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The relationship lasted for three years before she revealed that they were no longer a couple.
Whatsonstage similarly picked up on the spirited chemistry the leads seem to share; “[Kara’s] remarkably assured on the stage, blessed with malleable good looks and tremendous lung power, and she makes Eliza a truly feisty opponent to Everett’s self-obsessed, grandiloquent Higgins.” In the Telegraph, Charles Spencer celebrated Kara’s “warmth and vulnerability” marking her out as “an actress of truly great potential” while the Daily Express's Paul Callan said “ the role of Eliza is a challenge for any actress and Miss Tointon faced it with skill and charm”.Tointon's first professional acting experience came when she played the part of Brigitta in The Sound of Music at the Cliffs Pavilion.Her first appearance on television was as an extra in East Enders in 1994, when she played a school friend of Sonia Fowler.Tointon left East Enders, along with co-star Ricky Groves, on 27 August 2009.She co-starred with then partner Joe Swash in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in Bristol in the 2009/2010 pantomime season.She played the part of student Pauline Young in 2001's first series of Teachers on Channel 4.
She also starred in BBC's "Curriculum Bites" as a presenter in 2002.
Tointon revealed that she suffers from dyslexia, and has a reading age of 12.
Peppermint-coloured ballroom dress worn by Tointon in the 2010 series of Strictly Come Dancing, which she won.
I haven't got a bad word to say about it and I will watch it forever." She went on to explain: "If you're single and you go on the show - of course the producers are going to put two single people together.
I knew what [the producers] were doing and why not?
However, Kara appeared to be uncomfortable talking about the so-called Strictly curse: "You know, this is a really difficult subject.