Coronation Street actress and Loose Women panellist
Well known for starring as Maureen Webster in long-running soap, Coronation Street, Sherrie Hewson is one of the UK's most popular television personalities who can regularly be found on some of the most popular British television programmes. From an early age Sherrie demonstrated her love of all things show business performing in UK theatres for the first time when she was just six years old.
Her first venture into the world of television and film came in the 1970s, most famously in Carry On Behind and Carry On Laughing. Making a name for herself in the industry she also starred alongside legendary Hollywood actor Harrison Ford in the 1979 film Hanover Street.
In 1993 she was cast in Coronation Street in the role of ditzy, shop worker Maureen Webster. Over the years she had many high-profile storylines on the show, and departed the soap in 1997. Since then she has showcased her acting ability on a number of shows including Emmerdale, Benidorm and Crossroads.
In 2003 she joined the panel of daytime show Loose Women discussing and debating current affairs with her fellow panellists. Due to her bubbly and likeable personality, she was an instant hit and worked on the show for 13 years. Since leaving Loose Women she has appeared on the show as a guest.