| Kathleen Tara Moran|
1 June 1971 (age 44) (1971-06-01) Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK
The Road to Coronation Street, Families, Millions
Georgina Bouzova, Danny Boyle, Kay Mellor
Tara Moran Wikipedia
Kathleen Tara Moran (born 1 June 1971 in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire) is an actress.
Moran's television debut was in Yorkshire Television's educational history series for schools, How We Used to Live. During the mid-1980s she played Alice Selby in Series 5 (covering 1902–26) and Susan Brady in Series 6 (1954–70).
She has appeared as Chelsea Richards, alongside a young Jude Law, in ITV's Cheshire-set soap opera Families; as Mary Skillet in Casualty; Felicity Barnes in EastEnders; Helen in Take Me; Anne Moore in A Touch of Frost; Katrina Webb in a 2005 episode of Shameless and Toni Griffiths in Coronation Street.
During 2006–07 Moran played the recurring guest role of Shelly Fitzgerald in ITV's long-running police drama series The Bill, in which her character was eventually discovered to be the abductor of missing child Amy Tennant.