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Sheridan Smith narrates 'sleep stories' to help Brits drift off

Sheridan Smith has narrated five bedtime stories inspired by the likes of 'Game of Thrones' and Premier League football to help Brits drift off to sleep. Sheridan Smith has narrated a series of bedtime stories inspired by 'Game of Thrones' and 'The Secret Garden'. The 39-year-old actress has teamed up...
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Sheridan Smith to narrate ‘sleep stories’ for streaming service Now

Award-winning actress Sheridan Smith will narrate a series of “sleep stories” for streaming service Now. The roughly 15-minute stories are inspired by TV hits including Game Of Thrones and Riviera and are designed to help listeners drift off, according to Now. The service, which has teamed up with The Sleep...
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Sheridan Smith pulls out of presenting BRIT Award

Sheridan Smith pulled out of presenting a BRIT Award alongside Olly Murs and Adam Lambert after making a mysterious early exit from the ceremony. The actress, 39, had been invited to the music event last Tuesday to present the accolade for Best British Group, won by Little Mix, with Olly, 37, and Adam, 39, who are her co-stars on new ITV show Starstruck.
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Sheridan Smith vows the truth will come out

Sheridan Smith has vowed "a lot of truths will come out" in her new book, 'Honestly: My Story'. Sheridan Smith has vowed "a lot of truths will come out" in her new book. The 39-year-old actress and singer is releasing her own tome, 'Honestly: My Story', in October this year and she hopes people will "finally understand" her.
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Call The Midwife's Jenny Agutter set to reprise her role in The Railway Children sequel – 50 years after original as Sheridan Smith and Tom Courtenay join the new cast

Call The Midwife star Jenny Agutter is set to reprise her role in The Railway Children sequel - over 50 years after starring in the original film. The actress, 68, was just 16 when she played Bobbie Waterbury in the 1968 BBC series, before going on to star in the 1970 film version at 18-years-old.
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Sheridan Smith, Adam Lambert join ITV show

Actor Sheridan Smith, Queen frontman Adam Lambert, comedian Jason Manford and singer and musical theatre star Beverley Knight have joined the panel for UK commercial broadcaster ITV’s upcoming talent show Starstruck. Created by Banijay-owned Remarkable Television, the the 6×75’ and 1×90’ series will be hosted by pop star and presenter...