|First appearance||14th May 1973|
|Last appearance||30th May 1973|
|Number of appearances||6|
|Played by||Jane Casson|
Faye-Marie Schofield was the wife of Tom Schofield, who was Ena Sharples's nephew. Faye-Marie's father-in-law was Ena's brother Tom, who emigrated to the USA in the 1910s, and Ena didn't find out about she had relatives in America until Tom Jnr. travelled to Weatherfield to take her to visit her brother in Nebraska.
Faye-Marie herself first visited the UK with her husband in May 1973, ostensibly to see the Manchester Festival but also so that Tom could tell Ena in person that her brother had recently died in his sleep. While in the country, Faye-Marie became interested in Ken Barlow; she gave a lesson on America at his school and he returned the favour by taking her to Platt Fields. This didn't go unnoticed by Ena, who was appalled when the Schofields told her they had an open marriage. Ken and Tom managed to convince Ena that Ken and Faye-Marie were just friends and the Schofields returned to the USA on good terms with her.
Tom and Faye-Marie also accompanied several Street residents on a trip to Woburn Abbey. They were pleased when Ena introduced them to The Duke of Bedford, and an excited Faye-Marie told him that she had seen him give a lecture back in America and that her grandmother's family name, like the Duke's, was Russell.