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She appeared along with Reece Shearsmith, Katherine Parkinson, Steffan Rhodri, Elizabeth Berrington and David Armand at the Harold Pinter theatre, a Sonia Friedman production directed by Jeremy Herrin.Michael Billington of The Guardian wrote "all the performances in this production are finely judged.Her co-stars were Rupert Everett and Dame Diana Rigg.Kara played what the Guardian’s Michael Billington called “a luminous and refreshing” Eliza to Rupert Everett’s Professor Higgins “capturing perfectly the arc of [her] development”.In week 6 she was top of the leaderboard with her Salsa.She also had good scores for the next five weeks of 36, 38, 35, 34 and 38.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”.
Almost a month after her last Dream Team episode aired, it was revealed to the press that she would be joining the BBC soap East Enders as a new character, Dawn Swann.
Her first appearance on television was as an extra in East Enders in 1994, when she played a school friend of Sonia Fowler.
She played the part of student Pauline Young in 2001's first series of Teachers on Channel 4.
Kara Tointon has just the right broodiness as the edgy Evelyn, who is like a comic version of the young mother in Edward Bond's Saved".
She then played Giny in Ayckbourn's Relatively Speaking, a four handed comedy set in 1965 with Felicity Kendal, Jonathan Coy and Max Bennett at the Wyndham's theatre in the summer of 2013.