She first became known for the playing role of Maria in the long-running BBC children's programme Grange Hill from 1991 to 1994. She went on to pursue roles in other television shows such as The Brittas Empire in 1997, London's Burning in 2001, A Touch of Frost in 1997, various roles in The Bill (1995, 1996 and 1997), Birds of a Feather in 1997 and 1998 and Lorna Rose in Bad Girls in 1999.
Her stage credits include Godspell in 2011, Solitary Confinement, The Shagaround and playing Lady Anne in Richard III in 1998. In 1997, Bradshaw-White along with fellow This Life cast member Ramon Tikaram (who played Ferdy) were invited by the singer Elton John to appear in his music video for the song "Something About the Way You Look Tonight".
In 2013 she landed the role of Tina Carter in EastEnders, the lesbian sister of Shirley Carter and has remained in the role ever since. Bradshaw-White has been with her partner Annette for 15 years. The couple married in July 2015 and have two daughters. She is a vegetarian.
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