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20 February 1971 |
|Height||5 ft 1 in (155 cm)|
Hadland appeared as the Ocean Sky receptionist in the 2008 James Bond film Quantum of Solace. Her other movie roles include Magicians (2007), Leap Year (2010) and Learners (2007). Hadland appeared in the comedy-drama television series Moving Wallpaper (2008–2009) as script writer Gillian McGovern, and had roles in the British comedy TV shows That Mitchell and Webb Look (2008–2010), Horrible Histories (2009–2010, 2012–2013), The Job Lot (2013–2015) and Brotherhood (2015). She appeared in the BBC mini-series The Moonstone (2016).
Early life and educationEdit
Sarah Hadland was born in London and trained in dance from the age of three. During her schooling at Wilmslow High School in Cheshire, she became involved in amateur dramatics with Tempo formed by Paul Walsh a now major cabaret producer(formerly known as Scamps) youth group in Wilmslow. Following training at the Laine Theatre Arts College in Epsom, Surrey, she began her theatre career at the age of 19, appearing in musicals such as Cats and Grease in London's West End.
After six years, she transferred to touring theatre, including performances in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. During this period, she began to develop her talents as a voiceover artist, with credits including the white kitten in the Catsan commercial, squeaking: "I can't find my litter tray"; and the America surfer girl in a VO5 shampoo advert, who says: "It's great for my body." She provided additional voice work for the PlayStation 2 video game Dragon Quest VIII.
Hadland's television career began with supporting roles in Bad Girls and The Bill, before she moved on to bigger roles in comedies Green Wing and Broken News. She also starred in the films Confetti and Magicians alongside comedians David Mitchell and Robert Webb, and BBC One's Learners. In November 2009, Hadland joined Miranda Hart in the BBC comedy series Miranda, based upon the BBC Radio 2 series Miranda Hart's Joke Shop and featuring the same principal actors.
From 2007, she has also had a recurring role in the BBC Radio 4 comedy series Bleak Expectations, a parody of Charles Dickens' novels and of Victoriana in general. Hadland provided the voice of Lily (née Bin) Sourquill, the daughter of Sir Philip ('Pip') Bin over the four series to date. She also voiced the characters Ripely Fecund (Pip's third wife, in series 2) and Miss Christmasham (a parody of Great Expectations' Miss Havisham, in series 3).
In 2011, Hadland was cast as the new English teacher, Linda Radleigh, in the BBC drama Waterloo Road. She also stars in Horrible Histories on the CBBC channel. From 2013 to 2015, Hadland appeared as Trish in the ITV sitcom The Job Lot, set in a busy unemployment bureau in the West Midlands.
|1998||Basil||Windmere House Chambermaid|
|1999||Julie and the Cadillacs||Girl on stage|
|Grow Your Own||Carla|
|2008||Quantum of Solace||Ocean Sky receptionist|
|2010||Leap Year||Airport customer service agent|
|2010||Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva (English dub)||Celia Reidley|
|2012||Now Is Good||Caroline|
|2013||Burton & Taylor||Kathryn Walker|
|1994||A Dark-Adapted Eye||Elsie||TV film|
|1998||Bob and Margaret||Various characters|
|2002||Bad Girls||Spike||Appeared in three episodes|
|Daddy's Girl||DC Parkes||TV film|
|2002, 2004||The Bill||Mel Roland
|Episode 5.16: "Too Late for Goodbyes"
Episode 8.45: "Shadowplay"
|2003||Sweet Medicine||Jill||Episode 1.5|
|2004||Casualty||Sandra Lee||Episode 18.29: "Parenthood"|
|Peep Show||Karen||Episode 2.6|
|2005||Man Stroke Woman||Customer
Woman in Pub
|Heatwave||Pippa Connors||TV film|
|Beethoven||Johanna van Beethoven||TV mini-series: parts 2 and 3|
|Fireman Sam||Firefighter Penny Morris, Bella Lasagne, Mandy, various characters||TV series|
|Mile High||Gina||Episode 2.23|
|Broken News||Claire||Appeared in all six episodes|
|2006||Green Wing||Nurse||Episode 2.7|
|Appeared in 26 episodes|
|The IT Crowd||Margaret||Episode 2.4: "The Dinner Party"|
|2008–10||That Mitchell and Webb Look||Various characters||Appeared in 17 episodes (series 2–4)|
|2008||Love Soup||Sarah||Episode 2.4: "The Menaced Assassin"|
|Beautiful People||Miss Dunnderdale||Episode 1.5: "How I Got My Tongs"|
|After You've Gone||Lisa||Episode 3.6: "Damaged"|
|2008–09||Moving Wallpaper||Gillian McGovern||Appeared in 18 episodes|
|2009–13||Horrible Histories||Various characters||Series regular in series 1, 2,4 and 5|
|2009–15||Miranda||Stevie Sutton||All episodes of series 1,2 and 3, apart from 2.5|
|2010||How Not to Live Your Life||Karen||Episode 3.1: "Don's New Job"|
|2011–12||Waterloo Road||Linda Radleigh||Appeared in 9 episodes (Series 7, eps 7.13 – 7.21)|
|The Jury||Tanya Hawkins||Episode 2 –|
|The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff||Miss Tightclench|
|2013–15||The Job Lot||Trish||18 episodes (Series 1–3)|
|2015||Ballot Monkeys||Kate Standen|
|Horrible Histories||Queen Victoria||Episode 11: 'Tricky Queen Vicky'|
|Bob the Builder||Dizzy (UK), Lift Voice, Betsy, Vet Tilly||13 episodes|
|2016||Galavant||Catherine||Episode: "Bewitched, Bothered, Belittled"|
|The Moonstone||Miss Clack||5 episodes|
|2016||Marley's Ghosts||Carly||Episode 5: 'Carly'|
|2017||Ratburger||DC Grey||TV film|
|Inside No. 9||Fran||Episode 4|
|2004||Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King||Additional voices||English Version|
|2005||Buzz! The Music Quiz||Floor manager|
|2006||Medieval II: Total War||Additional voices|
|2007||Hot Shots Tennis||Ashley, Lily, Carol||English Version|
|2008||Overlord II||Mistress Kelda|
|2008||Everybody's Golf: World Tour||Sonia, Anya||English Version|
|2012||LittleBigPlanet PS Vita||Mrs. Sunshine|
- Mr and Mrs Smith – Annabelle (series 1) – 2012
- Births, Deaths and Marriages – Lorna (series 1 and 2) – 2012
- That Mitchell and Webb Sound (series 4) – 2009
- Edge Falls – Valerie (series 1 and 2) – 2008
- Miranda Hart's Joke Shop – Stevie Sutton – 2008
- Bleak Expectations – Lily, Sir Phillip's daughter; Ripely Fecund, Pip's third wife (series 2–5) and Miss Christmasham (series 3) – 2007
- 20 Cigarettes – Lisa/Michelle/Caroline – 2006
- "BBC – John Thomson and Sarah Hadland to star in BBC One Daytime's new adaptation of mystery adventure classic The Moonstone – Media Centre". BBC. Retrieved 27 October 2016.
- From cat litter to the cat's whiskers Swindon Advertiser – 14 November 2003
- Sarah's big break as star of Confetti Wilmslow Express – 24 May 2006
- Reid-Smith, Tris (26 April 2012). "Gay actor Russell Tovey to star in new ITV sitcom". Retrieved 26 April 2012.