Suzanne Shaw
Actress, model
Suzanne Shaw
Suzanne Shaw is an English actress, singer and television personality. Originally famous for winning the talent contest Popstars and subsequently being a member of the band Hear'Say, she is now an established musical theatre and West End performer, actress, model and television presenter in her own right. She is also the winner of series 3 of the popular ITV1 program Dancing on Ice.
Biography
Suzanne Shaw's personal information overview.
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Suzanne Shaw shows she has put marriage split behind her as she jokes around at Rock of Ages premiere
Daily Mail (UK) - over 4 years
She split from her husband in February and Suzanne Shaw showed she is ready to rejoin the social scene as she attended the Rock of Ages premiere tonight in a daring outfit.
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Suzanne Shaw and Jason King split after six years together
Daily Mail (UK) - about 5 years
The couple, who were dating for three years, before they announced their engagement in 2208, have blamed their hectic work schedules for the split.
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Mistresses star Sarah Parish unveiled as new face of Scottish jewellery brand - stv.tv
Google News - over 5 years
The actress is fronting Ortak's new range, following on from stars including Carol Smillie, Amanda Lamb, Myleene Klass and Suzanne Shaw. Mistresses and Cutting It actress Sarah Parish has been signed up as the new face of Scottish jewellery brand Ortak
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Christie M. Cannon, 41 - Lakenewsonline.com
Google News - over 5 years
... her partner Travis Richards; her mother Jan Turnidge and step-father John Davis of Mesa, Arizona; her sisters, Kelly Cannon, of Lebanon, Missouri, Beth Anderson, of Lebanon, Missouri, Suzanne Shaw, of California, Deborah Scott and husband, Bill,
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Darren Day 'ballooned to 15 stone' after settling down with Stephanie Dooley - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
He also has a son, Corey, from his relationship to former Hear'Say singer Suzanne Shaw. The actor and singer left Shaw on Mother's Day in 2005 only weeks after she had given birth to their child, now four, saying: 'I don't do family.'
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Noel and Suze are Hear again - The Sun
Google News - over 5 years
In a sure-fire sign that most reality talent show wannabes are destined for the dustbin, Suzanne Shaw and Noel Sullivan are trying to revive their careers... with another reality show. The two ex-Hear'Say singers, who won the first ever series of
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SUZANNE SHAW REVEALS ALL ON HER BIG EMMERDALE EXIT - Daily Star
Google News - over 5 years
SUZANNE SHAW agonised over her decision to quit Emmerdale and hasn't ruled out a dramatic return. As soap fans prepare to watch the babe leave the village she admitted the time was right to move her family back home
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Emmerdale: Eve and Chastity's final showdown and Suzanne Shaw's goodbye - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
It's been a rocky road for feisty Emmerdale favourite Eve Jenson, played by West End and former Hear'Say star Suzanne Shaw. And as Suzanne bids her character and the much loved soap farewell, it's safe to say she goes out with a bang
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'Emmerdale' star Suzanne Shaw launches PR business - Digital Spy UK
Google News - over 5 years
Emmerdale star Suzanne Shaw has launched her own business following her exit from the ITV1 soap. In April, the former Hear'Say member announced that she had quit her role as flirty Eve Jenson after just over a year
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Preparing for Kilimanjaro - The Scottish Farmer
Google News - over 5 years
Under the banner 'Help us conquer cancer by conquering Kilimanjaro,' the trekkers will be supported throughout their training and on the mountain by AICR fundraising and events co-ordinator, Suzanne Shaw (24) – like John, a former pupil of Madras
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Facing justice, recycling boss who dumped 100000 tyres - Manchester Evening News
Google News - over 5 years
Suzanne Shaw, prosecuting for the Environment Agency, said: "This is a financially-motivated crime. "There was potential to cause environmental harm or harm to human health. "The tyres are flammable and cause pollution when burnt and the site is
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Local Stations Bring Live Coverage Through the Night as Man's Violent Rampage ... - mediabistro.com
Google News - over 5 years
WOOD continued its live coverage through the evening with Suzanne Shaw replacing Schieber at the anchor desk around 8:00 pm and political reporter Rick Albin leading the breaking news coverage from the newsroom later in the night
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Leyla Harding to exit Emmerdale - stv.tv
Google News - over 5 years
A number of other cast members are to leave the soap including, Corrinne Wicks (Ella Hart), Sapphire Elia (Mia Macey), Kelsey-Beth Crossley (Scarlett Nicholls), Kirsty-Leigh Porter (Roz Fielding) and Suzanne Shaw (Eve Jenson)
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Bank Holiday At Six: Weekly Round-Up - ATV Today
Google News - over 5 years
To some of us soap fans of course she'll always be Reb Kean the toughie inmate of Prisoner: Cell Block H. Others waiting in the soap departure lounge include Suzanne Shaw who recently revealed that her departure from Emmerdale is expected to be a quiet
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Emmerdale: Corrine Wicks (Ella Hart) latest villager to leave the Dales? - Unreality TV
Google News - almost 6 years
Over the last few months we have seen the likes of Ryan (James Sutton) and Faye (Kim Thomson) Lamb leave the village, as well as exits announced for Eve (Suzanne Shaw), Kelly (Adele Silva), Scarlet (Kelsey-Beth Crossley), Roz (Kirsty Leigh Porter),
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British Soap Awards 2011: Celebrity fashion disasters - Now Magazine Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Emmerdale's Suzanne Shaw gets it wrong in a stripy Forever Unique number. Dannii Minogue called Suze - she wants her old prom dress back. Now magazine will not publish anything which is defamatory, offensive, or illegal. Email nowonline@ipcmedia.com to
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Suzanne Shaw
    THIRTIES
  • 2015
    Age 33
    On 4 March, 2015, Shaw announced that she is expecting a second child, with fiancé Sam Greenfield.http://www.reveal.co.uk/showbiz-celeb-gossip/news/a633021/suzanne-shaw-reveals-shes-pregnant--films-fiances-reaction.html Shaw gave birth to a boy on 6 October, 2015 whom she named Rafferty.
