Tina Thomsen

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Tina Thomsen
Copenhagen, Denmark
Years active1990–present

Tina Thomsen is a Denmark-born Australian actress whose roles include Finlay Roberts in the soap opera Home and Away and Tanga on Farscape . [1]



Home and Away Finlay Roberts Seasons 4–7 (main role, 331 episodes)
Seasons 9–10 (recurring, 14 episodes)
1995 G.P. Callie ButlerSeason 7, episode 12
1996 Shark Bay DebbieSeason 1 (main role, 26 episodes)
1997 Big Sky JenSeason 1, episode 11
1998 All Saints CherylSeason 1, episode 1
1999 Farscape TangaSeason 1, episode 6
Other work
2018–19Forever ElleWriter, director; Seasons 2–3 (19 episodes)
2018Byte Size BlissWriter, director; Season 1 (10 episodes)
2019Dis-placedWriter, director; Season 1 (10 episodes)

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