Susan Tully Married, Husband, Children, Personal Life, Lesbian, Now
Unlike many individuals, Susan Tully recognized her inner calling for acting at an early age. The actress intrigued the audience in the small age of nine by giving excellent performance in the live television Children’s program Our Show. Susan is an English television producer, director and former actress who is best known for the portrayal of a single mother, Michelle Fowler in BBC Soap Opera EastEnders.
Career and Progression:
As we said earlier, Susan Tully began her professional career from the age of nine by hosting in Our Show. After that, she appeared in the BBC children’s television series, Grange Hill. Susan took a little break from 1981 to 1984 and returned with a major role in BBC’s television series, EastEnders. After working in the series for a while, Susan left the show with the commitment of not returning and her role was offered to Jenna Russell.
Following her passion for acting, she began directing television shows from the late 1990s. She has directed episodes of multiple television series which includes London’s Burning, 55 Degrees North, The Bill, Funland, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Good Cop, Getting On, Truckers and Puppy Love. She also served as a director in the 6th episode of BBC drama television series, Yellow Peppers in 2016. From 2016 to 2017, Susan served as a director of BBC's The A Word.
One of her castmembers of EastEnders, Sandy Ratcliff is now no more and has been found dead in early April 2019. Sandy is thought to have died at a care home in Stamford Hill, North London. Being one of the original cast members, Susan portrayed Michelle Fower alongside Sandy, who played Sue Osman.
The character of Susan as Michelle got lauded by many viewers of EastEnders. Until 1995, Susan's role got credited with saving EastEnders and the viewers found that the hit BBC series collapsed to only seven million views before the story of her on-screen pregnancy was announced.
Susan Tully as Michelle Fower in BBC's 'EastEnders' (Photo: dailymail.co.uk)
Currently, Susan has been pretty much involved in her direction work and in 2019, she directed Tim Roth's show Tin Star. During the late April 2019, Susan directed the episode 5.5 of BBC's Line of Duty, that is the 90-minute final episode of the current season. After spotting her name credits on Line of Duty's final episode, her fans quickly reacted on social media affirming that Susan is a brilliant and renowned producer.
How Much Is Susan’s Worth?
Susan started working in the television sector from the early 1980s. She has completed more than three decades in the field by working as an actor and director for television series. The earnings from her long work in the sector must have helped her to garner huge revenue. Although she loathes revealing, we suspect she enjoys a substantial net worth in thousands.
Is Susan Tully Secretly Married?
Well, we all have seen Susan spreading romance in the television screen and must also have assumed the actress may be similar in real life. However, the reality seems to be reverse of audience expectations. The seeming romantic girl, Susan is reportedly single and unmarried. The actress has barely made the headlines with the issues of her personal life and relationship.
Moreover, her beautiful looks and charismatic aura keep making us suspicious that she might be keeping the personal life under wraps. We never know, the actress may be secretly married and enjoying a wonderful life with husband and children.
On the other hand, her single relationship status has led many to speculate that she may belong to gay or lesbian orientation. But she hasn’t shown such traits until now nor has disclosed about her partner so far.
Susan Tully's Short Bio:
Susan “Sue” Tully, known as, Susan Tully was born on 20 October 1967 in Highgate, London, England. She is a daughter of Watch-case maker and grew up on London council estate. The actress studied in Barnsbury, Islington and took an acting class on Anna Scher children’s theater. She has a medium height of 1.61 meters (5 feet 3½ inches).