Siblings: 1 brother, Stephen and 2 sisters, Suzie and Donna
Interests: Her interests were once quoted as "Drawing, Painting, Reading, Writing and Visiting friends".
Extras: Sarah's been in the "business" for about 24 years now and first got into acting after her mum
Sarah began her acting career at the age of ten when she joined the Central Junior Television Workshop.
Sarah was diagnosed with Bell's Palsy at age 18. She recovered quickly and has had no long-term problems.
At university, Paul and Sarah Churm's dorms were next-door to each other.
Sarah once shared a flat in Leeds with co-star Sarah Churm while they were filming At Home With The Braithwaites.
The notorious 16th century woman pirate Grace O'Malley, or Granuiale as she was known in Ireland, is Sarah's great, great, great, great grandmother. Sarah once portrayed her infamous ancestor during a St Patrick's Day Parade in 2001
Brother Stephen is also said to have musical asperations.
Younger sister Suzie is said to be a budding actress.
Sarah's mother is a TV scriptwriter whose work includes the TV series "Doctors".
As a child, Sarah was given small gifts on the birthday of all her siblings so that she did not feel left out
Sarah's family made headlines in her local area as amazingly, her 3 siblings share the same birthday (but were born on different years.)
Sarah's first role was as Rachel Hobbs in Woof!
Sarah: (on her character, Virginia, from At Home with the Braithwaites) When I knew I was going to play a lesbian I wasn't sure how to go about it because, I've never had any doubts about my sexuality. I've always known that I like boys. But the scripts are great, which helps a lot, and I normally find that the character sort of arrives when I put Virginia's big sensible boots on. They make her walk in a certain way that just isn't feminine at all. Once I'd got her walk right the rest of her seemed to come along too.