Sammy Winward Biography
Sammy Winward is best known for her appearances in Emmerdale. Emmerdale actually hailed from Emmerdale Farm but was later renamed in 1989. Emmerdale is a British soap opera created by Kevin Laffan. It was first released in the United Kingdom on October 16, 1972. It has been, as of today the second longest-running British soap opera and is the third highest-rating soap opera on British television following Coronation Street and EastEnders. Emmedale is set in the fictional village of the same name in West Yorkshire in England. This British series is produced by Yorkshire Television and is broadcasted on ITV network. This television series has won 22 awards and 47 nominations and is going to celebrate its 35th year on 2007. The sexy and hot Sammy Winward joined the cast of Emmerdale on 2003 when she was asked to play the role of Katie Addyman. In 2002, she was nominated in the National Television Award as Most Popular Newcomer for her role in Emmerdale Farm.
Sammy Winward has also appeared in the television series Orange Playlist in 2006. This is a show produced by the mobile company Orange. In this television series, a famous person has an intimate chat with a female DJ while picking the music tracks which have an important meaning in their lives.
In the year 2005, Sammy Winward also appeared in the annual BBC telethon Children in Need. This television series started on 1980. The British Broadcasting Corporation dedicates this series for its own charity for children. Every BBC local and national radio and TV station gets involved in this event.
She has also appeared in television shows like Xpose, Loose Women, This Morning and Soapstar Superstar.
Sammy Winward previously dated Kevin Fletcher who also starred in Emmerdale but late got engaged with David Dunn. She had her daughter named Mia on June 12, 2005. Although Sammy and David decided to end their marriage, they didnt end their relationship as they stayed as friends.
The hot and sexy British actress came in number 73 in FHMs 100 Sexiest Women in the World poll in 2006.