Casey-Lee Jolleys (born 1974) is a British actress, dancer and performer.
Originally from Billinge in Wigan, Greater Manchester, Jolleys began performing at an early age and by the age of nine, had become a three-time World Champion in Ballet, Tap and Modern dance styles, making television appearances in the process.
By the late 1980s, she was a co-presenter of the BBC Saturday morning children's programme It's Wicked! (produced by BBC North West) and was appearing as Annie Mappin in the BBC comedy drama series Gruey and the sequel, Gruey Twoey.
In 2004 and 2006, Jolleys appeared in the guest role of Stacey Hilton (Orchid) in the long running ITV soap Coronation Street. For this, she won a Heritage Award for best comedy performance in a soap opera. Jolleys began a dance, drama, singing and comedy academy in her home town of Bolton, alongside comedian Bobby Ball who has now left the school.