Anne Hegerty responds to suggestions that she is a millionaire as a result of her success on The Chase.
In an exclusive interview with This website, ANNE HEGERTY rebutted suggestions that she is a millionaire as a result of her success on The Chase.
Anne Hegerty, 63, has refuted reports that she has amassed the prestigious title of millionaire. The Chaser recently made news after it was revealed that she had earned over a million pounds in the previous two years, according to filed records.
I can assure you that it is not a million pounds.
Anne mocked the reports in an exclusive interview with This website.
“I wish,” she said.
“I don’t spend a lot of money, therefore everything is in the bank.”
“I can assure you that it is not a million pounds.”
Anne then went into detail about how she spends her money.
“I am doing okay,” the Governess actor revealed. “I own a flat in Manchester and am renting a house in Watford.
“It’s essentially my expense.”
“I drive a seven-year-old Honda Jazz,” says the driver.
Anne then contrasted her modest form of transportation with that of her co-star Mark Labett, who plays The Beast on the show.
“The Beast drives one of those massive automobiles like a tank, and I say no.”
“I have enough trouble parallel parking my Jazz,” Anne said, “I don’t need one of those enormous things.”
The quizzer further stated that she rarely takes vacations and that she only travels for work.
“My notion of a holiday is just staying at home and chilling,” she explained.
Anne has an extremely hectic schedule filming The Chase, so this is acceptable.
She’ll also be seen in a pantomime version of Jack and the Beanstalk later this year, playing the wicked Mrs Blundermore.
She’ll get two days off a week while the pantomine is running, and luckily, these are days when The Chase is filming.
Anne’s statements on her net worth follow The Sun’s publication of Anne’s financial riches, including exact statistics for the Chaser’s revenues.
They revealed that her company, Frosty Knickers Ltd, had a cash surplus of £459,373 on its books.
The data also revealed that she owed roughly £200,000 in Corporation Tax over the last two years, bringing her total income to over a million pounds.
“I don’t mind,” she answered when asked how she felt about her money being discussed.
“I think the British to be far too cautious when it comes to money.”