Susan Tully Biography
Birthday: October 20, 1967 (Libra)
Born In: Highgate, London, England
Susan Tully is a British actress, TV personality, and director who is famous for her long-running role as Michelle in the TV series ‘EastEnders’. Tully plunged into acting as a hobby when she was a child and later studied at the Anna Scher Children’s theater. She soon landed many roles as a child actor and was first seen as a host in the children’s program ‘Our Show’. She subsequently appeared in ‘The Saturday Banana’, ‘Why Can’t I Go Home?’, ‘Never Never Land’, and her first hit ‘Grange Hill.’ She landed her breakthrough as Michelle with ‘EastEnders’, a role she played for over a decade in over 800 episodes . At the end of the 1990s, Susan Tully decided to switch from acting and became a director for TV series. Her popular releases as a director include ‘Getting On’, ‘Secret Diary of a Call Girl’, ‘Stella’, ‘Puppy Love’, ‘The A Word’, ‘Lark Rise to Candleford’, and ‘The Chase.’ More recently, she starred in the documentary ‘Anna’ and directed episodes of the popular BBC procedural series ‘Line of Duty.’ Currently, Tully is busy working on her next project ‘C.B. Strike’, scheduled for release in 2020.