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Sarah Alexander is an English actress.
She has appeared in British series including Armstrong and Miller, Smack the Pony, Coupling, The Worst Week of My Life, Green Wing, Marley's Ghosts, and Jonathan Creek.
Alexander was born in 1971 in Hammersmith, London. Frank Smith, her father, was a television producer and director on factual television shows such as Panorama; he died when she was still attending school. She went to Godolphin and Latymer School in Hammersmith. She went back to school after her A-levels and travelled to Edinburgh's Festival Fringe to get off acting. Her parents wanted her daughter to attend university, but she turned down a position at the University of Manchester to begin her first professional acting career.
Alexander appeared in The Bill in 1992 as a witness to an attempted robbery. In an episode of BBC comedy-drama Lovejoy, she appeared Muriel the following year. In 1994, Nicky, Damien's risk-addicted weather reporter companion, appeared in Drop the Dead Donkey. In 1996, she appeared in Beatrice's Daughter, Octavio Paz's only play, at the Gate Theatre Studio in Beatrice. She has appeared in other theatre performances, including The Vain Monologues, Hand in Hand, The Secretary Bird, Northanger Abbey, and Macbeth as Lady Macbeth. She met Ben Miller in the mid-1990s when they shot an advertisement for disposable cameras together, and she met Alexander Armstrong through him. Miller and Armstrong became friends and collaborators, and Alexander went on to appear on their Channel 4 sketch show Armstrong and Miller (1997–2001), mainly in the regular "Nude Practice" segment.
Alexander leapt into comedy, a field in which she has since specialized. Smith and Jones (1997–1998) and Smack the Pony (1999–2003), among other sketch shows, as well as writing for the latter. In "Stoke Me a Clipper," she appeared in the science-fiction comedy film Red Dwarf. Fliss Inkpen-Thomas appeared in the Midsomer Murders episode "The Garden of Death" as Fliss Inkpen-Thomas. She appeared on The Strangerers in 2000, as well as being co-host of the final series of the modern-affairs satire The 11 O'Clock Show, alongside Jon Holmes. Susan Walker made her debut in Coupling, the BBC sitcom Coupling series, which ran for four seasons from 2000 to 2004. Mel in The Worst Week of My Life and Angela Hunter in the hospital comedy Green Wing were among other British television appearances.
Alexander appeared in NBC's short-lived remake of the British comedy series Teachers, before appearing in the films I Could Never Be Your Woman and Stardust (both released in 2007). Seaview Knights (1994) and Going Off Big Time (2000) were among her previous film credits. Layla Barton appeared in the BBC drama All The Small Things, which premiered in 2009. She also appeared in the BBC's Mutual Friends in 2008, and she played Layla Barton in the BBC drama All The Small Things, which premiered in 2009.
Since 2011, she has appeared in The Gobetweenies, a BBC Radio 4 comedy series. In 2011, the first series was broadcast in 2011, and two more were released in 2012 and 2013. Me and Mrs Jones, a BBC series starring Jane Jones, was a British actress who appeared in the 2012 BBC film Me and Mrs Jones. Polly Creek, the wife of main character Jonathan's wife, made her first appearance in the episode "The Clue of the Savant's Thumb" in 2013. DS Zoe Keller appeared in the Dave comedy Undercover as DS Zoe Keller. She has appeared in Marley's Ghosts on Gold, a comedy series from 2015. Alexander Thwaite appeared in the Epix series Pennyworth in 2019.