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Sarah grew up in Edgbaston with her father David, a classic car parts specialist; mother Janet, a former headmistress; sister Kate, 30, and brothers Guy, 26, and Tom, 25. Sarah married Ben O'Sullivan in 2003.
Educated at the Bluecoat School in Harborne and later left the renowned King Edward’s Grammar School with 10 GCSEs, four A-Levels, and a BA degree in acting from London School of Speech & Drama in 1995.
To help pay her way in acting school she took a job working in McDonalds. She appeared in numerous commercials and a series of films before she got her big TV break in afternoon soap Doctors. Her best-known roles are as K.C. in the Sky One drama Mile High and Bex Reynolds in the BBC One medical drama Casualty, where she also revealed a talent for comedy. Through her role on Casualty, she has appeared in a calendar with profits going to Children in Need Appeal. She also came sixth in the BBC's second series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Sarah was voted one of FHM's Hot 100 Sexiest Women. Recently she has also been named one of the "Sexiest TV Babes" in Zoo Weekly magazine.
- Touch and Go (1998)
- Sugar, Sugar (1998)
Notable Television Series
- EastEnders (1997)
- Beginners Luck (1999)
- Doctors (2000-2001)
- Hollyoaks (2001)
- Mile High (2003)
- Casualty (2003-2005)
- EastEnders (2005)
- Communicating Doors (2000) Gateway Theatre, Chester
- BBC1 The Afternoon Play : Girls' Weekend (2003)
- Strictly Come Dancing (2004)
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