Who is shelley conn dating

04-Apr-2016 05:00

And it turns out she’s not protesting too much about always being typecast as the sultry one. He came to Australia, got me up the duff then disappeared!

In her last big role, she was more than a little horrified to discover she was playing the mother of a 17-year-old – at the grand age of 33. ’ She told Jonathan, back in the UK, that she thought she might be pregnant – and did the test over Skype.

While she’s in a major new American TV series, Jonathan is able to fly back to the UK to star in the new series of In The Club, and then film a US drama.

If you’re a promising actor or actress, it’s a lifestyle to envy.

Obviously she’d gone through the whole thing, since she’s the lead [on .] So she wrote me ‘Wow congratulations.’ We film in Queensland, and she said ‘Oh I have a house nearby where you’re shooting, you must come by’ but of course whenever I’m over there shooting, she’ll be in Canada, so I never saw her.”With both Anna and Shelley scoring lead roles on major network shows, it’s great proof that actresses who play gay are given even more opportunities because of their broad range and appeal.“If anything, I think it heightened my profile,” Shelley said. And I don’t just mean titillation — because I never approach the roles like that.

For Jessica and Nina, the stories were about a woman falling in love and it’s surprising that it’s with a woman.

Here’s an actress who’s living the Hollywood dream.

Miss Conn, who lives in London with actor boyfriend Jonathan Kerrigan, will begin filming the show this month in Australia.

Mistresses (l-r) Trudi (Sharon Small), Jessica (Shelley Conn), Siobhan (Orla Brady) and Katie (Sarah Parish) (l-r) Trudi (Sharon Small), Jessica (Shelley Conn), Siobhan (Orla Brady) and Katie (Sarah Parish)She had landed the female lead role in Terra Nova, the £43 million Steven Spielberg time travel series. I had a home birth, and it was stress free – as stress free as it can be.’Shelley and Jonathan had been together ten years before Oscar was even thought of, after meeting on the set of police drama Merseybeat, where Shelley played PC Miriam Da Silva. ‘I held the thing up to the camera and he saw two lines and went, “Wow!

Getting the part was a coup, but sadly, Terra Nova wasn’t a triumph. He even talked about trying to get a part on Home And Away. ”.’The first role she did take after the birth was Heading Out, which aired in February this year.

As far as looks go, you can’t get much more exotic.

Shelley, 36, jokes about her ancestry which is a mix of Indian, Burmese and Portuguese. ‘He presented me with a ring and I burst into tears and it was glorious, everything we tried to pretend we didn’t want. I didn’t expect to fall pregnant immediately – but I did.

Miss Conn, who lives in London with actor boyfriend Jonathan Kerrigan, will begin filming the show this month in Australia.

Mistresses (l-r) Trudi (Sharon Small), Jessica (Shelley Conn), Siobhan (Orla Brady) and Katie (Sarah Parish) (l-r) Trudi (Sharon Small), Jessica (Shelley Conn), Siobhan (Orla Brady) and Katie (Sarah Parish)She had landed the female lead role in Terra Nova, the £43 million Steven Spielberg time travel series. I had a home birth, and it was stress free – as stress free as it can be.’Shelley and Jonathan had been together ten years before Oscar was even thought of, after meeting on the set of police drama Merseybeat, where Shelley played PC Miriam Da Silva. ‘I held the thing up to the camera and he saw two lines and went, “Wow!

Getting the part was a coup, but sadly, Terra Nova wasn’t a triumph. He even talked about trying to get a part on Home And Away. ”.’The first role she did take after the birth was Heading Out, which aired in February this year.

As far as looks go, you can’t get much more exotic.

Shelley, 36, jokes about her ancestry which is a mix of Indian, Burmese and Portuguese. ‘He presented me with a ring and I burst into tears and it was glorious, everything we tried to pretend we didn’t want. I didn’t expect to fall pregnant immediately – but I did.

“Then we took four months off over Christmas, so our lead actress, Melissa George, could have a baby. We’re all very proud of it, and can’t wait to see what people think of it.”The show is based on a book, Heart Matters, by a real-life heart transplant surgeon who is played by George.