Sarah Sutton

Sarah Sutton


12/12/1961, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England

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December 12, 1961 saw the birth of Sarah Sutton. She started her career in theater while she was still a child at 9 playing Baby Roo in Winnie the Pooh for four Christmas seasons. In the 1970s, Sarah appeared in many television productions including starring in 1978's Themore


Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • Sarah has starred in many Doctor Who audio for Big Finish including Spare Parts, The Haunting of Thomas Brewster and The Girl Who Never Was to name just a few.

    • Sarah first came back to the role of Nyssa in Doctor Who for the Children in Need special Dimensions in Time in 1993, it was made also to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Doctor Who.

    • In 2006, Sarah has played the role of Asaria in the CD The Jarillion Mercy, a monologue by Rob Brown.

    • Sarah Sutton was the youngest female actress to play a companion in Doctor Who.

    • Sarah has a daughter, and works as a Public Library Attendant.

  • Quotes

    • Sarah: (At a convention answering a question on what she thought of Matthew compared to the opinion of Janet Fielding who had a low opinion of him) I'm probably a bit more diplomatic than Janet.

    • Sarah: (Discussing how she got the role in The Moon Stallion in 1977) Dorothea Brooking directed, and she picked me out of a group of other girls. And that was something like eleven weeks on location.

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