Siobhan FinneranSiobhan Margaret Finneran (born 27 April 1966) is an English television, film and theatre actress of Irish descent, whose catchphrase "Right. Ma'am!" has been used in several of her programmes. She made her screen debut in the 1987 Independent film ''Rita, Sue and Bob Too'', and subsequently worked consistently in television drama including roles in ''Coronation Street'', (1989–1990) ''Clocking Off'' (2000–2002) and ''The Amazing Mrs Pritchard'' (2006). In 2005, Finneran originated the lead female role in the stage play ''On the Shore of the Wide World'' and was awarded the Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Also a comedy performer, Finneran appeared as a leading character in the first seven series of popular ITV sitcom ''Benidorm'' (2007–2015).
Later television roles include portraying a lawyer in the mini-series ''Unforgiven'' (2009), an embittered servant in the first three series of the costume drama ''Downton Abbey'' (2010–2012) and a recovering addict in ''Happy Valley'' (2014–present), for which she was nominated for the 2017 British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actress. Later film credits include Mrs Swift in the 2013 film release, ''The Selfish Giant'', which earned her a British Independent Film Award nomination. Provided by Wikipedia