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Sally Dynevor worries she'll be axed from Coronation Street

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Sally Dynevor worries she'll be axed from Coronation Street

Sally Dynevor "worries" about being fired from 'Coronation Street'.

The 52-year-old actress has portrayed Sally Webster since 1996 and though she feels "secure" in her job, she admits the unexpected could happen and she is always ready for the possibility her contract won't be renewed.

She said: "I can't imagine leaving 'Coronation Street' - it's the perfect job for me and there are a lot of reasons I've stayed so long.

"I get great stories - I never seem to be without things to do - and it's great for my kids, I can go home every day and be a mum.

"I feel much more secure than I probably did 10 years ago, but you just don't know how things are going to turn out, so I still worry a little about my contract being renewed every year. A new producer could come in and decide they don't like my character, who knows?"

If she did suddenly find herself out of a job in Weatherfield, Sally - who has children Phoebe, 20, Samuel, 18, and 11-year-old Hattie with husband Tim Dynevor - would "embrace" the chance to do new things.

She added to Woman magazine: "I'm a very optimistic and positive person, so if it did happen I'd go and have a great time doing other things. I'd miss everybody but I'd embrace it."