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Sarah Alexander

Full / Real Name: Sarah Smith
Born: 03 January 1971 (50 years old)
Gender: Female

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Sarah Alexander is an English actress best known for her roles in a number of British television comedy series, including Smack the Pony, Coupling, Green Wing and The Worst Week of My Life.

In 2007 she could be seen in I Could Never Be Your Woman, directed by Amy Heckerling, playing a lead character – Jeannie - alongside Michelle Pfeiffer and Paul Rudd.

She also starred in Stardust, directed by Matthew Vaughn, where she plays Empusa, a 400-year-old witch. She joined Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert De Niro, Claire Danes and newcomer Charlie Cox in this fantasy feature.

Sarah is best known for her input - both writing and appearances - in British comedy greats Worst Week Of My Life (BBC) and Green Wing (Channel 4).

She also starred in four series of Coupling (BBC) and in Smack The Pony (BBC).

Other notable appearances include sketches in Drop The Dead Donkey (BBC), Armstrong And Miller (Channel 4), The Eleven O'Clock Show (Channel 4) and Smith And Jones (BBC).

Her film credits include: the TV film Perfect Strangers (CBS/Sky movies), Going Off Big Time (dir. John Ddoyle), The New Adventures Of Pinocchio (dir. Michael Anderson), Juliet in Romeo And Juliet (dir. Michael Bogdanoy), Princess and Seaview Knights.

In addition to film and television, Sarah has appeared in several theatre productions including The Vagina Monologues (New Ambassadors Theatre), Hand In Hand (Hampstead Theatre), The Secretary Bird (Far East tour), Northanger Abbey (Queens Hornchurch) and Lady Macbeth in Macbeth (Gateway, Chester Theatre).



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