a little bit about me
Prolific actress Sally Lindsay is a native of Manchester, and lives and breathes Saffron Cherry’s core values. Sally joined Saffron Cherry Productions as creative director to develop strong stories as well as advocating powerful female roles.
Sally started in theatre and stand-up , then got her first break in the groundbreaking sit-com The Royle family. She then went on to work on shows such as Phoenix Nights and Fat-Friends, before becoming one of Britain’s best-loved barmaids Shelley Unwin in Coronation Street. After 5 very happy years on the street, Sally decided to try something new. She starred in a sell-out performance of A Taste of Honey at the Royal Exchange Theatre. Manchester and then returned there the following year as part of Manchester International Festival in Everybody loves a Winner. Also in that year she voiced in the Oscar nominated A Matter of Loaf and Death by Ardman.
She then went on to lead in Sky 1’s Mount Pleasant which continued to run for seven years at the same time she also created and starred in ITV’s Scott and Bailey.
Other projects include Red Productions Ordinary Lies and the BBC’s Bafta-winning shows Murdered for being Different, Moving on and Still Open all Hours and UK TV’s Dial M for Middlesbrough.
When she was asked to star and be associate producer in Channel 5’s highly successful Cold Call it began a fruitful collaboration with Clapperboard Studios and Saffron Cherry productions. Their next project being The Madame Blanc Mysteries which she starred in, produced, created and co-wrote with Sue Vincent. This will be on our screens in the autumn.