Sarah Hollis Andrews
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|Sarah Hollis Andrews|
Born in London, Hollis Andrews' breakthrough role came in 1972, when she was cast as Mary Lennox in the BBC children's drama The Secret Garden, an adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel of the same name. She was discovered at an open call reading by director Dorothea Brooking, who praised her as "the best Mary," she had directed in her 3 productions of the beloved children's novel.
This serial was first shown in 1975. Her only other roles were in the Children's Film Foundation production The Man from Nowhere (1975), and the TV series The Peppermint Pig (1977).