Coronation street star Katie McGlynn shares her upcoming work plans after leaving Hollyoaks
Katie McGlynn made her debut on Coronation Street when she was 19, as Sinead Tinker and later appeared on Hollyoaks as new mom Becky Quentin
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Soap star Katie McGlynn has revealed her upcoming job opportunities after she left Hollyoaks earlier this year.
The 28-year-old actress first appeared on Coronation Street in 2013, when she was 19, playing the sweet Sinead Tinker.
Katie finally left the series in 2019, with Sinead sadly passing away in a heartbreaking storyline about cancer.
The actress then returned to soap country, appearing on Hollyoaks as new mom Becky Quentin just 18 months after Sinead was killed, shocking fans only when she left the Channel role 4 after only nine months.
But now it looks like Katie may be returning to our screens soon, after she teased about future work projects in a recent Instagram Q&A.
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She said: “I have some interesting potential projects coming up. Nothing has worked out yet but I will keep you updated.”
Katie also confirmed her escape from Hollyoaks with an Instagram post in February, writing: “Becky Quentin, over and over!
“It was an absolute pleasure playing Becky and making my teeth into something so different and tough!
“As an actor, to be able to portray someone who is very similar to extremely current global issues, from conspiracy theories to anti-vaxxers, coronavirus and sinophobia…
“I really hope the plot helped raise some important issues and helped people see how easy it is for someone to get sucked into this whole world of fake news and conspiracy!”
Katie once revealed that being in the spotlight at a very young age made her feel ‘uncomfortable and low’.
The pressure of looking good at red carpet events and being compared to her co-stars made her feel self-conscious and worried about being the target of villains.
“I was always paranoid that girls would judge me and sneer at me, when they weren’t even looking. But even if they were, they’re not my friends,” she told The Sun.
“There were times when I felt uncomfortable and low.
“But luckily, everyone at Corrie is lovely and some of them are my best friends now.”
“Now if I see nasty comments, I don’t get upset,” she said. “But when I was younger, I would be sad because I never felt more appreciated than the other girls on Corrie in terms of looks.”
The star credited her closest friends with soap stars Brooke Vincent (who plays Sophie Webster), Lisa George (Beth Tinker) and Sam Aston (Chesney Brown) for keeping her head in the face. country.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/coronation-street-star-katie-mcglynn-27086876 Coronation street star Katie McGlynn shares her upcoming work plans after leaving Hollyoaks