Sara Sugarman

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Sara Sugarman, born 13 October 1962, in Rhyl, Denbighshire, Wales, is a Jewish-Welsh actress and film director whose work includes Disney's Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004) and Very Annie Mary (2001).[1][1] She has also appeared in films including Dealers (1989) and Those Glory Glory Days (1983).

Biography[edit]

As a young teenager, she played in a punk outfit called The Fractures, managed by Mike Peters. [2]

In London, Sugarman attended both the Arts Educational School and then Barbara Speake Stage School in Acton. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (Rada) in 1986-89, where she won the 'Best Actress' medal. In 1992 she married the actor David Thewlis. They divorced in 1994 and celebrated with a party and a kiss.

She currently divides her time between Los Angeles, London and Wales. She currently resides in Los Angeles.[3][2]

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TV commercials[edit]

  • Various appearances (1970-1980s)

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