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Tushka Bergen

Tushka Bergen was born in London to opera singer Beverley Bergen, and conductor, Anthony Hose.  International in her upbringing and experience, Tushka began her acting career at the age of nine, in a role from the modern opera “Australia Fair” at the Sydney Opera House, where she was directed to spit watermelon seeds into the audience. This was followed by a major role in the German language film “Don Quixote’s Children” whilst living in West Berlin, then Australian projects “Mad Max III,” “The Place At The Coast,” “Outback,” as well as her AFI nominated performance in the critically acclaimed “Always Afternoon.”

After guest roles in many TV shows in Germany, including the renowned show “Derrick,” followed by the British series “Poirot” and “Bergerac,” Tushka first endeared herself to American Audiences as Robert Sean Leonard’s love interest in Disney’s “Swing Kids.” Soon after “Swing Kids,” Tushka caught the attention of audiences and critics alike with her sparkling performance in Whit Stillman’s Barcelona.

After Barcelona, Tushka returned to her native England to shoot Malcolm Clarke’s Voices playing American chanteuse Lily Buxton opposite Jeremy Northam.  Then, to her immense delight, Tushka was chosen by Academy Award winning director Michael Caccoyannis (Zorba The Greek) to play “Anya” in his European feature film production of Chekov’s The Cherry Orchard with Alan Bates, Charlotte Rampling and Katrin Cartlidge.

Additional projects include Journey To The Center Of The Earth starring opposite Treat Williams directed by George Miller, leads in the Australian feature films “Hurrah,” “Turning April” and “Horseplay,” as well as guest roles in the US as “Dr. Crane’s” girlfriend on the hit NBC comedy “Frasier,” “Northern Exposure,” “Angel” and “CSI.”

Bergen and her husband, CNN Journalist John Vause, spent many years in Jerusalem and Beijing, and have one daughter.  Tushka has since returned to Los Angeles and her acting career, most recently appearing in the new Apple TV+ series “For All Mankind.”