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  • 2012
    Age 30
    In 2012 Shaw toured in Funny Peculiar with Vicky Entwistle, Craig Gazey, Dominic Cazenove and Gemma Bissix.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2011
    Age 29
    In April 2011 it was announced Shaw would quit Emmerdale with her character later leaving onscreen in August 2011.
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  • 2010
    Age 28
    Her original contract was for a year and she made her debut on 2 April 2010.
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    Shaw starred as Judy Haynes alongside Aled Jones, Adam Cooper and Roy Dotrice in the musical White Christmas at the Lowry arts centre in Salford until 9 January 2010.
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  • 2009
    Age 27
    Shaw toured in The Vagina Monologues throughout the summer of 2009 alongside actresses such as Jessie Wallace, Wendi Peters and Sue Holderness.
    More Details Hide Details This is the second time Shaw has appeared in the production; her previous appearance was in Brighton in 2007.
    It is rumoured that Shaw was offered the role again on the West End and in a national tour in 2009 but decided to reprise her role in the Dancing on Ice Tour as she is 2008 Champion.
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  • 2008
    Age 26
    After her success on Dancing on Ice, Shaw joined the West End cast of Chicago. Shaw was originally only due to play the role of Roxie Hart for 6 weeks but due to good reviews and several standing ovations (Daily Mail) her contract was extended until August 2008.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw received a nomination for best takeover in the prestigious whatsonstage theatregoers choice awards for her performance of the role.
    On 1 March 2008, it was confirmed that she had chipped a bone in her ankle during training and there were doubts as to whether she would be able to continue in the competition.
    More Details Hide Details Having previously received a gash to the head and a broken rib, this did not deter her, and she vowed to carry on for her dance partner and the people who had voted for her. On 2 March, she skated with her ankle strapped and finished second from bottom on the leader board with a total of 24; however, the public saved her from the skate-off. On 9 March, she skated in the semi-final of Dancing on Ice and again achieved the highest score of the series so far with 27.5 (it also being the score of her "Music" routine) to the song "Eternal Flame". Christopher Dean stated that he was hugely impressed with her skating and performance, saying she could do both fast and slower numbers equally well and was exceptionally versatile. He also revealed that Shaw was very good at improvising as she forgot some of the steps at the start of the routine.
    In 2008, Shaw won series 3 of the popular ITV show Dancing on Ice, performing technical footwork and solo skating skills as well as many lifts and tricks with her partner Matt Evers, the "Headbanger" being her most best-known of the series (recreated with the twister in her final performance).
    More Details Hide Details Bonnie Langford was the first celebrity to perform the 'Headbanger' move in series 1, albeit from a lying position. Shaw is the only celebrity ever to do the Headbanger from a standing takeoff position, which is more difficult and more dangerous. Shaw also remains the only female celebrity to do the twister in the headbanger, the splits lift, the ballet lift, the walk over, a 3 jump, the famous Torvill and Dean overhead flip and cartwheel and a full death spiral amongst other moves.
    On 20 September 2008 she appeared on the second UK Kids Choice Awards 2008 on children's channel Nickelodeon as a guest presenter.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw took the title role of Cinderella, at the Bristol Hippodrome for the 2013 Christmas period. She joined TV personality Louie Spence as Dandini and popular local Bristolian comedian Andy Ford as Buttons.
    Shaw is also an ambassador of Mattel and the deal with Shaw is the first time that Mattel and Barbie DVD distributor Entertainment Rights have undertaken together.Shaw lent her powerful vocals to the theme tune "Connected" from 2008's "Barbie(TM) and the Diamond Castle" children's movie.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw has brought out a successful perfume "Ice" and interactive family DVD "Suzanne Shaw's Showtime Showdown". She is current face of Tesco Mobile as well as Disney for which she has launched the interactive games "Disney's Sing It" and "Disney's A Christmas Carol". Shaw recorded a song entitled "Calling" for dance duo Koishii & Hush which was a hit in dance charts both in the UK and the US. She also co-wrote several tracks for Hear'Say one of which was also recorded by and featured on the second album of American pop group Jump 5. Shaw presented a live gameshow Bingolotto on Virgin 1 and Challenge every Friday night which Virgin 1 announced was its highest rated Gameshow." Shaw has also presented many special events such as "Miss Scotland" and the "Jeans for Genes Fashion Show" at Harrods.
