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Katherine Rose Morley is back on our screens playing Keeley Sanderson in Kay Mellor’s hit drama The Syndicate – but there are plenty of other shows you might have already seen the actress in.
The actress stars alongside YouTube sensation and former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Joe Sugg, Emily Head and Colette Andrews, in series four of the much-anticipated BBC One lottery drama set in Yorkshire.
The brunette beauty plays 23-year-old Keeley who works at Woodvale Kennels, lives at home with her mum and is a compulsive gambler.
But what do we know about the actress herself? Let’s take a look…
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How old is she?
Katherine Rose Morley was born on October 3 1989 which makes her 31.
Is she dating anyone?
Katherine is believed to be dating Oliver Coopersmith with the actress sharing a collection of sweet snaps of the couple on her Instagram.
Olivier is an actor and has starred in series Tin Star and Dickensian.
Where is she from?
The brunette star was born in Woolton, Liverpool.
What has she starred in?
Katherine previously appeared in the 2013 series The Mill, playing Lucy Garner, before making appearances in Call The Midwife, Vera and Moving On.
The actress also played Emma Moxam in the BBC Three 2016 miniseries Thirteen, alongside Killing Eve star Jodie Comer.
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Between 2013 and 2020, Katherine played Ellie in The Last Tango In Halifax.
She has 4,885 Instagram followers and often shares behind-the-scenes snaps from TV sets.
How did she get into acting?
Katherine made her acting debut aged 12 in a production of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at St Julie’s Catholic High School in Woolton.
She went onto join Liverpool-based Everyman and Playhouse Youth Theatre before attending the Guildhall School of Music and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 2012.
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