Coronation Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Coronation Quotes from famous persons: Debra Stephenson, Michael Parkinson, Jane Fallon, Rob James-Collier, Nigel Havers. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Coronation Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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I left ‘Coronation Street’ so I could spend more time with the kids because it was difficult getting a work life balance.
I think life without Coronation Street would be unthinkable. It’s part of all our lives.
Michael Parkinson
I’m turning into one of those people who writes to the actors on ‘Coronation Street’ – a really obsessive fan.
Being in ‘Coronation Street’ is only going to make me a better actor.
I couldn’t resist the idea of doing ‘Coronation Street.’
Nigel Havers
I always took ‘Coronation Street’ a year at a time anyway. It was the 50th anniversary; I’d been there five years. It just felt right to leave.
Before ‘Coronation Street,’ I was a jobbing actor, and after it, I’m a jobbing actor again.
Creative genius is a divinely bestowed gift which is the coronation of the few.
Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
When I appeared in ‘Coronation Street,’ I lived in Manchester and enjoyed it very much.
I was earning a living. I was getting into more acting, then ‘Coronation Street’ came along, and it was the chance of a lifetime.
My dad doesn’t watch ‘Coronation Street.’ But my mum is a massive fan. I’d like to think my dad will watch it for a few token episodes, as I’m in it.
I’ve always been a fan of ‘Coronation Street,’ and the chance to work on it was just too good to miss, but it meant a great upheaval for my family.
I admire the older ladies who carry on working. Look at Betty Driver on ‘Coronation Street’ – she‘s incredible.
In the order of literature, as in others, there is no act that is not the coronation of an infinite series of causes and the source of an infinite series of effects.
I have long been one of those tedious people who rails against the coronation of ‘student-athletes.’ I have heard the argument that big-time athletics bring in loads of money to universities. I don’t believe the money goes anywhere other than back into the sports teams, but that’s another story.
I’ve got a bike in the lounge that I watch Coronation Street on. I never had to watch my weight until I had the children, but with the bike, I’m fine.
I would always consider going back to ‘Coronation Street.’
The RSC changed my career, and ‘Coronation Street’ changed my life.
I’ve had a fantastic time at ‘Coronation Street,’ and I’m chuffed at the reaction to Becky. It’s been this lovely redemption story, and I think that’s what the viewers have enjoyed about it.
I initially went into ‘Coronation Street’ for three months. If they had said back then, ‘Do you want to do it for six years?’ I probably would have said, ‘I don’t think so.’
If I was a star, it would be difficult to go off and do ‘Coronation Street.’ So I guess I’m not a star.
Between 1945 and 1965, the number of colonial people ruled by the British monarch plunged from 700 million to five million. In 1956, just three years after the coronation, the Suez canal crisis and Anthony Eden‘s humiliation ended all notions that Britain was a world superpower.
I’ve become President of the Author‘s Guild, and, in part because they thought I had to know what I was talking about and also as a sort of coronation present, they got me an iPad. And I have to tell you, I’m crazy about it. It’s got some bugs, but it’s basically replaced my laptop. I’m very happy with it.
It sounds a bit cheesy saying ‘Coronation Street’ is like one big happy family, but there is a real aspect of that.
I can watch dramas all day long. I like ‘Ozark,’ things like that.That or ‘Coronation Street.’ I never miss it.
It still hasn’t sunk in that I’m going to be in Coronation Street. Everything about the role is brilliant and I’m working with some great people.
Richard Fleeshman
I liked ‘Z Cars’ – just hearing the music got me going! ‘Coronation Street’ was massive in our house. My mum used to say Ena Sharples reminded her of Gran, which she wouldn’t have been happy to hear!
You know, I was a kid when I went into ‘Coronation Street’ and I had an amazing time. I got some fantastic opportunities from Corrie and from ‘Soapstar’ and I’d never say they did anything other than help me.
Richard Fleeshman
I did go to public school, but that’s only because my parents were abroad. As a matter of fact, I think that’s helped my work. I can go from Victoria Wood‘s ‘Dinnerladies’ to playing Barbara Cartland, from ‘Coronation Street’ to playing Celia in LastTango‘.
I grew up on a street that’s similar to the ones you used to see in Coronation Street on TV. We had an outside toilet at the bottom of the yard and I had to share a bedroom until my older sisters left home.
Coronation Street’ in my opinion is based on strong, feisty women and downtrodden men – that’s what the show has always been about.
Kym Marsh
Major success feels a bit like a coronation. Like I’d become a king. I was one of the most famous people in the world, loved and hated in equal measure. I couldn’t see anything bad with it. It made me a happy person.
‘Coronation Street’ was my first job, Zoe was a controversial character, and I wasn’t used to everyone looking at me.
It would be good to see what the Queen gets up to at Buckingham Palace. I bet she spends her whole time watching ‘Coronation Street.’
Amelia Warner
I am unashamed to say that I have a super-crush on Kate Oates, the series producer of ‘Coronation Street.’