

Katrina Devine (born July 1980) [1] is an Irish-born New Zealand actress.

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Biography

Devine migrated to New Zealand with her family when she was six years old and competed in Irish dance during her teens. [2] In 1994, Katrina earned a role on Shortland Street , which she appeared in for eight years playing receptionist Minnie Crozier. [2] [3] In 1998, she won the best supporting actress award at the New Zealand Television Awards for her work on the show. [4]

Later, in 2001, Devine married former Shortland Street co-star Blair Strang; [5] the couple later divorced. [6] In 2003, Katrina played the villainous Marah on Power Rangers Ninja Storm , and later returned to play the recurring role of Cassidy on Power Rangers Dino Thunder in 2004. [2]

Devine has sung in several musical productions and was an editor of the New Zealand teen magazine Creme. [7] [2]

Filmography

Film and television
YearTitleRoleNotes
1994–2001 Shortland Street Minnie Crozier Regular role
2001 Xena: Warrior Princess NichaEpisode: "Last of the Centaurs"
2002 Atomic Twister GloriaTV film
2002 Street Legal MaureenEpisodes: "The Good Son", "Sea of Troubles"
2003 Power Rangers Ninja Storm Marah Regular role
2004 Power Rangers Dino Thunder Cassidy Cornell Regular role
2004 Not Only But Always TV Showbiz ReporterTV film
2006The GiftSusieWritten and Directed by Ryan Furlong (Short)
2006Snake RoadGirlfriendTV short
2007 Left for Dead Lori
2010The Man Who Loved FlowersYoung WomanShort

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References

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