Jane Danson Biography
Winning the contest has served as the key to the fulfillment of her dream of becoming an actress. Jane Danson made her debut on TV when she was eleven years old and that was when she appeared in the Alan Bleasdale series GBH. While acting in the said show, she was also being trained in theater arts at Oldham Theatre Workshop. When she left the school in 1995 with 9 GCSEs, offers started to pour on her. She was then asked to appear on various TV shows and a few number of films.
Aside from appearing on TV and films, which also include gigs in Hollywood, Jane Danson has also worked on the radio through Crimewaves and the Flood. Her career did not just flourish; it also became hot that she has been a household name in her country.
Her other TV credits include the following performances: as Samatha Docherty in Always and Everyone (2001); as Leanne Battersby in Coronation Street Tilsley (1997-2000; 2004-); as P.C. Gemma Osbourne in The Bill (2002-2003); with recurring roles in The Grand (1997) as Monica Jones.
Jane Danson has also appeared as a guest in the shows Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway as herself; Series 2, Episode 6 Casualty as Lucy Munroe; Dreams And Disappointments Coronation Street Family Album as herself, The Battersbys Doctors as the sexy Trish, and many others. She was never too active in films but had numerous accomplishments on television. For this sultry actress, these are more than enough.
In the year 2000, Jane Danson won the Rear of the Year award and having done so, her popularity had unstoppably increased.
Jane Danson is married to -Brookside and Emmerdale actor Robert Beck, with whom she had a son named Harry Alexander Jack, who was born in 2006.