Emily Atack ‘rakes in eye-watering six figure sum’ thanks to TV success

Emily Atack is apparently riding high, with a report saying she made a whopping six figures for the last year.

The TV beauty – who shot to fame as Charlotte Hinchcliffe in The Inbetweeners – has kept busy over the last 12 months with a string of interesting projects.

And it seems that all her hard work is paying off as the blonde, who was once a waitress, pocketed a tidy sum for the year.

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According to The Sun, accounts from her company Twin Soul Limited revealed that her salary was not to be sniffed at £370,031.

Emily’s work in the last year includes an appearance on the programme Who Do You Think You Are?, which sees celebs tracing their history and roots, and her own documentary Emily Atack: Asking For It?

In the hard-hitting documentary, the 33-year-old actress talked about harassment and about how women can face sexual harassment online.

The Celebrity Juice star has been open about her own experiences of being harassed in the past and has been the victim of cyberflashing, which is where people send unsolicited sexual images to others via social media or apps online.

She has been quoted as saying on a podcast that "before breakfast, I’ve seen about 10 penises I have not asked to see".

The star has also had her own comedy television series entitled The Emily Atack Show.

And she has also bagged a role in the upcoming TV drama Rivals.

The blonde will play the character Sarah in the hotly anticipated show, which is an adaptation of one of author Jilly Cooper’s “bonkbuster” books, 1988’s Rivals.

Rufus Jones is set to play Sarah’s husband Paul.

Alex Hassell from The Boys has been lined up to play Rupert Campbell-Black, the star of many of Jilly’s books.

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