Accumulated profits at Amy Huberman's entertainment firm last year climbed to over €750,000.
According to new accounts filed by the author, screen-writer and actor’s ASM Entertainment to the end of August last, the company recorded a profit of €109,215 in the 12 months to the end of August last.
This followed Ms Huberman's company recording a profit of €99,525 in the 12 months to the end of August 2019.
The increasing profits at the company - set up in May 2013 - coincided with the production and release of Ms Huberman’s Finding Joy.
The second series, written and starring Ms Huberman, was broadcast on RTÉ last year and followed the successful first run of the series in 2018.
The company’s cash pile increased from €550,156 to €587,766 last year.
The pay to directors last year was set at a modest level at €28,261 - down very marginally on the €28,663 paid out in 2019.
Away from her acting and writing career, Ms Huberman continues to be a favourite of companies building their brands.
Mr Huberman’s popularity with the Irish public is confirmed with a combined audience of over 926,000 on the Dubliner's Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Ms Huberman is one of half of Ireland’s golden couple and earlier this week accounts for her husband and Ireland rugby legend, Brian O’Driscoll revealed profits of almost €900,000 for the 12 months to the end of August last.
The accounts filed by O’Driscoll’s ODM & Promotions Ltd show that at the end of August last, the company’s accumulated profits totalled €8.1 million.
The company recorded the increase in profits after the former Ireland captain opted not to take any remuneration from the company last year.
Pay to directors for 2020 was zero compared to pay of €265,008 in 2019.