Sheree Murphy is a British actress and Radio & TV presenter, best known for her role as Tricia Dingle in the ITV1 soap opera Emmerdale, who she played from 1998 until 2004.
Sheree currently hosts the Sunday morning show with Wes Butters on The Hits Radio.
In 2005 the public fell in love with Sheree’s genuine, accessible personality when she was voted runner up in I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! She presented ITV2’s coverage of the British Soap Awards in both 2005 and 2006 and went on to co-host the ITV2 spin-off shows for Soapstar Superstar and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!. Additional credits consist of various strands for This Morning, including a 3 week guest slot covering I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! in 2007. Sheree was also a guest judge on GMTV’s Battle of the Brides in 2008.
“down to earth and likeable nature,”
Sheree married Australian footballer Harry Kewell in 2002, and together they have four children aged between 6 and 17. Her down to earth and likeable nature has seen her front various commercial campaigns including Pampers, Cow and Gate and the Christmas TV advertising campaign for Nintendo DS.
In 2010 Sheree hosted GMTV’s Baby Lounge Club which looked at everyday issues that parents can face. She also joined the cast of Channel 4 Soap Hollyoaks playing Anita Roy’s long lost mother, Eva Strong. In addition, she stepped in as a co-host for series 3 of the successful Channel 5 show Cowboy Builders. Sheree’s episodes rated so highly for the channel they commissioned a one off follow up show off the back of the series.
In 2013, Sheree took part in the ever popular prime time ITV show All Star Family Fortunes. In summer 2013, Sheree also appeared on All Star Mr & Mrs with husband Harry and they went on to win £30,000 for their chosen charity.
In 2014 Sheree made her acting comeback in Australian soap, Neighbours, for a six-week guest stint playing a devious character and acquaintance of Paul Robinson, Dakota Davies. Sheree’s explosive finale episode reached over 1million viewers. Sheree also partnered with McCain Foods in 2014 to find a star-studded scarecrow to feature exclusively in the brands sponsorship ahead of Emmerdale.
“performed brilliantly and impressed the judges throughout with her cooking knowledge and calm nature.”
In 2015 Sheree returned to our TV screens appearing on cookery competition, Celebrity MasterChef. Passionate about home cooking and family nutrition, Sheree performed brilliantly and impressed the judges throughout with her cooking knowledge and calm nature. Sheree made it through to the semi-finals beating off some strong competition along the way. Throughout 2015, Sheree also joined the Loose Women ladies as a guest panellist.
As a busy mother of four, Sheree was best placed to work with SMA Nutrition on their Come and Wean Us Campaign in 2015. Sheree created six nutritional recipes and “how-to” cooking videos for the different stages of the weaning process.
In 2016 Sheree hosted brand new daytime cookery competition series Yes Chef for BBC One. The show saw professional chefs pair up with and mentor amateur home cooks who then battled it out in a weekly final which was judged by culinary royalty, Pierre Koffman. The second series of Yes Chef aired in June 2017.
Sheree reprised her role as Dakota Davies in March 2018 and filmed special scenes on location in London with Paul Robinson’s son, Leo Tanaka, who was seeking answers surrounding the mysterious death of his mother.
In June 2018, Sheree joined brand new radio station, The Hits Radio, and hosts a weekly Sunday morning show with Wes Butters, 9am – 12pm. Sheree also regularly covers for Gemma Atkinson on The Hits Radio weekday breakfast show alongside Gethin Jones and Comedy Dave.