How old is Abi Franklin actress Sally Carman and when was the Corrie actress in Shameless?
Here's everything you need to know about her…
Who is Sally Carman? What is her background?
Sally Carman, 36, was born May 9, 1981 and is an English actress.
She's best known for her role as Kelly Maguire in the Channel 4 comedy drama series Shameless.
Sally was born in Mexborough, South Yorkshire.
At 18 she attended the LAMDA drama school in London.
Who does Sally Carman play in Coronation Street?
Sally made her debut on Coronation Street on October 2, 2017 as the mechanic and recovering drug addict Abi Franklin (Seb's mum).
She was only expecting to have a brief stint on the soap but has become a well established character.
In June 2018 she told OK :"This is the brilliant thing with Coronation Street. I initially came in for six episodes and now I'm on the street and have a job on the garage.
"As for more family, you don't know do you? We'll just have to wait and see. I have no idea at all but I'm in very good hands here and I'm very happy to see what happens."
Who did Sally Carman play in Shameless?
Sally Carman played Kelly Maguire in Shameless.
She first appeared in the series in 2005 before she became a more prominent character in the 2008 series and finally a main cast member from 2009 to 2013.
Kelly was the sister of Kev Ball and was married to Shane Maguire.
Her character was also prostitute at Lillian's brothel and a heroin addict.
What else has Sally Carman been in?
Sally made her major television debut in 2000 when she starred as Bridget Salsabill in British drama Bomber.
She has also appeared in Doctors, Heartbeat and Holby City.
Sally played the character of Betty Haigh in the television film A is for Acid.
In 2005 she made her first appearance as Kelly Maguire in Shameless.
She became a more prominent character in 2008, and finally a main cast member from 2009 to 2013.
In 2011, she played the character Marie in the film Tyrannosaur.
Sally appeared in the second series of the BBC 1 drama Prisoners' Wives in 2013.
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