Who is Obsession star Charlie Murphy and is she married? | The Sun

EVERYBODY is talking about Netflix's steamy thriller Obsession.

The raunchy TV series brings with it rising star Charlie Murphy.

Who is Obsession star Charlie Murphy?

Born Charlotte Murphy in Ireland on April 19, 1988, Charlie is an award-winning Irish actress

She got her breakout role in 2010 in Love/Hate playing Siobhan Delaney.

The talented actress is also a star on the stage too, and has a number of theatre credits, including a part in West End show The Lieutenant of Inishmore by Martin McDonagh in 2018.

Charlie is also an avid user of Instagram and can be found at the handle @charliemurphyactress.

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Is Charlie Murphy married and does she have any children?

Charlie likes to keep her personal life private, but we do know she is in a relationship.

The actress is dating British theatre and film director Sam Yates.

It's not reported that she has any children.

What else has Charlie Murphy starred in?

Before Obsession, Charlie was best known for her role as Ann Gallagher in the hit BBC One series Happy Valley (2014–2023).

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Viewers will also recognise the actress from her role as Jessie Eden in Peaky Blinders.

In 2023 Charlie starred in Netflix's Obsession.

On the steamy TV series, she plays the role of Anna, a woman who works for the foreign office and embarks on an affair with her boyfriend’s father.

Discussing her role on Obsession, Charlie told Radio Times: "It was the most dynamic and fun role I could ever have imagined."

She continued: “On the one hand, [Anna's] desperately looking for normality to anchor and heal her and that’s what she gets from Jay, but the destructive side seeks out danger and annihilation and that’s what William represents.”

Charlie's acting career has seen her win many awards.

She won the 2013 Irish Film and Television Award for Best TV Actress for her role in the renowned Irish crime drama.

She also went on to bag two IFTA Awards, one for Best Actress in a Supporting Role as Ann Gallagher in Happy Valley, and another for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in Peaky Blinders in 2018.

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