An English presenter, actress, TV personality, novelist, as well as broadcaster Sherrie Hewson has been the regular panelist on the lunchtime chat show known as Loose Women since the year 2003. She has been mostly known for portraying her roles on ITV soap operas Crossroads, Emmerdale as well as Coronation Street.
Her other TV roles also includes as Joyce Temple-Savage in ITV sitcom Benidorm. She began her TV as well as screen career in early 1970s with the early TV appearance in the Z Cars, Within These Walls and The Moonstone. She then joined the Carry on Team in 1975 for the movie called Carry On Behind and then she was subsequently cast in several episodes of Carry On Laughing TV series.
Her other TV credits include Coronation Street, Blankety Blank, Call My Bluff, Noel’s House Party, Crossroads, Get Your Act Together, Benidorm, Soapstar Supercher and more. Most recently, Hewson has taken part as well as was one of the contestants of the Celebrity Big Brother in its 16th series that airs on Channel 5.
Moving on to her personal life biography, Sherrie has already got married as well as divorced too. She was married with her then husband Ken Boyd after they met with each other in the year 1976. After being in relationship for few years, the couple exchanged their vows in 1983 and they remained together till they got divorced in 2011.
The reason behind their separation was her husband admitting to have an affair. Their divorce was announced by Hewson on the show Loose Women on 19th October of 2011. Sherrie also has one child, a daughter together with Ken whom she gave birth in 1984 and she is named as Keeley Lauren.
A beautiful blonde Sherrie Hewson was born on 17th September of the year 1950 which has now made him at the age of 64. Although she is known by the name Sherrie Hewson, as a child, she was named as Sherrie Lynn Hutchinson. A native of Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, she is also a cousin of a retired football player Garry Birtles. Her mother was a model whereas her father was a singer.
She started to perform when she was 6 years old touring UK’s theatres in the revues with her signature song titled as You’ve Got to Have Heart. In addition to that, she was also granted a scholarship for attending Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Prior to that, Sherrie was also the winner of a BBC reality show called Murder Most Famous in March of 2008 winning an opportunity for writing her own crime fiction novel called The Tannery. It was published on 5th March of the year 2009 by Pan Macmillan as one of the quick reads released annually as the part of World Book Day celebrations.
She also released another book on 13th February of 2014 known as Behind the Laughter. Additionally, she also published a cookbook known as Nana’s Kitchen. There is no news found about her height. Besides that, more details about her professional and personal life can also be accessed from different websites and she can also be connected through Twitter and Instagram account.