Amy Nuttall Biography
She became best known as Chloe Anderson in the popular soap opera Emmerdale. As Chloe, Amy Nuttall took on the role of an alluring, materialistic waitress who enjoyed flirting with other men despite being in a relationship. Amy Nuttall stayed in the show for five years, from 2000 to 2005.
Before she left Emmerdale, Amy Nuttall was cast opposite Jon Lee and Paul Spicer in Notes from New York at the Trafalger studios. She also exerted her musical talents when she released her debut album entitled Best Days. Amy Nuttall is a classical vocalist. She also made a video for her own rendition of Scarborough Fair which became a hit on Classic FM TV. The album, which also included the equally powerful songs Time to Say Goodbye and Io Le Canto Per Te, landed #4 in the UK classical chart and as well garnered an Album of the Year nomination at the 2006 Classical Brit Awards.
Still in 2006, Amy Nuttall participated in the reality TV show, Celebrity Shark Bait which featured Richard E. Grant and Ruby Wax. She also appeared in BBC1s musical special, Celebrate Oliver! Amy Nuttall as well continued to be active on stage, with theatre credits including Guys and Dolls, wherein she worked with Don Johnson and Patrick Swayze, and as Eliza Dolittle in the UK tour of My Fair Lady.
Amy Nuttall did a performance on BBC Radio 2s Friday Night is Music Night with a live orchestra in January 2007. In May of the same year, she became part of the theater revival of Marc Camolettis French farce Boeing, Boeing. Its release resulted to be a theatrical success, thus its run was extended. Amy Nuttall played alongside actress Patricia Hodge, and actors Roger Allam and Mark Rylance.
Amy Nuttall is currently on stage portraying the character of Sally Bowles in Lyric Theatres Cabaret. Her second album is scheduled to be released on November 2007.