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Because of the miserable sales, her contract was cancelled.
Mc Cutcheon made an auspicious comeback to film in 2003 when first-time director Richard Curtis cast her in the high profile role of Natalie in the romantic comedy “Love Actually,” which went on to become a blockbuster hit and received positive reviews.
The group toured with bands like East 17 before splitting up in April 1994.
Back to acting, Mc Cutcheon enjoyed a huge break when she won the regular role of Tiffany on the British soap opera “East Enders.” Mc Cutcheon was on the show from 1995 to 1998, during which time she was handed a 1997 National Television award for Most Popular Actress and a 1999 British Soap for Best Storyline. Less flourishing than its predecessor, the album failed to enter the Top 10 and only peaked at No.25 on the British Album charts. 2 hit “I'm Over You” and the single “On The Radio,” which was used as the theme song for Hibernian striker Amadou Konte. Also in 2000, Mc Cutcheon made her big screen debut by playing the supporting role of Mia in the comedy “Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang),” which starred Chris Penn.
Mc Cutcheon also dated “East Enders” costar Paul Nicholls and Simply Red singer Mick Hucknall.At age 10, she was accepted into the renowned Italia Conti drama school in London.Mc Cutcheon's first real acting job arrived when she landed a part in the BBC children's series “Bluebirds.” At the time, she was 13 years old.Recently starring as Susan Penwarden in ITV's soap “Echo Beach” (2008), Mc Cutcheon is set to portray Gina in “Miss Marple: They Do It with Mirrors” (2009, TV).Daughter of bestselling writer Jenny Tomlin, the Hackney native has released two autobiographies: “Who Does She Think She Is?
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Meanwhile, in 1997, Mc Cutcheon resumed her singing career by performing at the “Children In Need” telethon on the BBC, and after the show, she was invited to sing for a charity event with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall. She also appeared in an episode of the British series “The Knock” and released an autobiography titled “Who Does She Think She Is?