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Lucy-Jo Hudson is a Actor British born on 4 may 1983 at Leeds (United-kingdom)

Lucy-Jo Hudson

Lucy-Jo Hudson
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Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 4 may 1983 (38 years) at Leeds (United-kingdom)

Lucy-Jo Hudson (born 4 May 1983) is an English actress, best known for playing the role of Katy Harris in the long-running soap opera, Coronation Street from 2002–05, and as Rosie Trevanion in the ITV drama Wild at Heart from 2006–09.

Hudson attended Garforth Community College in Leeds, England, now known as Garforth Academy.

Wild at Heart debuted in January 2006 and Hudson starred in it until departing during Series 4 in 2009. She rejoined the cast for Series 7 and the show's finale, which was broadcast on 30 December 2012.

Before landing her role in Coronation Street she appeared in theatre including West Yorkshire Playhouse.

She was a series regular Presenter on Loose Women during 2005.

Hudson's brother, Ryan is a rugby league player, and the captain of the Castleford Tigers. She is also close friends with X Factor contestant Carolynne Poole.

Hudson is married to Coronation Street actor Alan Halsall who plays the role of Tyrone Dobbs.
On 18 February 2013, the couple announced via Twitter they were expecting their first child and later found out that they were expecting a girl. On 8 September 2013, Hudson gave birth to their daughter Sienna Rae.

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Eric Cantona
Eric Cantona
(1 films)
Max Beesley
Max Beesley
(1 films)
Steve Evets
Steve Evets
(1 films)
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Looking for Eric, 1h56
Directed by Ken Loach
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Sports films, Association football films
Actors Eric Cantona, Steve Evets, Stephanie Bishop, Lucy-Jo Hudson, Matthew McNulty, Gerard Kearns
Roles Sam
Rating71% 3.594873.594873.594873.594873.59487
Eric Bishop is a football fanatic postman whose life is descending into crisis. Looking after his granddaughter is bringing him into contact with his ex-wife, Lily, whom he abandoned after the birth of their daughter. At the same time, his stepson Ryan is hiding a gun under the floorboards of his bedroom for a violent drugs baron. At his lowest moments Bishop considers suicide. But after a short meditation session with fellow postmen in his living room, and smoking cannabis stolen from his stepson, hallucinations bring forth his footballing hero, the famously philosophical Eric Cantona, who gives him advice. His relationship with Lily improves dramatically. Bishop finds the gun and confronts his stepson. Ryan admits to his involvement with the drugs gang, and Bishop attempts to return the gun to the gangster. He is forced to keep it himself, however, when a Rottweiler is set on him in his car. The gangster then posts footage on YouTube of Bishop's humiliation. The entire family is then arrested by the police on a tip-off but they fail to find the gun. Eric Cantona then advises Bishop to seek help from his friends and to 'surprise' himself. Bishop organises 'Operation Cantona', sneaking dozens of fellow Manchester United fans – wearing Cantona masks – into the gangster's house and humiliating him and his family, threatening to put the video of their operation onto YouTube, in turn. The film ends at Bishop's daughter's graduation day, where the family re-unites in peace.