Sharon Duncan-Brewster

Sharon Duncan-Brewster
is a British actress. She is perhaps best known for her role as Crystal Gordon in Bad Girls during the first four series; her role as Trina Johnson on EastEnders; and her role as Maggie Cain in the autumn 2009 Doctor Who special, The Waters of Mars. She was also the voice over for Catherine Hunter in The Journey on FIFA 17, FIFA 18 and FIFA 19.


Duncan-Brewster portrayed the role of Crystal Gordon in the first four series of ITV prison drama series Bad Girls. After leaving the programme at the end of its fourth series she guest-starred in Holby City, Waking the Dead, Babyfather and daytime soap opera Doctors. From February to September 2009 Duncan-Brewster appeared on the BBC soap opera EastEnders as Trina Johnson, estranged wife of Lucas Johnson. She appeared in the 2009 Doctor Who special "The Waters of Mars" as Maggie Cain. Duncan-Brewster also appeared on the medical TV series Body Story in 1998, playing a club singer and influenza patient named Holly Jones. In 2011, Duncan-Brewster appeared in all four episodes of TV drama Top Boy. She originated the role of "C" in the play Crave by Sarah Kane, and played the role of Catherine Hunter, who is Alex Hunter's mother, in the FIFA 17's story mode known as "The Journey". Duncan-Brewster reprised the role of Catherine Hunter in FIFA 18's The Journey: Hunter Returns and FIFA 19's The Journey: Champions. She also portrayed Kitty in the BBC One production of The Long Song in December 2018.

Personal life

Duncan-Brewster attended Raine's Foundation School in Bethnal Green from 1987 to 1991.




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