30 August 1976 |
Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, UK
|Spouse(s)||Joseph Millson (2013-Present)
Tony Denman (2002-2009)
|Relatives||Andrew-Lee Potts (brother)|
Sarah-Jane Potts (born 30 August 1976) is an English actress, best known for her roles as Saint (Sarah) in Sugar Rush, as Ellie, Abs' on/off girlfriend on Casualty and as Jo Lipsett in Waterloo Road. Potts is the sister of actor Andrew-Lee Potts. From 2011, she appeared in Holby City as Senior Nurse Eddi McKee on AAU, playing a different character to the one she played in Casualty. Potts left Holby City in the second episode of Series 15; her departure was kept a secret by the production team and was not reported at all by the media, resulting in a shock exit for her character.
Early in her career she noted that, "In the three years I have been acting I have spent most of the time looking dirty, scruffy, ill or tarty."
Potts attended Bradford's Scala Kids stage school with her brother Andrew. As a teenager she worked in a greasy spoon cafe in Bradford. She left school during her A-levels to star in Meat. From 1999-2001 she dated Erik Palladino. They met at a film festival in Sweden during the summer of '99 and at the end of the year she moved to LA to live with him. She met her ex-husband, Tony Denman, when filming National Lampoon's Barely Legal and they were married in June 2002. She has a son, named Buster Alan Denman, born 2004. She met her current husband Joseph Millson while working together on the medical drama Holby City. The two married on December 31, 2013.
|1997||My Son the Fanatic||Madeline Fingerhut|
|2000||Five Seconds to Spare||Twig|
|2001||Young Blades||Radegonde / Anne|
|2003||National Lampoon's Barely Legal||Ashley|
|2008||Heart of a Dragon||Amanda|
|1989||Children's Ward||TV series|
|1995||Bill, TheThe Bill||Mandy||Episode: "To Crack a Nut"|
|1995||Moving Story||Joy||Episode: "Superstition"|
|1996||Peak Practice||Maddie Taylor||Episode: "A New Life"|
|1996||Bramwell||Rose Tully||Episode: "2.6"|
|1996||Out of the Blue'||Kirsty||Episode: "2.6"|
|1997||Canterville Ghost, TheThe Canterville Ghost||Virginia Otis||TV movie|
|1997||Broker's Man, TheThe Broker's Man||Harriet Potter||6 episodes|
|1997||Locksmith, TheThe Locksmith||Alice Pierce||TV miniseries|
|1999||Dalziel and Pascoe||Sophie Richmond||Episode: "Time to Go"|
|2002||Deep Cover||Georgia Haley||TV series|
|2002||Off Centre||Julie||Episode: "Cockfight"|
|2002||NYPD Blue||Elizabeth Garner||Episode: "Meat Me in the Park"|
|2003||Murder She Wrote: The Celtic Riddle||Breeta Byrne||TV movie|
|2003||Legend of Tarzan, TheThe Legend of Tarzan||Bonnie Porter||Episode: "Unaired Pilot"|
|2003||American Dreams||Episode: "Change a Comin'"
Episode: "The Long Goodbye"
|2003||Keen Eddie||Audry||Episode: "Pilot: Eddie"
Episode: "Sucker Punch"
|2004||Keen Eddie||Audry||Episode: "Citizen Cecil"|
|2005||Bodies||Ruth Duncan||Episode: "2.10"|
|2006||Sugar Rush||Saint||10 episodes|
|2007||You Can Choose Your Friends||Chloe||TV movie|
|2008||Casualty||Ellie Bridges||10 episodes|
|2008||Emmerdale||Leanne Grounding||3 episodes|
|2009-2010||Waterloo Road||Jo Lipsett||18 episodes|
|2011||Zen||Cinzia Miletti||Episode: "Ratking"|
|2011-2012||Holby City||Eddi McKee||Series regular, 58 episodes|
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- "Weekend birthdays". The Guardian (Guardian News & Media). 30 August 2014. p. 55.
- "Andy Newton Lee and Sarah-Jane Potts". OK! Magazine. 24 June 2008. Retrieved 17 January 2011.
- "I was so ugly people couldn't eat; INTERVIEW; Sarah Jane Potts.". Daily Mirror. 20 May 1996. Retrieved 17 January 2011.
- "Surprise loo role made me squirm". Daily Mirror. 21 October 1997. Retrieved 17 January 2011.
- De Witt, Barbara (11 September 2000). "Trendy Twosomes: Celebrity couples attend the awards". Daily News (Los Angeles). Retrieved 17 January 2011.
- Weeks, Janet (20 January 2001). "Tough Stuff". TV Guide (US).
- Riggs, Thomas (2006). Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television 71. Gale. p. 47.
- "Actor has hopes for 'dorm daze'". Saint Paul Pioneer Press. 28 September 2003.
- "Joseph Millson & Sarah Jane Potts Wed". holby.tv. 2 January 2014. Retrieved 16 December 2014.
- Sarah-Jane Potts at the Internet Movie Database
- "Interview with "Heart of a Dragon" actress Sarah Jane Potts". Reach Magazine. 30 October 2010. Retrieved 17 January 2011.
- "Actress takes on the Great Wall Of China with the Heart Of A Dragon (video interview)". Women In Film and Television Vancouver. YouTube. 7 November 2010. Retrieved 17 January 2011.
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