What happened to Emmerdale actress Joanne Mitchell and what else has she been in?
Fans of the ITV serial opera Emmerdale may recall actress Joanne Mitchell from back in 2013.
She has since been in other TV programs and is even married to Dominic Brunt, a 51-year-old co-star of Emmerdale.
However, who is Joanne and what happened to her Emmerdale character? This is what we do know:
Who did Joanne Mitchell play in Emmerdale?
Joanne went on to portray four different roles in Emmerdale after graduating from drama school.
She made her debut in the soap opera in 2003, appearing in two episodes as DS Karen Barnborough.
She played Midwife Yeo in her second job before moving on to prominence as Susan Davies.
Joanne takes replaced Sandra Flaherty’s post in 2016.
The mother of Olivia Flaherty and Gordon Livesy’s second wife, Sandra has struggled with alcoholism and has a close bond with her daughter Liv.
Where is Joanne Mitchell now?
Joanne had a highly successful theater career and portrayed Rosaline in Love’s Labours Lost, Lady McDuff in Macbeth, and Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
She also performed the roles of Jenny in Alan Ayckbourn’s Family Circles and Valerie in Conor McPherson’s The Weir.
She and her husband, Dominic Brunt, a co-star in Emmerdale, co-founded Mitchell Brunt Films in 2011, and she has served as producer and writer on numerous of the company’s movies.
She co-starred in the claustrophobic chiller White Settlers and the Manchester-set thriller Habit after writing and producing the two short horror films The Mighty Witch Killers of Pendle Hill and Shell Shocked.
She has also appeared on Waterloo Road, Holby City, and Doctors on television.
Who is Joanne Mitchell’s husband?
Dominic Brunt, who has played Paddy Kirk since 1997, and Joanne are wed.
While attending The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, the two became friends.