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Annie Hulley

Annie Hulley
Born Clara Anne Hulley
(1955-10-23) 23 October 1955
Wakefield, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK
Occupation Actress
Years active 1974-
Spouse(s) Chris Clough
Children 2

Annie Hulley (born 23 October 1955 in Wakefield, West Riding of Yorkshire) is an English television and stage actress who has appeared in the British soap-operas Emmerdale as Karen Moore and Coronation Street.[1]

She trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.[1]

Television appearances

Date Programme Character
2011 Sirens Stella Woodvine
2007 Yorkshire Ripper: Mind of a Killer (documentary) Narrator
2000 Coronation Street Gwen Davies/Loveday
1994-1995 September Song Myra
1991 Sleepers Sandra Robinson
1988 Doctor Who/The Happiness Patrol Voice of newscaster
1988 The Return of the Antelope Brelca
1986 Emmerdale Karen Moore


  1. ^ a b Hayward 1996, p. 129
  • Hayward, Anthony (1996). Who's Who on Television. London: Boxtree. ¬†

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