Julia Haworth

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Julia Hayworth)
Jump to: navigation, search
Julia Haworth
Born Julia Louise Haworth
(1979-07-27) 27 July 1979 (age 34)
Burnley, Lancashire, UK
Years active 1990-2011
Television Coronation Street (2003-2011)
Spouse(s) Jon Wormald (m. 2006)
Children Sophia Elizabeth (b. 25 July 2008)

Julia Louise Haworth (born 27 July 1979[1]) is an English actress best known as Claire Peacock on ITV's Coronation Street, a role she played from 2003-2011.[2] It was revealed on 25 April 2010, that Haworth had been axed from Coronation Street alongside the rest of the Peacock Family.[3]

Early life[edit]

Julia was born in Burnley, Lancashire, attending St Christopher's CE High School in Accrington and later Nelson and Colne College[4] and also Burnley Youth Theatre.

She married Jon Wormald in May 2006.

Julia went on maternity leave from Coronation Street in July 2008 and gave birth to a daughter, Sophia Elizabeth, at Salford Royal, on 25 July. She returned in Spring 2009.[5]

Career[edit]

Television

  • Preston Passion (2012) as an alcoholic mother
  • Coronation Street (2003–2011) as Claire Peacock, Series Regular
  • Merseybeat (2001–2002) as Jenny Oulton, Series Regular
  • Peak Practice (2000–2001) as Julie Pullen, Series Regular
  • Life Force (2000) as Karen Webber
  • Monarch of the Glen (2000) as Janice (Season 1, Episode 5)
  • See How They Run (1999) as Christine
  • The Ambassador (1998) as Zoe Taylor
  • Where the Heart Is (1999) as Helen Trent in the Episode "New Moon Arising" (Season 3, Episode 8)
  • The Grand (1998) as Lark Rothery, Series Regular
  • My Dad's a Boring Nerd (1997) as Sophie
  • Medics (1995) as Rebecca Whittaker in the Episode "Lifeline" (Season 5, Episode 1)
  • Heartbeat (1994) as Joanna Parker in the Episode "Trouble in Mind" (Season 4, Episode 7)
  • Three Seven Eleven (1993–1994) as Miranda Pudsey, Series Regular

Stage

References[edit]

  1. ^ Actor profile at ITV's Coronation Street homepage (26 June 2010). "Claire Peacock.". ITV.com. Retrieved 2009-06-26. 
  2. ^ The official Julia Haworth site Retrieved 16 December 2009.
  3. ^ "Corrie's Peacocks given the axe". BBC News. 25 April 2010. 
  4. ^ Lancashire Telegraph Accessed 2010
  5. ^ http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/soaps/a130011/soaplands-movers-and-leavers.html

External links[edit]