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Tiffany Rose Mulheron
18 December 1984
|Relatives||Ashley Mulheron (sister)|
Tiffany Rose Mulheron (born 18 December 1984) is a Scottish actress, best known for playing Natalie Osborne on Hollyoaks from July 2003 to November 2004.
Mulheron is married to businessman Jonathan Rose; they live in Malibu with their twin children.[ citation needed ] She is the sister of Ashley Mulheron.
|2006||Just in Time||Lisa Remington|
|2009||Lesbian Vampire Killers||Heidi|
|2009||Vivaldi, the Red Priest||Anna Grimani|
|2003||Stacey Stone||Nat||Episode: "Kiss Chase"|
|2003–2004||Hollyoaks||Natalie Osborne||Series regular|
|2007–2008||Life Is Wild||Emily Banks||11 episodes|
|2010||Undercovers||Tessa||Episode: "Xerces - In tödlicher Mission"|
|2011||Pair of Kings||Princess Iris||Episode: "The King and Eyes"|
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