Lucy-Jo Hudson

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Lucy-Jo Hudson
Born 4 May 1983 (1983-05-04) (age 34)
Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–2012, 2016–present
Television Coronation Street (2002–2005)
Wild at Heart (2006–09, 2012)
Spouse(s) Alan Halsall (m. 2009)
Children 1

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.[citation needed]

Before landing her role in Coronation Street she appeared in theatre including West Yorkshire Playhouse. She was a regular panellist on Loose Women during 2005.

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.[1]

Hudson's brother, Ryan is a rugby league player and the captain of the Castleford Tigers. She has a younger sister who has been known for being a dance coach, called Amy-Lou. Her parents separated before her teens and she lived with her mother in Garforth, moving there from nearby Rothwell. Her father was adopted and is not aware of his true background. She is close friends with X Factor contestant Carolynne Poole.

Hudson is married to Coronation Street actor Alan Halsall who plays the role of Tyrone Dobbs.[2] On 18 February 2013, the couple announced via Twitter that they were expecting their first child and later found out that the baby was a girl.[3] On 8 September 2013, Hudson gave birth to their daughter Sienna Rae.[4] The couple announced they were splitting up in March 2016, and rekindled their relationship several weeks later.[5]


Year Title Type Role Notes
2002–2005 Coronation Street TV Katy Harris Series Regular, 281 episodes
2005 Loose Women TV Herself - Panellist Series Regular, 8 episodes
2006–2009, 2012 Wild at Heart TV Rosie Trevanion Series Regular, 38 episodes
2009 Looking for Eric Film Sam Film
2010 Casualty TV Deena Richards Episode titled "Winter Wonderland", 1 episode
2016 Doctors TV Rhiannon Davis Series recurring, two months
2017 Dance Dance Dance TV Herself Contestant, runner-up


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