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Tamzin Malleson

Tamzin Malleson

United Kingdom

Age: 49

Born: 01 May, 1974

Known for

In Teachers (UK) as Penny Nevilleas Penny Neville

in Teachers (UK)
In Bodies as Dr. Polly Greyas Dr. Polly Grey

in Bodies
In Boy Meets Girl as Siobhanas Siobhan

in Boy Meets Girl

TV Series Starring Tamzin Malleson

Boy Meets GirlBoy Meets Girl
ITV, 2009 | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
Rating: 1/5

Drop out-DIY employee Danny Reed experiences a major identity crisis when he's struck by lightning - causing him to switch bodies with a female fashion journalist called Veronica Burton. Danny's first reaction is to find out where the person he used to be has gone. But it soon dawns on him that no-one knows! Will they ever get their bodies back?

BBC Three, 2004 | Drama
Rating: 5/5

Rob suspects his boss is incompetent and risks his career to stop his negligence. His affair with colleague Donna leaves him hungry for more. This gritty medical drama follows the aftermath of a young mother's death and the cover-up culture in the hospital. Stars Max Beesley, Keith Allen and Patrick Baladi.

Teachers (UK)Teachers (UK)
Channel 4, 2001 | Comedy, Drama
Rating: 2.5/5

Teachers is a Channel 4 comedy about a group of immature teachers at Summerdown School in Bristol. The show's theme song is "The Boy With The Arab Strap" by Belle and Sebastian. The series depicts the personal and professional lives of the teachers, who are often more concerned with their own issues than their students'.