Coronation Street’s Gary Windass in danger as Sharon Geary returns for revenge?

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Actress Naomi Cooper-Davis, who plays Sharon Geary,  has been spotted filming new scenes for Coronation Street alongside Gary Windass (played by Mikey North), and Lauren Neelan (Kel Allen). Sharon is one of the few people who know about Gary’s involvement in Rick Neelan’s disappearance. As she’s put under pressure from the police, could she betray Gary?

Coronation Street’s loan shark Sharon first appeared on the soap back in 2019 as a hench-woman for Rick Neelan – an evil loan shark.

Sharon helped Rick to torment Gary by forcing him to work as a loan shark himself, however when Rick disappeared, she took over.

Sharon grew suspicious over Gary’s sudden takeover and questioned him about what was going on.

Gary eventually admitted to Sharon he had killed Rick in one final violent showdown where the pair headed to the woods.

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A source confirmed Sharon’s role, revealing “she’s involved with Kelly Neelan’s court case”.

Meanwhile, there’s more drama on the Coronation Street cobbles next week with Todd Grimshaw (Gareth Pierce) caught up in a horror hit and run.

Whilst it’s well-known the weatherfield undertaker isn’t short of enemies, Shona Ramsey (Julia Goulding) accidentally hits Todd completely unaware it was him.

Shona confesses to her husband David (Jack P Shepherd) that in the process of moving his car she hit something and in a panic drove off.

As there was no evidence left at the accident, they shrug it off and send the car to mechanic Abi Franklin (Sally Carman) to fix the dent in the car.

A source confirmed Sharon’s role, revealing “she’s involved with Kelly Neelan’s court case”.

Meanwhile, there’s more drama on the Coronation Street cobbles next week with Todd Grimshaw (Gareth Pierce) caught up in a horror hit and run.

Whilst it’s well-known the weatherfield undertaker isn’t short of enemies, Shona Ramsey (Julia Goulding) accidentally hits Todd completely unaware it was him.

Shona confesses to her husband David (Jack P Shepherd) that in the process of moving his car she hit something and in a panic drove off.

As there was no evidence left at the accident, they shrug it off and send the car to mechanic Abi Franklin (Sally Carman) to fix the dent in the car.

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Elsewhere in Coronation Street it has been reported fan-favourite character Norris Cole (Malcolm Hebden) has been killed off.

The actor was part of the ITV soap for 27 years before stepping down from his role.

Mary Taylor (Patti Clare), Ken Barlow (Bill Roache) and Claudia Colby (Rula Lenska) were all present.

Malcolm decided to quit acting in 2017 after he experienced a heart attack but still continued to make short appearances until 2019.

The actor previously explained whilst speaking about his decision to retire by saying: “Most of December [2017] I was in an induced coma, in the care of these brilliant, wonderful people at the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU).”

“Fortunately I didn’t realise how bad it was; I was dying. The cardiac team, headed by Mr [Joseph] Zacharias, simply saved my life.”

 He continued: “I absolutely adored playing Norris and I was pleased to be able to return briefly after my operation,”

“It took a great deal of courage to make the decision to retire. But I had come to realise that although the mind was willing the body was not so much”

Coronation Street airs Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.

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