Melanie Clark Pullen was an Irish actress, producer, and writer who lived from July 2, 1975, until March 29, 2022.
Clark Pullen was born and raised in Ireland, where he studied acting at Trinity College in Dublin. She was cast in her most well-known character, Mary Flaherty, in the BBC serial opera EastEnders, shortly after graduating in June 1997.
Clark Pullen stayed in the character of Pauline Fowler’s long-lost relative for 18 months until Wendy Richard’s departure in early 1999.
Clark Pullen has acted in Catherine Cookson’s A Dinner of Herbs, participated in ITV’s big-budget costume drama Lady Audley’s Secret, and played opposite Richard Attenborough and Jenny Agutter in the adaptation of the classic The Railway Children, both in 2000.
Doctors (2000), The League of Gentlemen’s Apocalypse (2005), and The Clinic are among his other film credits (2006).
Clark Pullen’s theatrical credits include Mariane in Tartuffe at the Lyttelton Theatre in 2002, Perdita in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale at the National Theatre in 2001, and co-writing and starring in Missing Stars at the Finborough Theatre in 2001.
Clark Pullen earned the Gradam Gael Linn award for Best Short in the Irish Language at the 51st Cork Film Festival in 2006 for Marion agus a Banphrionsa (Marion and the Princess), a short film she wrote, directed, and produced.
Sounds Good (2004), a short film written by her boyfriend Simon Maxwell was also produced by her.
In the BBC show Inspector George Gently, Melanie Clark Pullen played Lisa Bacchus, the wife of Policeman Sergeant John Bacchus.
Melanie Clark Pullen Real Age
The age of Melanie Clark Pullen is 46. He died at the age of 46. She would be 47 on July 2, 2022.
How Old Is Melanie Clark Pullen?
Melanie Clark Pullen died at the age of 46 on March 29, 2022. She would celebrate her 47th birth anniversary on July 2, 2022.