NW Europe was the breeding ground of the Kangaroo. Introduced in Normandy, their use contributed considerably to the Allied victory. Its use quickly spread out to other theatres of war and even lingered on well into the 1960s.
Priest Kangaroos were not only modified for use in Normandy but in Italy as well. Italy was the only theatre where Sherman tanks - M4A2s to be precise - were used as Kangaroos.
See the photo of a turretless Syrian M4A1 at the page on Syria. It was taken somewhere during the 1948-1956 period. Could this be another Sherman APC?
Apparently the Canadians not only converted Priests and Rams into Kangaroos, but a number of Grizzlies as well. It seems these were used only in Canada but in the 1950s they were shipped to Europe.
After phasing out from active service as tanks, some of Canada's M4A2(76)W HVSS Shermans were in use as APC in the mid-1960s.