Amy Nuttall is a British singer and actress who has acted on television as well as on the silver screen. She is famous as Chloe Atkinson in 'Emmerdale', the soap opera. She has also acted onstage as Eliza Doolittle in Cameron Mackintosh's 'My Fair Lady.' At the age of sixteen, she was the youngest actress to act in 'The Phantom of the Opera', as Christine. After she left 'Emerdale', she ventured into her singing career and released her debut album, 'Best Days', on November 14, 2005. Amy was born at Bolton, Lancashire, on June 7, 1982. She was raised up near Manchester. She studied at the Arts Educational School in Tring, and bagged major roles with the National Youth Music Theatre. Amy has trained as a soprano and her vocal talent is evident in her album 'Best Days', which contains folk songs and classical tracks. The album sports the EMI Classics label. Some of the tracks on this album are Amy's rendition of 'Scarborough Fair', 'Fields of Gold', 'I Can't Make You Love Me', and 'Time to Say Goodbye'. The versatile entertainer worked with Jonathan Allen, the orchestra producer, on the 'Best Days' album. She has also worked with producers such as John Cohen, Simon Franglen, and Tolga Kashif. Her performances include that at the opening ceremony of the Manchester United club at the Old Trafford. She has also performed at the Royal Albert Hall for Children in Need. Amy Nuttall is also remembered for her long relationship with Ben Freeman, her acting co-star in 'Emmerdale'.