Catherine Tyldesley Bio
Catherine Tyldesley is an English actress, model, and singer. She is best known for playing Iris Moss in the BBC drama Lilies in 2007, and Eva Price on the ITV soap opera Coronation Street from 2011 to 2018.Catherine Tyldesley
Catherine Tyldesley Age
Catherine was born on 17 September 1983. She is currently 35 years old as per 2019 Sept 17th.
Catherine Tyldesley Family
Her second cousin is former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan.
Catherine Tyldesley Husband
Tyldesley admitted on June 2012 that men do not approach her outside of Coronation Street and blamed her character Eva for putting men off. Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Tyldesley said: “I’m so disillusioned with men at the moment.
Possibly men are intimidated by my screen character, I don’t know. I’ve been single for a while. I’ve been on a couple of dates, but it’s been quite a long time now.”
She began dating Tom Pitfield. On 24 August 2014, Catherine announced she and Tom were expecting their first child. In September 2014 the couple got engaged. Tyldesley married Pitfield in a ceremony at which her Coronation Street co-stars attended. She currently divides her time between Walkden and London.
Catherine Tyldesley Child
She gave birth to son Alfie on 18 March 2015. On 21 May 2016.
Catherine Tyldesley Career
Tyldesley is from Walkden, Greater Manchester. She attended St. George’s RC High School and Pendleton College before training at the Birmingham School of Acting (formerly the Birmingham School of Speech & Drama), graduating in 2005.
Tyldesley’s television credits include Coronation Street, Holby City, Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, Sorted, Florence Nightingale Red Riding, Shameless and Trollied. She played the lead role of Iris Moss in the Liverpool-set BBC drama Lilies. She also appeared in the comedy television pilot Guantanamo Phil, part of the Channel 4 Comedy Showcase 2009.
In 2010, Tyldesley played the role of Abi Peterson in Emmerdale for two months. Tyldesley sings in the range of a mezzo-soprano. She has also modeled for the House of Fraser. In 2016, she released her debut studio album, Rise.
Tyldesley played a midwife in an episode broadcast on 13 January 2006. In May 2011, Tyldesley was cast in the regular role of Eva. The actress began filming her first scenes that month. During an interview with Digital Spy, Tyldesley revealed that there had been a lot of competition for the role of Eva and that she felt “incredibly lucky” to have secured the part. Tyldesley said she felt “nervous” when she first arrived on set.
Speaking to What’s on TV, she said that she had a “mini freak out” when filming her first scenes in The Rovers. Tyldesley added that Coronation Street is “absolutely legendary” and is thrilled to be a part of the cast. After impressing producers, it was later confirmed that Tyldesley was to be kept on as a permanent member of the cast. After signing a new six-month contract, an executive said that Eva will be involved in some “cracking” storylines towards the end of the year.
In May 2012, Tyldesley expressed her desire for a long-term stint on the show. Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Tyldesley said “I’ve always wanted to be in Corrie. So when I got the phone call to tell me that I’d got the part, I was thrilled to bits.”She also added that Eva has got “so much scope”.
Tyldesley at Manchester Pride 2011 on the Coronation Street float.
Before she appeared on screen, Eva was described as being “feisty”. Tyldesley revealed more about her character, saying “Eva is a little bit of a princess! She’s been spoiled rotten, so she’s somewhat high maintenance and a little bit of a drama queen. She’s definitely used to getting her own way.”The actress said her character adores her mother and they share a great relationship.
When Eva enters the show, her circumstances force her to be angrier than she normally is. Tyldesley said that Eva does have a softer side, which she believed viewers would see in the future. When asked why Eva and Karl do not get along, Tyldesley said “I think it’s because they’re both quite similar. When Eva first joins the street, she’s had a little bit of turmoil with past relationships and things like that, so I think she feels like she wants to be quite selfish at the moment, which annoys Karl.
But she’s always been full of self-importance because she’s always been spoiled – she’s not known any different.”Tyldesley revealed that Eva is not a lesbian character, despite a newspaper report, and that she definitely loves the boys. When asked about Eva’s type, Tyldesley said that they would have to be “on her wavelength” as Eva gets bored and frustrated with people who are not on her level.
In May 2012, Tyldesley commented that Eva’s glamorous lifestyle can be “straining” and she enjoys time off work so she can wear normal and more comfortable clothes.
Catherine Tyldesley Tom Pitford
Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley catches the eye in cinched grey evening dress as she stepped out for dinner with husband Tom Pitford
She’s just returned from a winter break to Dubai with her husband Tom Pitford and son Alfie. And Catherine Tyldesley wasted no time showing off her bronzed figure as she headed for a romantic dinner date in Manchester. The Coronation Street actress, 35, stunned as she joined Tom dressed in a glittery cinched evening dress which hugged her curves to perfection while showing off a hint of cleavage.Catherine & husband Tom looking stunning
Catherine’s husband Tom – who she married in 2016 – opted for a black jumper and dark jeans while flashing his pearly whites for the camera.
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Emmerdale’s Catherine Tyldesley reveals the sporting family tree at LCCC suite launch
And the official red carpet opening of Lancashire County Cricket Club’s new hospitality suite The Point was also an emotional one for glamorous Emmerdale star Catherine Tyldesley and her family. For Catherine’s great-great uncles were the famed Lancashire cricketing brothers Ernest and John Thomas Tyldesley, who the LCCC’s former function room had been named after.
But Catherine and dad Graham said they were more than happy for that room to make way for the state-of-the-art new venue. Catherine, who plays prison officer Abi Peterson in the Yorkshire-set soap, says: “I’ve always had an interest in my family tree, and the fact our family is tied into somewhere like the LCCC is really fantastic.
“The Tyldesley name still lives on in the plaques inside the Pavillion, so although the suite has gone it’s great to see what they’ve done in its place.” Despite her ancestors’ sporting pedigree, as two of the club’s most prolific run-getters of all time, Catherine tells me she’s not so clued up on cricket herself.
Catherine Tyldesley Net Worth
Her net worth is still under review.
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