WHEN it comes to iconic Noughties TV shows, there's a BBC classic which is a cut above the rest.
Set in Manchester, hit drama Cutting It – which ran for four series between 2002 and 2005 – followed the lives of a team in a hairdressing salon.
There was love, rivalry, betrayal – and a brilliant cast, many of whom are now established stars.
Here we take a look at what happened to them after they left the salon.
Sarah played leading role Allie, who ran the Henshall Ferraday salon and often found herself embroiled in love triangles.
The actress – who first found fame in The Bill in 1994 – went on to appear in TV hits including Doctor Who, Mistresses, Broadchurch, Bancroft and Stay Close.
She also starred in Christmas classic The Holiday, playing Kate Winslet’s best friend.
Sarah, 55, has been married to actor husband James Murray, who she met on Cutting It, since 2007.
She was living with boyfriend Dan Fredenburgh when James joined Cutting It, and fell for him after they split.
They tragically lost their daughter Ella-Jayne to a congenital heart defect in 2009 when she was just eight months old.