Emmerdale Isobel Steele’s life, from secret talent to romantic rumors with her Liv co-stars.


Emmerdale Isobel Steele’s life, from secret talent to romantic rumors with her Liv co-stars.

Isobel Steele has played Liv Flahert in Emmerdale since 2016 and has been a part of some dramatic episodes on the soap, but her off-screen life is as fascinating.

The 20-year-old was cast in the ITV serial as adolescent troublemaker Liv Flaherty in 2016, and has since received multiple prizes for her performance, including a British Soap Award for Best Young Actor in 2018.

Isobel, who hails from Salford, Greater Manchester, portrays the soap’s first asexual character and has been at the center of several major plotlines centered on her character’s sexuality, alcoholism, and legal troubles.

Isobel has been acting since she was a toddler, and between 2008 and 2010, she appeared in commercials for Park Foods, Iceland, Harveys Furniture, and Bernard Matthews Ltd.

She played Nicky in Lost in 2013 before starring as Barbara in the British drama Our Zoo in 2014.

She also appeared as Chloe in the short film A Father’s Day.

Isobel, who attended Manchester’s Philips High School, took a hiatus from Emmerdale in 2017 to complete her GCSE exams.

She is known for sharing peeks of her personal life on social media, especially her remarkable singing and songwriting abilities.

“It’s just something I have always done,” the actress said in a recent interview with Inside Soap. From a young age, I’ve loved playing the piano. I took classes and now make songs, so I though I’d share what I learned.

“My musical tastes are diverse, but Adele has always been a source of inspiration for me. She is a superb musician who composes her own songs.” She did, however, release her own album, Sounds from the Lounge, at the age of 18, indicating that she is serious about her musical endeavors.

“My EP Sounds from the Lounge is out now,” she triumphantly wrote upon the EP’s release. Mental.

“I put a lot of time and effort into this project because these were the first songs I’d ever written and I had no idea what I was doing.”

“I’d want to express my gratitude to Mike at HQ Studios. And a particular thanks to my father, who wrote all the bass parts and contributed his fantastic thoughts and comments to help me bring these songs to life.” She just disclosed yet another of her many hidden talents as she showed her hidden talent for. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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