Sarah Quintrell

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Sarah Elizabeth Quintrell (born Lambeth, London) is an English writer and actress, best known for Call the Midwife (2016), Doctor Who (2011) and BBC TV sitcom Carrie and Barry (2004-2005).

Career[edit]

Sarah Quintrell started her career playing Sinéad in the BBC TV sitcom Carrie and Barry (2004-2005). She has gone on to appear in Call the Midwife (2016), Doctor Who (2011), Lewis, (2007), The Watcher, The Last Trace, The Marchioness Disaster, Doctors and Island at War.

Sarah was the original Bobbie in Mike Kenny's The Railway Children (2008-2009) [1] at York Theatre Royal. She transferred with the production to London Waterloo Station, where it won the Olivier Award for Best Entertainment (2011).[2] She has also played Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion (2005).[3][4] Other theatre includes As You Like It (2006), Forty Years On (2011) and an assortment of new writing including AgeSexLocation (2004), Bloodtide (2005) and playing Natalie in James Phillips’s City Stories [5] which had a residency at St James Theatre London (2014-2015). It transferred to 59East59 Theatre in New York as part of Brits Off Broadway (2016).

Writer[edit]

Quintrell's writing debut ELLEN, was broadcast on Channel 4 - Thursday 1 September 2016, at 10pm, starring Jessica Barden, Yasmin Monet Prince, Jaime Winstone, Joe Dempsie and Charlie Creed-Miles.[6]

Filmography[edit]

TELEVISION

Year Show Role Notes
2017 Die letzte Spur (TV Movie) Christy McMarrow
2016 Call the Midwife (TV Series) Mrs Phillips BBC
2015 Der Beobachter (TV Movie) Christy McMarrow

2014

2010

2007

Doctors (TV Series)

Debbie Kenly / Leah Whitehead / Rose Thom

- Rosie (2014) ... Debbie Kenly

- Sins of a Father (2010) ... Leah Whitehead

- A Sting in the Tail (2007) ... Rose Thom

Debbie Kenly

Leah Whitehead

Rose Thom

BBC
2011 Doctor Who (TV Series) Lucy Hayward BBC
2007 The Marchioness Disaster (TV Movie) Tamsin Granada Yorkshire
2006 Inspector Lewis (TV Series) Chloe ITV Drama
2004-2005 Carrie & Barry (TV Series) Sinead BBC/Hartswood Films

12 Episodes


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