Stephanie Davis Biography | Who Is Stephanie Davis?
Stephanie Davis (Stephanie Ann Davis) is an English actress who has appeared on various British television shows. She came to public attention when she competed in the 2010 BBC talent-search Over the Rainbow.
Davis was also cast in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks as Sinead O’Connor where he played the role for five years until her contract was terminated by producers. Davis appeared on the seventeenth series of Celebrity Big Brother in 2016, where she finished the series as runner-up.
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Stephanie Ann Davis was born on 8 March 1993 in Mersyside, England. She is 25 years old as of 2018.
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She grew up in Liverpool and has two younger brothers. She then attended De La Salle School, St Helens.
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She is dating Hollyoaks co-star Owen Warner, who plays Romeo Quinn.
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Davis met fellow actor Jeremy McConnell in the Celebrity Big Brother house in 2016. They struck up a romance and left the house as a couple in 2016. Their relationship was one of the most tumultuous celebrity relationships featuring reconciliations, public spats, domestic violence and a consequential restraining order. The couple officialy broke up in 2018.
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Davis also dated Sam Reece, a model and hairdresser. The two broke up after Davis cheated on him with Jeremy McConnell on Celebrity Big Brother and they went on to have a baby together.
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Davis gave birth to a son, Caben-Albi in January 2017.
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Stephanie began her career as a child actress. She also secured the role of Gretl von Trapp in the Liverpool Empire Theatre’s production of The Sound of Music when she was eight years old. Davis played the title role in the theatre’s production of Annie two years later and later as Little Nell in Her Benny.
She appeared in a number of minor television roles which includes appearances in Holby City, Doctors and Parents of the Band.
Stephanie Davis Over The Rainbow
She took part in Over the Rainbow, a BBC talent-search looking for an actress/singer to play Dorothy Gale in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s production of The Wizard of Oz in 2010. Davis advanced to the fifth week, whereupon she was voted off following a sing-off against Stephanie Fearon.
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She went on to be cast as Sinead O’Connor in Hollyoaks following her appearance in Over the Rainbow. Initially slated to appear in late August, she made her Hollyoaks debut on 1 September 2010. It was announced Davis’ contract had been terminated on 16 July 2015. Her agent then confirmed that she was fired from the job because she arrived on-set “unfit for work”. Davis announced in May 2018 that she would be returning to Hollyoaks as Sinead, nearly three years after her sacking.
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She signed up to appear on the fifteenth series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in November 2015. Davis had to pull out of the show one day prior to it commencing because of a potentially fatal nut allergy. She appeared on the seventeenth series of Celebrity Big Brother as a contestant in January 2016, eventually finishing the series as runner-up. Her time also in the house was controversial, due in part to her protracted affair with a fellow housemate Jeremy McConnell.
Stephanie Davis Net Worth
The actress has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
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Stephanie Davis on Sinead’s future
After a year at Hollyoaks, has it been everything that you expected?
“It’s been everything and more. It’s just so good to come to work and do something that you love. Everyone’s lovely here and it literally is like the Hollyoaks family. Even when I spoke to people from other shows at the Soap Awards, they commented on how we all seem like a family and really look out for each other. So I get to come to work to do what I love with people that I love – it’s brilliant.”
We’ve seen Sinead show more of a bitchy side in the past few weeks – what are your thoughts on this?
“I love it! I love playing the bitch and I want to do it more. I think Sinead did start out quite cocky and a bit of a bitch, and then as things went on with Diane and things like that, she did become a bit more laid-back. I think Sinead feels like she can’t trust anyone, so she puts a barrier up and pushes them away a bit.”
How will things progress for Sinead in the coming weeks?
“She will open up a bit more and make a few new friends. She’s got some interesting stuff coming up. She goes nice for a little bit, but then the bitch starts coming back! She’ll have a bit of a rivalry with someone…”
Is the storyline between Sinead, Ruby and Esther just schoolgirl bitchiness or could it become more of a serious bullying storyline?
“I think it could be more serious with Ruby, but not with Sinead. I don’t think Sinead’s really like that. I don’t think Sinead is a bully, I think she’s just the ‘bad girl’. So I don’t think we’ll see Sinead as a severe bully, but we could see her getting into the wrong type of things and mixing with the wrong type of people – the bad characters of the show!”
Do you like the relationship between Sinead and Bart?
“Yeah, Jonny Clarke who plays Bart is one of my best friends in real life, we’re really close. Everyone always asks if we’re together in real life and I’m like, ‘No!’ because he’s got a girlfriend!”
We do see Sinead away from the rest of the O’Connors quite a bit, so would you like to see more scenes with her and the family?
“Yeah, I would. I have had quite a lot of stuff with Diane and recently we’ve been filming together so much – it’s been non-stop with full days. I think Diane is going to start speaking to other people, not just the kitchen sink! (Laughs) We’ll have also scenes together over meal-times and things like that, but I am enjoying working with the other characters as well – Sinead’s getting out there and doing different stuff.”
Could we see Sinead’s real mum return any time soon?
“I’m not sure at the moment – I don’t think we’ll see her return any time soon. Maybe we could see her return later on, but I think everything’s cool at the moment. I enjoyed working with her as she was lovely – she was really laid-back and very different from me!”
Finally, are you enjoying working with Hollyoaks‘ new boss Gareth Philips?
“Yeah, he’s really nice. He’s really easy-going and if you have a problem, you can go up and speak to him. The other day, I had a meeting with him in his office and he said, ‘This is what’s going to happen – tell me what you think’. He’s like a friend and he’s very straight with you. I like that, it’s really nice and it’s never daunting going up to the producer’s office. When he first started, obviously we all saw him as the boss but now it’s just completely relaxed and I get on with him really well. I think he’s done really good with the show as well.”
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Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis was drinking three bottles of wine in the morning at her lowest point
Stephanie Davis was starting her day with three bottles of wine, at her lowest point.
The Hollyoaks actress appeared on Loose Women to discuss her darkest time, and how she overcame it and got back to a happy place.
Speaking to the panel, Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan, Saira Khan and Coleen Nolan, she said: “At the end I was drinking every day, a lot, probably three bottles of wine in the morning.
“I got told I had trauma and PTSD when I got to rehab. I was having panic attacks and anxiety. I was having night terrors. I was using it to go to sleep.”
Steph, who is a mum to son Caben from her relationship with fellow Celebrity Big Brother star Jeremy McConnell, also opened up about her new romance with co-star Owen Warner.
“He’s just beautiful inside and out. He brings me flowers every week because he never lets them die so he gets them every week,” she said.
“It’s nice to know what real love is.”
When asked if she was nervous about returning to Hollyoaks, she said: “No, because in my industry there was a lot of things about me in the press that weren’t true.
“They all know me there, I grew up there. Everyone was made up to have me back. They were excited to have me back doing what I’m good at because I am a really good actress.
“Even all the camera crew because I grew up with them all, they were crying when I came back.”