Hayley Carmichael is an English actress who has worked on almost all screen of acting, such as movies, television, and theatre. Her famous on-screen works are Tale of Tales, The Witness for the Prosecution, and Anazapta. The actress has performed in plays such as Aladdin, King Lear, The New tenant, Metamorphosis, and many more. Other than acting, she also works as a theatre-director on her production company.
Is Veteran Actress Hayley Carmichael's Married?
It can be hard to believe, but Haley Carmichael might be single right now. There has been no rumors of relationship at present. She, furthermore, is yet to tie the knot in her life.
Till now, the English actress's romance has been limited to onscreen only. Hayley may have chosen to remain single, and given her advancing age, she might continue to do so, and if that is the case we hope that she finds a suitable partner soon.
As "The Bill" actress is not active on any social media platforms, her lifestyle and whereabouts are a mystery to many. Hopefully, she is happy and content and faring well with her life.
Hayley Carmichael's Net Worth
Carmichael holds a net worth of $500,000 from her career in the acting field.
Check out the trailer of Hayley Carmichael's TV series, "The Witness for the Prosecution"!
On television, Carmichael portrayed the role of Alice Mayhew in the 2016 British mystery drama thriller "The Witness for the Prosecution." Likewise, she worked alongside Toby Jones, Andrea Riseborough, David Haig, Monica Dolan, and Paul Ready.
Quick Facts: Hayley Carmichael
- Hayley Carmichael was born in London, England.
- She attended and graduated from Middlesex Polytechnic in 1993.
- She is the co-founder of a theatrical play company "Told By An Idiot."
- Hayley made her movie debut in "National Achievement" in 1995 while her first television appearance was in Viva Blackpool in 2006.
- She won TMA and Time Out awards for Best Actress for her performance in the theatre play "I Weep At My Piano, Mr. Puntilla," and "The Dispute" in 1999.
- She has performed plays in reputed theatres like Royal Court Theatre, Kneehigh Theatre, and Royal Court Theatre.
- The lady voiced the character of Tiny in the stop-motion animated children's TV series, "Little Robots."