ITV’s Too Close arrived on our screens on April 12th but fans have been drawn to the series’ director, Sue Tully, who was once a star of EastEnders.
Too Close is ITV’s latest gripping drama series and it features a number of familiar faces among its cast.
On top of that, the thriller’s production team also includes several notable names including that of the series’ director, Sue Tully.
Avid TV fans will know Sue Tully from her 10-year stint on EastEnders but just how did she go from soap star to acclaimed director?
Too Close on ITV
Too Close arrived on ITV on Monday, April 12th, 2021.
The three-episode series tells the story of Dr Emma Robertson (Emily Watson), a forensic psychiatrist who hopes to make her career by taking on the high-profile case of Connie Mortensen.
Played by Denise Gough, Connie has committed an unspeakable crime but filled with trauma and anxiety, she has no memory of the crime in question.
Too Close’s director
- Too Close was directed by Sue Tully.
Long-time TV fans will know Sue Tully, now 53, from her 10-year stint on EastEnders where she played the character Michelle Fowler from 1985 until 1995.
Sue also played the role of Suzanne Ross on the school-based drama Grange Hill from 1981 to 1984.
After leaving her role on the BBC soap, Sue turned her talents to working behind the camera and has enjoyed a prolific career as a director and producer with her latest work being, of course, ITV’s Too Close.
Sue Tully: Director
After leaving the role of Michelle Fowler in 1995 – which was recast in 2016 with Jenna Russell taking the part – Sue Tully began working behind the camera, kicking off her directorial career on EastEnders, directing 12 episodes between 1998 and 1999.
Since then, Sue Tully has earned over 30 directing credits and has worked on some huge shows over the years.
Sue’s most notable directing roles have come in the likes of The Story of Tracy Beaker, The Bill, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Silent Witness, Lark Rise to Candleford, The Musketeers, The A Word, Britannia, Tin Star, Line of Duty and BBC One’s Strike: Lethal White.
Too Close continues daily on ITV at 9pm until it concludes on Wednesday, April 14th while fans can catch up on any episodes missed via ITV Hub.