Tuesday 21 October 2014

Tallafornia's Corminator in 'early days' of romance with Romanian/Irish actress

Aishling Phelan

Published 16/01/2014 | 12:38

Guests arrive at the Irish Premiere of 'The Wolf of Wallstreet' at The Savoy, Dublin, Ireland - 15.01.14. Pictures: Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM *** Local Caption *** Cormac Branagan, Sandra Huzuneanu
Cormac Branagan and Sandra Huzuneanu
Pictured with Nidge from Love/Hate (Photo: Sandra Huzuneanu)
Romanian actress and Love/Hate star Sandra Huzuneanu. (Photo: Sandra Huzuneaunu/Facebook)

Tallifornia star Cormac Branagan has been spotted with a new woman in his life - Romanian actress and Love/Hate star Sandra Huzuneanu.

The pair arrived at the Irish Premiere of 'The Wolf of Wallstreet' at The Savoy in Dublin last night.

The model confirmed that they were casually dating but did not want to disclose when the pair originally started going out.

‘‘Well obviously it’s personal, but it’s just casual,’’ she told Independent.ie.

The actress made an appearance in the final episode of the last series of Love/Hate as Violetta.

‘‘Well my character wasn’t killed off in the last episode so I could make an appearance again if it came up,’’ she said.

The 23-year-old ruled out making an appearance on any reality tv, despite the fact that her new squeeze gained his profile on TV3's Tallafornia.

‘‘No, definitely not. Reality TV just isn’t for me. Obviously it has its perks and there are lots of ups and downs but no it isn’t for me,’’ she insisted.

Tallafornia was a ratings hit for TV3, following the adventures of a bunch of young people living in Tallaght as they engage in booze- fuelled antics when not pumping iron in the gym.

Sandra has also appeared in RTE’s The Mario Rosenstock show, appeared in FHM and will travel to the UK in a couple of months for several films.

The pair may not get to see much of each other as Sandra will spend the next few months in the UK.

Originally from Bucharest in Romania, she has been living between Ireland, Ibiza and London for the past five years.

She has studied English, music and drama and gained a BA in Drama (Performance) from Dublin Institute of Technology.

The self-described ‘‘jack of all trades in the field of performance’’ has been working as a paid dancer for over a year in The Wright Venue in Swords in Dublin.

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