Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Where have you seen Corrie's celebrant before?


If you're wondering where you've seen the woman who played the celebrant in Coronation Street tonight, then wonder no more.  

The celebrant is played by Hayley Cartwright who has been in Coronation Street before, as the celebrant at Baby Oliver's (it's not a christening it's a naming ceremonychristening that was held at the Bistro earlier this year.  We blogged about that here.


And she also appeared as the wedding celebrant at Aidan and Eva's wedding. We blogged about that here.

Hayley's screen credits include the film Time Burst in which she plays Alysha, a time lady and an inventor. 2018 also saw Hayley working at The Royal Exchange, working with The Contact Theatre on the project Re:Con, Temporary Monument, Permanent Protest. 

She played Lisa in the comedy Up the Bunting for which she gained glowing reviews ('excellent acting by Cartwright'). As a voice artist she also voiced the most hilarious character - a 250 million year old column of coal! 

2018 also saw Hayley join the programme, Your MCR (a YouTube channel) as the 'soap gossip' presenter, weekly. Once a month, I also have a special guest. Last year these have included  Georgia Taylor (Toyah in Corrie) and Dolly-Rose Campbell (Gemma).

Her reviews are fantastic, and her stage acting profile is amazing. There is far too much to blog here, so I urge you have a look at her Spotlight CV which outlines all of her TV, stage, film, radio and voiceover work.

Corrie fans who have been on the Coronation Street Tour might recognise Hayley as she performed as a tour guide there, gaining glowing reviews!

And finally, yes I’ve met her and yes, she is as lovely as she looks in her profile pic!

You can find out more about Hayley at her website: www.hayleycartwright.com
Hayley is also on twitter: @haykate



See also: Where have you seen?
Sean's homeless friend Carol, Jimmy Cripps and his lifestyle tipsFlora McArdle, Lulu Lockett, Nasty NiallTom Ridley, The Weatherfield Gazette's CindyEva and Aidan's wedding celebrant, Corrie bus driverDrew's mumCorrie copperTiggsy, Nathan's mate, creepy Mike, D S MacKinnonGus the MA tutor, Shona RamseyChloe, Nancy the Bistro waitress,Eileen's wedding venueAidan Connor's solicitor, Colonel KebabFaye's boyfriend SebAlex's dad NigelLauren the bully,Sharif's lover Sonia, Corrie policewomanAlistair the tile con manFilming location for Tony Stewart's funeralBilly's parisioner LeeLiz's new fellaCorrie wedding fayre venueRichie O'DriscollAnna's date GlenKevin's date Joanne, Rob Donovan's cell mate, Dab AndyCathy's sister NessaCaitlin RyanDan's daughter LucySteve and Michelle's wedding venue, Naila the Corrie journalistJackson Hodge's dad, Eileen's boyfriend AdrianDavid and Callum's mediatorCallum's mumGail and Michael's wedding venueOwen's ex-wife Linda,  Steve McDonald's counsellorBeth's mumDiane the sofa woman from Hale BarnesMark the motorcycle medicMrs WaddleMichael Rodwell's Aunt BarbaraPeter Barlow's cellmate ClellandCarla Connor's solicitor Pauline MansellPat PhelanThe Corrie clairvoyantEric's wife DorisAudrey's date Henry, Lewis' friend Patrick,The Corrie Registrar, Marcus' friend Aiden, Kirsty's parentsJenny SumnerCorrie's prison GovernorSunita's AuntiesKen and Deirdre's pottery teacherTommy Duckworth,  Mrs Hargreaves who died in Audrey's salonSally Webster's fella JeffJoy Fishwick's investigatorCharlotte's ParentsKen Barlow's grandson JamesKen Barlow's son LawrenceDr Matt CarterSaucy CharlotteIzzy's dad Owen Armstrong,The Corrie coppersColin FishwickTrevor the binmanConnie RathboneUncle Umed,Julie Carp's mumLuke StrongSophie Webster's boyfriendEileen Grimshaw's dadNorris' girlfriendGraeme Proctor,Molly's Aunty PamMaria's mum and dadGail's dadScary BrianTina's dadTony Gordon's henchmanLittle Simon Barlow

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