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24 September 2014
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Sally PhillipsSally Phillips
Sally Phillips is fast coming into her own as leading comedy actress.

She first hit the screens playing a variety of characters on Lee and Herring’s Fist Of Fun show. She found roles in comedies and sketch shows, and struck gold with a perfect performance as Sophie in I’m Alan Partridge.

Despite being a support character, her dealings with Alan Partridge made for some of the best laughs in the series.

Smack The Pony provided a golden opportunity for Sally - collaborating with Doon Mackichan and Fiona Allen - to demonstrate just how talented she is.

Next up was the sit-com Hippies. Despite the fact Sally co-starred with rising star Simon Pegg, the series never quite found an audience.

Being cast as Shazza in Bridget Jones Diary was a high point, though the role didn’t exploit her considerable talents. The lead role in Rescue Me put that right.

  2002 Rescue Me (TV)
  2001 Bridget Jones' Diary (Film)
  1999 Smack The Pony (TV)
  1997 I’m Alan Partridge (TV)

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