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Victoria Jane Binns (born 27 August 1982) is an English actress, known for her two roles in the two veteran ITV soap operas Emmerdale and Coronation Street respectively. She had a lead role in Von Trapped opposite Caroline Quentin and also appeared in a couple of series of Children's Ward as a tomboy called Tash. In 1999 she played the role of Anne-Marie in the BBC drama series Nature Boy, directed by Joe Wright.

Vicky Binns
Born
Victoria Jane Binns

(1982-08-27)27 August 1982 (age 39)
OccupationActress
Years active1998–present
Notable work
Molly Dobbs in Coronation Street
TelevisionEmmerdale (1999–2003)
Coronation Street (2005–2010)
The Mill (2013–2014)

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Her theatre credits include: Teechers and Perfect Pitch for Hull Truck Theatre company. ‘’Alfie’’ ‘’To Kill a Mocking bird’’and ‘’The winters Tale’’ Bolton Octagon ‘’Singing in the Rain’’ West End tour ‘’Early Doors Live’’, Abigail's Party

Binns's first major TV role was in Nature Boy, alongside Lee Ingleby and Mark Benton, she then went on to join the ITV soap Emmerdale playing the part of Ollie Reynolds for four years from 1999 to 2003. In 2004 she played alongside Caroline Quentin in Comedy Drama Von Trapped after which Binns joined the cast of Coronation Street playing Molly Dobbs. In May 2010 Binns announced that she would be leaving Coronation Street Binns said "'It’s been a joy to be involved in such a fantastic storyline and it is only right that it has the explosive ending viewers are waiting for. I am very excited about playing out the rest of this plot and indeed about what the future holds. I've had an amazing time in the show and feel it's right to leave on such a high."

On 9 December 2010, at the climax of a live episode of Coronation Street, her character Molly dies from injuries sustained in the tram crash to mark the show's 50th anniversary. Comforted by her ex-lover's wife Sally Webster (played by actress Sally Dynevor)

Binns is the voice of animation 'Susie Pugh' and has gone on to play a guest lead in Casualty for the BBC and True Crime for ITV and Moving On BBC.She appeared in both Series of hard hitting Period Drama The Mill for Channel 4. She has toured the hugely popular West End production of Singin' in the Rain, as antagonist Lina Lamont. Her other theatre credits include J.B. Priestley's I've been here before at the Jermyn Street Theatre; Hatched and Dispatched at The Park Theatre; To Kill a Mocking Bird directed by Elizabeth Newman; and The Winters Tale directed for the second time by David Thacker. Her latest Theatre role has seen her play the part of pub regular ‘’June’’ in ‘’Early Doors’’ alongside Craig Cash and Phil Mealey who also wrote the series

Year Title Type Role Notes
1998–1999 Children's Ward TV Tash Series regular
1999–2003 Emmerdale TV Ollie Reynolds Series regular, 241 episodes
2000 Nature Boy TV Anne-Marie Credited as Victoria Binns
2004 Von Trapped TV Tammy-Jade TV movie
2005–2010 Coronation Street TV Molly Dobbs Series regular, 452 episodes
2011 Casualty TV Angela Simmons 1 episode: "Sanctuary"
2013–2014 The Mill TV Martha Regular role

Vicky Binns
Vicky Binns Language Watch Edit This article has multiple issues Please help to improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page Learn how and when to remove these template messages This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification as it includes attribution to IMDb IMDb may not be a reliable source for biographical information Please help by adding additional reliable sources for verification Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately especially if potentially libelous or harmful December 2010 Learn how and when to remove this template message This article s use of external links may not follow Wikipedia s policies or guidelines Please improve this article by removing excessive or inappropriate external links and converting useful links where appropriate into footnote references February 2019 Learn how and when to remove this template message Learn how and when to remove this template message Victoria Jane Binns born 27 August 1982 is an English actress known for her two roles in the two veteran ITV soap operas Emmerdale and Coronation Street respectively She had a lead role in Von Trapped opposite Caroline Quentin and also appeared in a couple of series of Children s Ward as a tomboy called Tash In 1999 she played the role of Anne Marie in the BBC drama series Nature Boy directed by Joe Wright Vicky BinnsBornVictoria Jane Binns 1982 08 27 27 August 1982 age 39 Bury Greater Manchester EnglandOccupationActressYears active1998 presentNotable workMolly Dobbs in Coronation StreetTelevisionEmmerdale 1999 2003 Coronation Street 2005 2010 The Mill 2013 2014 Contents 1 Career 2 Filmography 3 References 4 External linksCareer EditHer theatre credits include Teechers and Perfect Pitch for Hull Truck Theatre company Alfie To Kill a Mocking bird and The winters Tale Bolton Octagon Singing in the Rain West End tour Early Doors Live Abigail s Party Binns s first major TV role was in Nature Boy alongside Lee Ingleby and Mark Benton she then went on to join the ITV soap Emmerdale playing the part of Ollie Reynolds for four years from 1999 to 2003 In 2004 she played alongside Caroline Quentin in Comedy Drama Von Trapped after which Binns joined the cast of Coronation Street playing Molly Dobbs In May 2010 Binns announced that she would be leaving Coronation Street Binns said It s been a joy to be involved in such a fantastic storyline and it is only right that it has the explosive ending viewers are waiting for I am very excited about playing out the rest of this plot and indeed about what the future holds I ve had an amazing time in the show and feel it s right to leave on such a high On 9 December 2010 at the climax of a live episode of Coronation Street her character Molly dies from injuries sustained in the tram crash to mark the show s 50th anniversary Comforted by her ex lover s wife Sally Webster played by actress Sally Dynevor Binns is the voice of animation Susie Pugh and has gone on to play a guest lead in Casualty for the BBC and True Crime for ITV and Moving On BBC She appeared in both Series of hard hitting Period Drama The Mill for Channel 4 She has toured the hugely popular West End production of Singin in the Rain as antagonist Lina Lamont Her other theatre credits include J B Priestley s I ve been here before at the Jermyn Street Theatre Hatched and Dispatched at The Park Theatre To Kill a Mocking Bird directed by Elizabeth Newman andThe Winters Tale directed for the second time by David Thacker Her latest Theatre role has seen her play the part of pub regular June in Early Doors alongside Craig Cash and Phil Mealey who also wrote the seriesFilmography EditYear Title Type Role Notes1998 1999 Children s Ward TV Tash Series regular1999 2003 Emmerdale TV Ollie Reynolds Series regular 241 episodes2000 Nature Boy TV Anne Marie Credited as Victoria Binns2004 Von Trapped TV Tammy Jade TV movie2005 2010 Coronation Street TV Molly Dobbs Series regular 452 episodes2011 Casualty TV Angela Simmons 1 episode Sanctuary 2013 2014 The Mill TV Martha Regular roleReferences EditExternal links EditVicky Binns at IMDb Vicky Binns Vicky Binns News At Unreality TV Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Vicky Binns amp oldid 1035643116, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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