Coronation Street star Joan Savage dies aged 89
The tragic death of Joan Savage, an actress on Coronation Street, at the age of 89, has been reported.
The actress co-starred in scenes with Malcolm Hebden in a fleeting appearance on the ITV soap opera in 2000.
But her dance ability, which she displayed on The Arthur Haynes Show, is probably what made her most famous.
Dancer Joan Savage passes away quietly at her Twickenham residence
It is possible that viewers recall Joan Savage from her July 2000 Coronation Street appearance.
In the Tower Ballroom, she portrayed Celeste Pickersgill, who was partnered with Norris Cole for a dancing competition.
The unfortunate news is that the 89-year-old Hollywood legend has passed away.
Early this month (November), the celebrity passed away quietly at home in Twickenham, surrounded by her loved ones.
The last several years have been very tough for Joan and our family, according to Kelly Reynolds, Joan’s daughter, who spoke to Metro. “Mum used to say ‘I’d like to go with my tap shoes on.'” I hope she’s back together with her fellow celebrities and rocking the stage up there!
The celebrity career of Joan Savage, star of Coronation Street
Joan Savage performed on The Arthur Haynes Show from 1956 to 1962 in addition to her job on the cobbles.
Joan had a 60-year career that included a cameo in a Dad’s Army episode.
A multi-talented woman, Joan was seen on TV performing impressions, humor, and roller skating in addition to singing and dancing.
In addition, she met her first husband Ken Morris while playing the lead in a play titled Music and Madness. Subsequently, they began giving joint performances.
She did, however, eventually start working alone and produce her own shows, Joan Savage Sings and The Pleasure of Your Company.
Because of her contributions to the entertainment industry, Joan was granted the Freedom of the City of London in 2008.