English-born Amy Nuttall is a popular actress and singer, perhaps, best known for works in the series Emmerdale, Downton Abbey, and Death in Paradise.
Besides that, she also receives the limelight as a wife of actor Andrew Buchan.
Amy Nuttall was born in 1982, Blackburn, Lancashire, England on June 7 under the zodiac sign, Gemini. She holds British nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Amy is the daughter of a mother Elaine Nuttall and the father Andrew Nuttall. Well, She attended Bury Grammar School Girls and graduated from there. Later, she went to the Tring Park School for Performing Arts.
Amy Nuttall is a married and a proud mother of a child. She was married to her boyfriend turned husband Andrew Buchan in 2012, September 8, Lancashire, United Kingdom.
Her spouse Andrew is an actor who is best known for his work in the series such as Broadchurch, Party Animals, The Fixer, and Garrow’s Law. Well, the couple started dating in the year 2011 and after a year they exchanged their wedding vows.
Finally, after three years of their marriage, the duo together welcomed their first child in 2015, however, the identity of the baby is not available.
Prior to Buchan, Nuttall was dating her co-star of Emmerdale Ben Freeman for four years. As of now, the husband and wife are happily living the blissful life with their child.
Amy Nuttall owns a net worth of $2 million, as of May 2019. She earns an impressive fortune and receives a decent amount of salary from her acting career. Her source of earnings are films, TV series, ads, endorsement deals, and commercials as well.
The average salary of an actress is $39.84 per hour and $50235 per year. She has not disclosed the information about her salary so she might be receiving a similar amount from her career. Besides that, she is a singer and earns around
The actress debuted in 2000 appearing in the TV series Emmerdale and rose to fame. In 2005, Nuttall also worked as Melanie Hughes in the TV movies Hotel Babylon.
Later, she worked in more films and series as Moving On, Hotel Babylon, Downton Abbey, The Musketeers, The Keeping Room, New Tricks, Despite the Falling Snow, and My Husband’s Double Life.