Sherrie Hewson


One of the most recognisable and famous faces of television, Sherrie Hewson has been a star of Coronation Street and Emmerdale and currently plays Joyce Temple-Savage in the ITV comedy, Benidorm. Sherrie is the longest serving panelist on the hit TV show, Loose Women. As an actress, Sherrie’s experience and diverse history of roles make her one of the most desirable and accomplished personalities in the entertainment sector.

Hewson’s onscreen career began in the 1970s, with appearances in Z CarsThe Moonstone and Within These Walls. In 1975, Sherrie starred in the film Carry On Behind, which led her to become cast in a number of the Carry On Laughing television series. In 1993, Sherrie was cast as Maureen Naylor, an accident-prone supermarket assistant, in one of the nation’s favourite television shows, Coronation Street.

Sherrie’s character was axed in 1997, leading her to return to theatre to critical acclaim before trying her hand once more in soap operas, beginning with Crossroads in 2001. A hugely accomplished actress, Hewson is a consummate professional and can turn her hand to a multitude of genres both onscreen and on stage.

In 2003, Sherrie became a key member of the Loose Women team and continues to be the longest serving panelist to the show. With a huge television audience for each show, the popular daytime television programme has won a number of awards and highlighted Sherrie for her warm persona, humour and charm in front of camera. Sherrie enjoys working as a TV presenter alongside her career as an actor and panelist on Loose Women. Sherrie’s articulate and eloquent delivery of lines and her experience during her career make Sherrie one of the most professional personalities to have on set.

A wonderful after dinner speaker and event host, Sherrie Hewson speaks of tales of her career in the media, and broadcasting including the fine details of a profession in television and acting. With decades as an actress, Sherrie is also an established event host and awards host, engaging and interacting with audiences to ensure an event filled with entertainment and laughs..

To book Sherrie Hewson to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

Watch Sherrie’s last episode of Loose Women here:

“Sherrie was an ideal choice for this cruise as she is so well-known and loved for her television appearances in “Coronation Street” and “Loose Women”. Her after-dinner talks were done to packed houses and there was nothing but very positive feed-back. I interviewed her together with the celebrity dancers and the guests were thrilled with her behind-the-scenes anecdotes. She gladly posed for photos and signed innumerable autographs. During the 4 days of her cruise, she was practically an Ents. Officer. She danced and mingled so effortlessly and regularly with the guests that I was bowled over. Very highly recommended.” – Suzanne, P&O Cruises

“Sherrie was brilliant, people couldn’t wait to see if it would be their table she’d be joining.  She joined a family celebrating a 60th birthday, which is surely one they’ll never forget.  She was most engaging, really warm and a pleasure to work with.  Time wasn’t an issue, Sherrie would chat to whoever wanted to chat for as long as they wanted, it was commented how approachable and friendly she was.  Her tales of her career went down a storm and many people have contacted us since to say ‘thank you’ for bringing her to Preston.” – Mark, NWL Chamber of Commerce

“The dinner went very well and I have had nothing but positive reviews on Sherrie. She was lovely to talk to and so warm and welcoming towards all guests at the drinks reception and then during the dinner. On a personal note I was delighted to meet her and my mother in law was such a Benidorm fan she had plenty of photos with Sherrie on the night (Sherrie was only too happy to oblige!)
Her 20 minute stint was very funny and I scanned the room – most (if not all) had a good laugh at what she talked about. It can be a very tricky room to capture and Sherrie did just that. It is in light of the above that I wanted to thank Sherrie and yourselves – Sherrie made for a very memorable night.”
Emma, Chartered Insurance Institute