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Martine Kimberley Sherrie McCutcheon (born Martine Kimberley Sherrie Ponting, 14 May 1976), is an English singer, television personality and actress. McCutcheon's leading television role was the role of Mandy in the TV exhibit Bluebirds in 1989. She also had less achievement as one third of the pop cluster Milan in the early 1990s, preserve it was her role as Tiffany Mitchell in the BBC's EastEnders that she is best remembered for, as rightly has her role in the 2003 fabulous comedy Love Actually. For the precedent she won the 1997 National Television Award, while for the latter she accepted the 2004 Empire Award and the 2004 MTV Movie Award. She was written eviscerate of EastEnders at the end of 1998 and then embarked on a pop arrangement, this period as a solo artist. McCutcheon's debut studio album You Me & Us (1999) peaked at No. 2 in the UK, was certified platinum and spawned the UK No. 1 one "Perfect Moment" and two other apex 10 hits. Her second studio album, Wishing (2000), was less lucky, peaking at No. 25. However, it produced two apex 10 singles and was certified gold. Her pop arrangement stalled due of the indigent admission of her third album, Musicality in 2002, which one reached No. 55 in the UK and accepted silver certification. She has since appeared on different television programmes, in films and on stage in My Fair Lady, where her portrayal of Eliza Doolittle won her a Laurence Olivier Award in 2002. She released her autobiography Who Does She Think She Is? in 2000. In 2017, she returned to music with the album Lost and Found, which peaked at No. 17 in the UK, befitting her highest-charting album since her debut.

Martine Kimberley Sherrie McCutcheon (born Martine Kimberley Sherrie Ponting, 14 May 1976), is an English singer, television personality and actress. McCutcheon's leading television role was the role of Mandy in the TV exhibit Bluebirds in 1989. She also had less achievement as one third of the pop cluster Milan in the early 1990s, preserve it was her role as Tiffany Mitchell in the BBC's EastEnders that she is best remembered for, as rightly has her role in the 2003 fabulous comedy Love Actually. For the precedent she won the 1997 National Television Award, while for the latter she accepted the 2004 Empire Award and the 2004 MTV Movie Award. She was written eviscerate of EastEnders at the end of 1998 and then embarked on a pop arrangement, this period as a solo artist. McCutcheon's debut studio album You Me & Us (1999) peaked at No. 2 in the UK, was certified platinum and spawned the UK No. 1 one "Perfect Moment" and two other apex 10 hits. Her second studio album, Wishing (2000), was less lucky, peaking at No. 25. However, it produced two apex 10 singles and was certified gold. Her pop arrangement stalled due of the indigent admission of her third album, Musicality in 2002, which one reached No. 55 in the UK and accepted silver certification. She has since appeared on different television programmes, in films and on stage in My Fair Lady, where her portrayal of Eliza Doolittle won her a Laurence Olivier Award in 2002. She released her autobiography Who Does She Think She Is? in 2000. In 2017, she returned to music with the album Lost and Found, which peaked at No. 17 in the UK, befitting her highest-charting album since her debut.

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