|Born Name||Amybeth McNulty|
|Birth Place||Letterkenny Donegal, Ireland|
|Height||5 feet 5 inches|
|Age||18 as of 2020 (November 7 , 2001)|
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Irish actress Amybeth McNulty won thousands of hearts for her role in the CBC and Netflix’s hit, Anne with an E where she graced the role of the protagonist, Anne Shirley Cuthbert. McNulty is also half Canadian from her mother’s side.
Although the critically claimed hit series based on Lucy Maud Montgomery had to be canceled after the third season, McNulty still managed to gain more popularity with millions of Instagram followers. But, where is she today?
Amybeth McNulty Is Preparing For New Roles
After Anne with an E wrapped up in 2019, actress Amybeth McNulty alongside the rest of the series’ cast took a short break from the career. However, as of early 2020, McNulty is back in business.
McNulty has signed mew projects including Maternal where she is expected to play the lead role of Claire McLeod if things go accordingly to the plan. And, aside from Anne Shirley, Amybeth also performed in Morgan which grossed $8 million, Clean Break, Agatha Raisin, The Sparticle Mystery, and A Risky Undertaking.
In addition, Amybeth McNulty has managed to earn no less than $50,000 as an actress. And, with a promising career in the acting field, she will only make more from here.
Is Amybeth McNulty Dating Anyone?
Fans watched Amybeth McNulty’s character romance onscreen co-star Lucas Jade Zumann who played opposite her. However, in real life, McNulty is yet to find her offscreen Gilbert Blythe.
Well, she is indeed currently single without any boyfriend rumors. But she is happily enjoying her youth and early career life.
As for Zumann, he is in a serious live-in relationship with her school sweetheart aka Shannon Sullivan, a YouTuber, and aspiring Spanish teacher. Zumann often shares his girlfriend on Instagram.
Quick Facts Of Amybeth McNulty
- McNulty is originally a blondie who dyed her hair red for Anne Shirley’s role.
- Selected among 1800 girls who applied for the role.
- Irish Times listed her among the 50 Irish people to watch in 2020.
- Winner of Canadian Screen Awards and ACTRA Toronto Awards.
- Learned ballet & acting classes from An Grianan Theatre.
- She was homeschooled.
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