In between her onstage roles, CORONATION Street actress Kate Spencer said she works in a theater’s box office.
The actress, who became well-known for her role as Grace Vickers in the ITV soap opera, has traded the pavement for Derby Theatre.
While working the box office, 29-year-old Kate exclaimed how thrilled she was to be given a last-minute part in the theatrical adaptation of Alex Wheatle’s book Home Girl.
She rehearsed on stage an hour later after working in the box office.
“The smile says it all, even if I may have sweat through my leggings.
“It was a whirlwind couple of days, but it was wonderful to hang out with #HomeGirl during its performance at Derby Theatre.
Covid cover completed at the last minute, mate.
Kate has lately been outside of acting before; during the Covid epidemic, she worked part-time as an estate agent.
The actress admitted that as her career on the serial opera dwindled down, she had turned to real estate to regain some “regularity” in her life.
Along with two images of herself holding flowers and a balloon, she said, “Today was the last day at the part-time job I worked throughout lockdown.”
Huge thanks to @BelvoirLetsWB for accepting me with open arms, teaching me everything there is to know about real estate, giving me some regularity throughout the past year, and always making me laugh.
“10 months of gratitude,” she wrote with the joyful photos of the celebrity outside her place of employment while dressed for the office.
It follows Kate’s admission that she married Paul Walker in June, a year after he proposed to her.
She announced the big day would occur on Instagram and talked about the beautiful weather.
In June of last year, Kate, 29, made it known that she had accepted Paul’s proposal at an amazing restaurant by flashing her engagement ring.
She told the audience that he proposed to her while getting down on one knee near the table at a classy steakhouse, and that “all the tears” followed.
In episodes that aired earlier this year, Kate’s Coronation Street character Grace was seen leaving the cobblestones.
Fortunately for Kate, her hobbies—which include helping at a nearby theater and mentoring youngsters in foster care—have kept her occupied.
I currently work at a box office in addition to Coronation Street because I enjoy doing other things “She spoke with the Mirror.
“I return to Derby and work in the box office if I have a calm period to work on my storyline. My tenure there is five years.
“I also tutor young people in foster care, and I give lectures at my previous theater school,” she continued. I genuinely love it. I gain a lot of self-knowledge.”