Behind the Laughter PDF Å Behind the PDF \

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Behind the Laughter [Reading] ➹ Behind the Laughter Author Sherrie Hewson – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Join Loose Women s Sherrie Hewson on her rollercoaster ride through the laughter, tears and tantrums of an extraordinary life lived on and off the screenSherrie Hewson is one of Britain s best loved t Join Loose Women s Sherrie Hewson on her rollercoaster ride through the laughter, tears and tantrums of an extraordinary life lived on and off the screenSherrie Hewson is one of Britain Behind the PDF \ s best loved telly stars From her dazzling performances in the Carry On films to Russ Abbott s Madhouse, to her favourite character Maureen Holdsworth in Coronation Street to the green hills of Emmerdale, Sherrie s warmth and good humour won her a place in the heart of the nation And now an adored presenter on Loose Women, which she joined eight years ago, Sherrie has become a friend and confidante to the millions who tune in for her naughty sense of fun, openness and quick witBut Behind the Laughter Sherrie has been hiding a secret heartache Afteryears of marriage, she is finally divorcing the man who cheated on her and squandered all her money, leaving her bankrupt, on the brink of an alcohol problem and suicidal It has taken her nine years to reach this point but Sherrie is now ready to share her story and it s one that at times seems fitting to a soap opera than real lifeFrom living in a brothel to being ditched at the altar, to living in fear of her stalker to nearly murdering her Corrie co star by accident, of course , to the on and off screen lovers, friends and foe, to struggling to conceive her much loved daughter,Sherrie a natural storyteller always manages to see the funny side and tells it like it is with warmth and a cheeky smileBrimming with brilliantly funny anecdotes and larger than life characters, Sherrie s story will delight, entertain and, above all, make you laugh.


10 thoughts on “Behind the Laughter

  1. chucklesthescot chucklesthescot says:

    I am not a fan of Loose Women in fact I never watch the show, and that meant I had never heard the stories in the book that Sherrie shared with the viewers So I was reading everything new so to speak which is why I enjoyed the bookthan expected I only read this because I was interested in the actors and actresses from Coronation Street but I did like it.Sherrie really was the child from hell sticking knitting needles down her brother s throat, stealing from shops, charities and other k I am not a fan of Loose Women in fact I never watch the show, and that meant I had never heard the stories in the book that Sherrie shared with the viewers So I was reading everything new so to speak which is why I enjoyed the bookthan expected I only read this because I was interested in the actors and actresses from Coronation Street but I did like it.Sherrie really was the child from hell sticking knitting needles down her brother s throat, stealing from shops, charities and other kids, all before the age of 6 What a monster Mind you, her brother was no angel either Makes we wonder if I was that badly behaved as a kid and just don t remember it I like that she was willing to write about it as a lot of celebrities are selective about missing out things that could make them look bad.The humour is what made this book fun to read and some of her stories are very funny Being asked to escort Steve McQueen around London and vomiting on him, her legs going weak in front of Richard Chamberlain and collapsing at his feet, getting tongue tied in front of Robert Redford at an audition and screwing it upall very funny to read about but so embarrassing for her It was also funny to hear about all her clumsy moments on the set of films and Coronation Street a one woman disaster area at times, which I could certainly relate to I had always thought I recognised her from before Coronation Street but it was only when I read this book that I realised it was from Russ Abbot s Madhouse which we watched every week As soon as I read it I could remember her with Bella and the gang Now that makes me feel old There was aserious side to the book as she talked about how young actresses would be treated as sex objects by perverts, with your career suffering if you didn t do what they asked I find it disgusting that so many women are forced into sex with directors and actors for fear of never getting a part You can see now how Jimmy Savile got away with his behaviour for so long I admire that Sherrie had the belief in her ability as an actress to say no, under such pressure Then there was the abuse she received from Kenneth Williams when she worked on the Carry On films He sounded like a nightmare to work with I don t like people who make themselves feel big by bullying others.Overall it was a good mix of drama and humour and I enjoyed reading it


  2. Ardos Ardos says:

    Good read and what a lifeI felt sorry for her because of the untrustworthy and low life husband she had, he used her and she let him


  3. Nikki Bywater Nikki Bywater says:

    Well known television actress Sherrie Hewson shares her life story in this well told and interesting auto biography Sherrie Hewson takes us behind the scenes of the many TV shows she has appeared in and a behind the scenes look at her personal life Right up to her appearances on the popular discussion show Loose Women.Although Sherrie Hewson has had a successful show business career in her personal life there as been many ups and downs Sherrie tells her story in a warm, honest and witty way t Well known television actress Sherrie Hewson shares her life story in this well told and interesting auto biography Sherrie Hewson takes us behind the scenes of the many TV shows she has appeared in and a behind the scenes look at her personal life Right up to her appearances on the popular discussion show Loose Women.Although Sherrie Hewson has had a successful show business career in her personal life there as been many ups and downs Sherrie tells her story in a warm, honest and witty way that makes this book well worth the read


  4. Book Addict Shaun Book Addict Shaun says:

    I love Sherrie and reading this was like she was speaking to you I was shocked at some of the stuff she wrote about but I ve only ever known her Corrie character and then the stuff she s told us on Loose Women, so fans of Sherrie that have followed her for years might not be surprised by what she writes because it isn t new information to them But certainly an enjoyable read, one of the better Loose Women autobiographies but not the best biography I ve ever read A lot of funny stories as well I love Sherrie and reading this was like she was speaking to you I was shocked at some of the stuff she wrote about but I ve only ever known her Corrie character and then the stuff she s told us on Loose Women, so fans of Sherrie that have followed her for years might not be surprised by what she writes because it isn t new information to them But certainly an enjoyable read, one of the better Loose Women autobiographies but not the best biography I ve ever read A lot of funny stories as well as you would expect from Sherrie


  5. Helen Helen says:

    Picked this book up yesterday and couldn t put it down Read it within a few hours Written wiith lots of humour even although Sherrie hasn t always had it easy by any means Had me laughing a lot of the time tho


  6. Louise Louise says:

    This was a quick easy read that I enjoyed Never really liked Sherrie however she came across well and has had an intresting life Would recomened


  7. Julie Julie says:

    I really enjoyed this book It changed my view quite a bit of Sherry realising what an intelligent and well liked woman she is I would recommend this book.


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