Actress Natalie J. Robb is one of Emmerdale's biggest stars playing 'mucky' Moira Dingle.
However, the Emmerdale cast member isn't just known for her work on the ITV soap.
Natalie, 44, has also appeared in a number of different programmes – and looked completely different.
This includes BBC hospital drama Doctors, where the Scottish star played series regular Dr Jude Carlyle between 2001–2004.
As Moira, brunette Natalie rocks shorter fringed locks, which she sometimes sports in a curly style.
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However, back in her Doctors days, the star had poker straight and super-long tresses.
Jude, from Glasgow, developed a black sense of humour from being a police surgeon and could 'drink most men under the table'.
Quite like her Emmerdale character, Jude was given to wild impulses and was attracted to the dark and the dangerous.
She was married twice but both marriages were big mistakes, with the second lasting just six weeks when Jude discovered her husband in bed with her sister, Beth.
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Jude had an affair with her boyfriend's father, Bill in 2004 and became pregnant and was unsure who the father was.
When Bill's wife found out about the affair, she pushed Jude down the stairs.
The baby wasn't but Jude decided she would have nothing more to do with the family and eventually left Letherbridge to be with her family in Glasgow.
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As well as her role on Doctors, also appeared on ITV police drama The Bill as PC Andrea Dunbar between 2004-2005.
She has also appeared in EastEnders, Holby City and Waterloo Road, amongst others.
Natalie, who is the youngest of three children attended weekend drama groups in Glasgow as a child, where she was discovered by director Alan Macmillan.
She later went to the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and made her screen debut as a nine-year-old starring in an STV docudrama with veteran Scots star Tom Conti.
At 13, she was awarded the BBC Young Entertainer of the Year award on kids' TV show, Going Live! and at the age of 14, she got the role of Trish McDonald in Scottish soap, Take the High Road, which launched her TV career.
She has certainly been a busy lady over the years.
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