25 February 1985 |
Hammersmith, London, England
Sadie Isabelle Amy Miller (born 25 February 1985) is an English actress and the daughter of actors Brian Miller and Elisabeth Sladen. As a child, she did extensive voice work and at eight made her TV debut as Penny, the on-screen daughter of Minnie Driver's character, in the BBC Screen One film Royal Celebration.
She appeared alongside her mother in the retrospective documentary Doctor Who: Thirty Years in the TARDIS (1993), wearing a replica of her mother's Andy Pandy overalls from The Hand of Fear (1976). She also played Natalie Redfern in both series of Sarah Jane Smith for Big Finish Productions,[when?] and wrote several monologues for her mother on the audio The Actor Speaks.
Miller completed courses with the National Youth Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre's Young Writer's Programme, and RADA's Shakespeare Course.[when?] She earned a BA in English and Related Literature, graduated with honours, and continues to act and write.
- Keal, Graham (13 October 2009). "How Dr Who star Elisabeth Sladen has rolled back the years in The Sarah Jane Adventures". Daily Record. Retrieved 2009-12-02.
- Note that IMDb incorrectly cites 1983 as Sadie Miller's year of birth. The GRO shows the year was 1985.(IMDb has been corrected by 3 Jan 2013)
- "The Actor Speaks CD". MJTV.