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Overview (3)

Born in Walsall, Staffordshire, England, UK
Birth NameSusan Frances Harmer Nicholls
Height 5' 8" (1.73 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Sue Nicholls was born on November 23, 1943 in Walsall, Staffordshire, England as Susan Frances Harmer Nicholls. She is an actress, known for Coronation Street (1960), The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin (1976) and Up the Elephant and Round the Castle (1983). She has been married to Mark Eden since July 1993.

Spouse (1)

Mark Eden (July 1993 - present)

Trivia (9)

Her father, Sir Harmar Harmar-Nicholls (1912-2000), was made a Baron in 1975. She then automatically became "The Honourable Miss Harmar-Nicholls".
She met her husband, actor Mark Eden, at a party in 1983, and they married ten years later. He went on to star alongside her in Coronation Street (1960) as villain, Alan Bradley.
In 1968, she released a record called "Where Will you Be?", which peaked at number 17 on the UK singles chart. It remained in the top 75 for eight weeks.
Is one of 11 Coronation Street (1960) actors to have won a Best Comedy Performance Award at the British Soap Awards; the others are John Savident, Malcolm Hebden, Andrew Whyment, Maggie Jones, Craig Gazey, Patti Clare, Stephanie Cole, Simon Gregson, Sally Dynevor and Dolly-Rose Campbell.
Is one of 7 Coronation Street (1960) actors to have won a Best Dramatic Performance Award in the British Soap Awards; the others are Georgia Taylor, Bradley Walsh, Jane Danson, Natalie Gumede, David Neilson and Kym Marsh.
Is just 8 years older than Helen Worth, who plays her daughter on Coronation Street (1960).
In 2011, while watching an episode of Coronation Street (1960), Anna Bianconi-Moore, a nurse within the dermatology department at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, spotted a mole on Nicholls' shoulder and immediately contacted the show via e-mail to express her concerns. Nicholls was seen by the show's medical team, before being referred to a skin cancer specialist, where she was diagnosed with malignant melanoma. After the mole was successfully removed, ITV, the show's production company, contacted Bianconi-Moore to update her on the situation, and she was invited to the Coronation Street set, where she met Nicholls.
Played her first grandmother role at age 37 on Coronation Street (1960).
Her Coronation Street (1960) Audrey Roberts is a mother, a grandmother and a great grandmother whereas Nicholls has no children in real life.

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