Coronation Street couple Reg and Maureen Holdsworth to reunite in Benidorm
Friday 12 April 2013
Coronation Street favourites Sherrie Hewson and Ken Morley will be sharing the screen again after they signed up for the next series of Benidorm.
Morley, who played amorous supermarket manager Reg Holdsworth in the soap, will make a guest appearance in the ITV show which will be shown next year.
Hewson, who played his on-screen wife Maureen in the soap for many years, will return to her regular role as hotel manager Joyce Temple Savage.
The series, which is currently being filmed, also sees the return of regular cast members including Steve Pemberton, Siobhan Finneran and Tim Healey, and former cast member Nicholas Burns will also return to the show.
Executive producer Ben Cavey said: "Things are certainly heating up by the pool in this series, with some great new characters, as well as the return of many of our well-loved regulars."
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