Theresa Healey

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Theresa Healey
Born
Theresa Marie Healey

(1964-01-25) January 25, 1964 (age 56)
Occupation Actor

Theresa Healey (born 25 January 1964) is a New Zealand actress, [1] known mostly for her role as nurse Carmen Roberts in the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street .

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Early life

Theresa was born on 25 January 1964 and is of Irish Catholic descent. As a child, Healey went to a mixture of schools, state and Catholic, including Sacred Heart College in Hamilton. She has 3 siblings: Susan, Mark and Anthony. She went to drama school in Wellington and afterwards moved back to Auckland.

Career

Healey has been a guest on the New Zealand version the television series of Dancing With The Stars and starred as Alison Smart in the New Zealand comedy/drama television series Go Girls . She has also had regular recurring roles on the New Zealand television series Mercy Peak and the television series Xena: Warrior Princess . [2]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1989Kitchen SinkWomanShort film
1994The Last TattooCora Bell
1994 Bread & Roses Peggy
1998Angel WingsBernadetteShort film
2000Savage HoneymoonJenny Webb
2000JubileePauline Williams
2003 Sylvia 3rd Woman at Hughes Lecture

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1993-1995
2020
Shortland Street Carmen Roberts
Rosalyn Mullens
Main role
Guest
19972 PeopleCo-HostTV series
1999Jaffa's Big Picture ShowTV series
2000 Xena: Warrior Princess Celesta"Looking Death in the Eye"
2002 Murder in Greenwich Hildy SoutherlynTV film
2003 Lucy Madelyn PughTV film
2003 Mercy Peak Jill"Great Escape", "Do It for Love", "Rules of the Game"
2009-2012 Go Girls Alison SmartRecurring role
2013 The Blue Rose Helen IrwinRecurring role
2013 Harry Dr. Alex BoucherRecurring role
2013-2014 Agent Anna Sandi WrightMain role
2014CoverbandDee"Noise Control"
2016 Filthy Rich Vivian Hunt Truebridge13 episodes

Awards

Personal life

Healey has two children, Zachary and Xavier, and currently resides in central Auckland, New Zealand.

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References

  1. "Here to stay: The Irish - Teresa Healey". TVNZ. Retrieved 15 September 2011.
  2. "Teresa Healey - presenter biography" (PDF). Johnson&Laird. Retrieved 15 September 2011.