Sally Bretton is an English actress who was born on 23 April 1980, in Hitchin Hertfordshire, England. She is best recognized for her role as Lucy Adams in the BBC sitcom Not Going Out, which she starred in 2007.
The talented artist has worked in theater, cinema and television since the early 2000s, with a couple of productions in the late 1980s. She is also well known for appearing in the films like The Office, Outlaw and Green Wing.
Date of Birth
23 April 1980
Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England
Bretton longed to be a professional actor as she grew up with a great passion to perform. She taught acting classes at the Top Hat Stage and Screen after studying at London's Central School of Speech and drama.
She studied speech and drama at the Central School of speech and Drama. She is a celebrity who belongs to the Richest Celebrities and TV Actresses group. There is a rumor that she has cancer illness but she hasn't publicly announced it.
The estimated net worth of Sally Bretton is around $2 million. She makes her earnings through her successful acting career as an actress. She's been to over 40 films and has even performed in couple of radio plays.
Her work has earned her nominations for awards.
Sally Bretton is married to Lee, a photographer. The couple has three children. The family have moved near Hitchin, Hertfordshire, in 2015 and has been there since.
In 1987, Bretton appeared in two episodes of "Napoleon & Josephine". She was a part of BBC's "Screen One" anthology series. After three years, she returned to television in 2000, appearing in an episode of "Sunburn", which led to a string of appearances the following year, including "Beast", "Armstrong and Miller", "Doctors" and "Dr. Terrible's House of Horrible".
Furthermore, she made an appearance in the episode of "Lesbian Vampire Lovers of Lust". She continued to work, starring in the pilot episode of "Blue Murder" and a supporting role in "Wild West". She started playing Kim Alabaster in the sitcom "Green Wing", which is set in a fictional hospital in 2004.
She stayed with the show until it ended two years later, then went on to work on show including "Wild West", "The Bill" and "Casualty". When she had time she undertook theater work as well. Her earlier work were "Hay Fever" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?". She was the part of the 15-show run of "In Extremis: The Story of Abelard & Heloise" in 2006.
Moreover, she starred in the short film "A Fitting Tribute" in 2007. In the same year, she was cast as Lucy Adams in BBC One's "Not Going Out". She has a significantly different part in the series "Death In Paradise" from 2015 to 2017 while working on the project.