Sherrie Hewson : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography

Sherrie Hewson is an English actress, television personality and novelist know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography

Sherrie Hewson : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography
Sherrie Hewson

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Name Sherrie Hewson
Birthdate ( Age) 17 September 1950
Place of Birth Beeston, United Kingdom
Marital Status Married
Husband/Partner Ken Boyd (m. 1983–2011)
Children Keeley Boyd ( Daughter )
Parents Ronald Hutchinson, Joy Meakin
Profession  English actress, television personality and novelist
Net Worth $5 Million

Sherrie Hewson with Daughter Keeley Boyd

Sherrie Lynn Hutchinson is an English actress, television personality and novelist. She is known for her roles as Maureen Holdsworth in Coronation Street (1993–1997, 2006), Virginia Raven in Crossroads (2001–2003), Lesley Meredith in Emmerdale (2004–2006) and Joyce Temple-Savage in Benidorm (2012–2018).

Hewson was also a main panellist on lunchtime talk show Loose Women (2003–2017) and came sixth place in Celebrity Big Brother in 2015. She has also appeared as Mary Henshaw in In Loving Memory (1984—1986) and as Jean in Barbara  on television.

Early Life and Family

Sherrie Born in Beeston, near Nottingham, Hewson was mentioned into a show-business family; her father Ronald was a singer and her mother Joy was a model. Hewson began attending the local dance and dramatics school at the age of three. Hewson then attended Dorothy Grants highschool for women in Beeston although after the family has moved to an outsized manor in Burton Joyce, Hewson completed her primary education at the village school.

Hewson was enrolled at The Rodney School, a private school in nearby Kirklington at age twelve. Already a member of the Burton Joyce Players, Hewson attended the Midland Academy studying drama and poetry before she was granted a scholarship to attend the Royal Academy of dramaturgy . While studying at RADA, Hewson shared a flat with fellow students Sharon Maughan and Louise Jameson.

Sherrie Hewson Husband

After studying at RADA, Hewson dated then lived with fellow student Robert Lindsay. The pair became engaged to be married, yet a couple of days before the marriage , Hewson discovered Lindsay was having an affair and cancelled it.

Hewson also had one date with Steve McQueen; he urged Hewson to undertake some seafood which she didn't like - after she vomited everywhere him, Hewson got a taxi home and never saw McQueen again.

In 1972, Hewson began a live-in relationship with Stanley , a banker, but he physically abused her.Hewson married the artist Hector Blamey yet their marriage led to divorce in 1974.

In May 1983, Hewson married Ken Boyd, whom she met in 1976, and the couple have a daughter name Keeley Boyd . The couple later separated after he admitted to having an affair. Although the couple separated in 2001, they didn't get divorced until 2011.

Sherrie Hewson Net Worth

Sherrie Lynn Hutchinson is an English actress, television personality and novelist who has an estimated Net Worth of $5 Million in 2021.Professional Career.

Professional Career

Hewson made her screen debut in two episodes of Z Cars before appearing within the Moonstone and Within These Walls. In 1975, she joined the keep it up team for the film keep it up Behind and was subsequently cast in several episodes of the keep it up Laughing television series.

As well as further film roles within the Slipper and therefore the Rose with Richard Chamberlain and Edith Evans and Hanover Street with Harrison Ford, Hewson became a daily fixture on television, most notably as a part of a young cast of future stars crazy For Lydia. She also had a quick role within the 1979 Alan Bennett drama Afternoon Off as Iris, the ultimately unworthy object of the protagonist Lee's quest.

In the 1980s, also as appearances in dramas like Play for Today, The Sandbaggers, Minder, Juliet Bravo and therefore the Gentle Touch, Hewson's talent for comedy saw her get invited to hitch Russ Abbot's Madhouse series where she remained an integral a part of his team for over ten years, later appearing within the Russ Abbot Show. Her most famous role during this era was as Mary Henshaw within the popular sitcom In Loving Memory with Thora Hird and Christopher Beeny.

In 1993, Hewson was cast as Maureen Webster within the UK's longest-running serial , Coronation Street, a dizzy, accident-prone supermarket assistant dominated by her mother. In 1996, Hewson was thanks to leave the show to film the primary series of the BBC's Oh, Doctor Beeching!, reprising her role of May Skinner from the 1995 pilot.

Although the part had been written together with her in mind, Hewson agreed to sign a replacement contract at the request of the Coronation Street producers, who had storylines planned for her character, and Julia Deakin took over the role of May.

However, in 1997, Coronation Street's new producer Brian Park axed variety of characters, including Maureen. Hewson's final episode was broadcast in October 1997. In December 2006, she returned as Maureen Webster for 2 episodes.In 2004, Hewson joined the cast of Emmerdale as Lesley Meredith, mother of fishmonger Simon.

She departed the show on 27 December 2006.In 2007, Hewson made variety of non-acting television appearances. also as Loose Women, she appeared in Celebrity MasterChef, Dickinson's Real Deal and was runner-up in Soapstar Superchef partnered together with her former Emmerdale co-star Julia Mallam. Hewson also appeared on a star special of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?.

In 2012, Hewson joined the cast of the sitcom Benidorm. Since its fifth series, she has appeared as Joyce Temple-Savage, the new manager of the Solana Hotel.On 18 January 2015, Hewson took part in celebrity talent show Get Your Act along side plate spinner illusionist Andrew Van Buren .In August 2015, Hewson took part and was a contestant within the sixteenth series of Channel 5 television program Celebrity Big Brother.

She reached the ultimate on Day 29, and finished in sixth place. In February 2016, Hewson won the role of Mrs. Slocombe, during a remake of the BBC's 1970's and 1980's sitcom Are You Being Served? taking up the part made famously by the late Mollie Sugden. Only the pilot of this revival was made. In August 2016, Hewson announced that she was to go away Loose Women after 14 years.In 2018, she took part in ITV's 100 Years Younger in 21 Days.

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