    In 2008 Shaw wrote a weekly column for Woman Magazine which has a circulation of over 370,000 each week.
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  • 2006
    Age 24
    Eve returned to the show briefly in October 2006 when she got married to James Jenson.
    More Details Hide Details In January 2010 it was announced that Eve would be returning to the show after nearly a 4-year absence with the part being recast. Series producer Gavin Blyth stated in an interview with Digital Spy that he auditioned 50 to 60 actresses for the role, one of them being former Hear'Say singer and West end star Shaw who made the trip to Yorkshire to audition from Manchester where she was playing Judy Haynes in the record breaking musical White Christmas. The decision to cast Shaw was announced on 29 January.
  • 2005
    Age 23
    Shaw started a relationship with DJ and television presenter Jason King. The couple had been friends since Shaw's Hear'Say days, but began dating in December 2005 after appearing together on Britain's Worst Celebrity Driver. The couple lived together with Shaw's son in Oxenhope in Yorkshire. They announced their engagement in August 2008 and the couple wed in Christchurch, Dorset, on 14 June 2009.
    More Details Hide Details On 13 February 2012, it was announced that the couple had separated. In 2008, Shaw was voted Celebrity Mother of the Year by the public. Following her marriage Shaw took some time off to support her new husband and to dedicate herself to family life. Shaw also said that she prefers quiet family life and goes out of her way to avoid the press and a showbiz lifestyle.
    In February 2005, Shaw took on the role of narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, also in the West End.
    More Details Hide Details The leading role in Snow White followed, and then as Janet in The Rocky Horror Show national tour, appearing twice on Londons West End. Shaw once again received rave reviews for her role from fans of the show, critics as well as creator Richard O' Brien. The Stage commented that Shaw was "a delectably wide-eyed Janet", with Critic Chris High stating "Shaw is delightful as the naive Janet and proves she has far more to offer than anything a reality TV show could ever uncover" and the British Theatre guide stating "A big surprise to me was how outstanding former Hear'Say popstar Suzanne Shaw was: she is so at home on stage with strong voice and fabulous presence". Shaw has also appeared in the musicals Chicago and White Christmas; for further details see notable roles and appearances. Acting roles post Hear'say have included The Court for Channel Four and a guest appearance on the British television police procedural The Bill, broadcast on ITV1 in June 2007, playing the character of Laura Matthews. Shaw has been a panellist for Loose Women on ITV1 as well as appearing in the reality television programmes Have I Been Here Before? and Britain's Worst Celebrity Driver and the popular ITV show Dancing on Ice.
  • 2004
    Age 22
    Shaw gave birth to her first child, a boy named Corey MacKenzie Graham, on December 16, 2004.
    More Details Hide Details Corey's father is actor and singer Darren Day.
  • 2002
    Age 20
    Hear'say had two number one singles, a number three single and a number six single in the British charts as well as many awards and accolades, before splitting in 2002.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw co-wrote some of Hear'says songs and has stated that she continues to write although she does so under various aliases. Since the band broke up on 1 October 2002, just after her 21st birthday, Shaw has established herself as a leading lady in musical theatre as well as an actress, television presenter, model and as a popular media personality. Shaw has appeared in musical theatre from a young age but following the break-up of Hear'Say has begun to firmly establish herself as a leading musical theatre actress. She landed a role in the remake of the Summer Holiday musical in London's West End, and later in a UK tour of the show starring alongside Darren Day and Christopher Biggins. Despite initial scepticism about the part going to a popstar Shaw received huge praise for the role such as from the British Theatre Guide which stated "And those who, like me, only know Suzanne Shaw (Bobby) as part of the manufactured pop group Hear'Say, had their eyes opened. She was a dancer, singer and actress long before Popstars, and it shows". and Nowt2do.com stating "Suzanne Shaw no doubt had the most to prove as Barbara, having come from Hear'Say but she has wowed this critic over. She light up the stage with her stunning smile and had the most powerful voice. It's hard to think that she was in Hear'Say when she was strutting her stuff with such professionalism that you would think she has been in West End Musicals for years.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2000
    Age 18
    Shaw's break came in 2000 when the ITV show Popstars launched a competition for contestants to become part of a newly formed pop band.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw had just turned 18, and attended the auditions and successfully made it through several elimination rounds. She was chosen as one of the ten finalists and became one of the members of Hear'Say, along with Kym Marsh, Myleene Klass, Noel Sullivan and Danny Foster, having beaten 4,000 other hopefuls. Their debut single was the fastest selling non-charitable record ever in the UK, selling 1.3 million copies. Their first album Popstars, went on to sell 1.2 million copies in the UK, followed by their own television show entitled Hear'say It's Saturday, performing with established artists such as Lionel Richie, Joe Pasquale, Bradley Walsh, Blue and Atomic Kitten. Hear'say broke many World records during their career and still hold the title of being the only musical artists to have the no.1 spot in the charts for both their debut album and debut single at the same time.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1981
    Born
    Born on September 29, 1981.
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