You need to see Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn in a 2011 horror movie

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We all know Chrishell Stause from Selling Sunset was a soap actress before the show, but did you know Christine Quinn also had an acting career?

Yep, just days after the estate agent went viral thanks to an unearthed clip of her singing, fans have now discovered her appearance in a 2011 horror film. Christine, who shares a newborn son with Christian Richard, was in Shark Night 3D, and the footage is quite something.

The thriller follows a group of seven friends who go to the Louisiana Gulf for a party weekend away. Things take an unfortunate turn when a shark attacks them, with Jess (played by Christine) quickly becoming the first victim.

10 years later, Selling Sunset fans are all over the clip, and have loved discovering Christine's acting career. "Selling Sunset!!" one fan wrote, while another put, "This movie is actually so underrated."

Someone else pointed out you can actually watch Shark Night 3D on Netflix, so you could theoretically do a Christine Quinn double bill. Incredible.

Photo credit: Youtube
Photo credit: Youtube

This comes as Christine recently opened up about being 'annoyed every day' while filming season four of the show, thanks to drama from her past being dragged up. The season focusses on her history with Emma Hernan, as the pair used to date the same person.

She told Page Six, "Part of being on a reality show is you have to talk about things that you wouldn’t necessarily even give a s–t about in real life, but that’s just the way that it is... So, we all did our best to try to make a good season out of it.

"[I was] annoyed every single day [on set.] It’s not something that I would actually care about."

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