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Sarah Sutton
December 12, 1961 -
Nationality: British
Category: Actress
Subcategory: British Actress

Doctor Who is like any long-running series in that the cast tend to look to the star to set the general tone. Rehearsals and filming could be a lot of fun.


I think I must have too much to eat, we were doing a scene where we were crawling, and I ripped my trousers. I was very embarrassed. I was sown in, stitched in, quickly!


I like the stories with the historical themes.


I often look at a lot of Doctor Who stuff that's about now, which no one has approached me about.


I would like to direct. What goes on behind stage is very interesting.


After two years of doing one show, you do get attached to everyone.


There are generations who watch Doctor Who together.


I'm not really a science-fiction fan, I quite like the idea of getting away from the science-fiction side of it, for two episodes. It was lovely, it was a super story and great fun.


I'm a terrible person for carrying things around. I carry everything around with me, it's like my home.


There's lots of interesting jobs in the profession besides acting, and I like to try and keep an eye on and understand other people's jobs, rather than just my own.


I enjoyed showing a bit more leg in the last few stories. It was good fun, but it can be quite sexist. But it doesn't worry me personally all that much.


Playing an alien gave me plenty of scope, and I was able to develop it once I became a member of the team.


I went to ballet school for nine years, and there was an agent for the whole school who happened to be there visiting one of the performances. She suggested an audition.


I do still like television very much, but the theatre does really have something special about it.


When we went to Belfast we saw some beautiful countryside and coastlines.


In the studio, if they need to come down to the floor, things are a bit pushy, although it is easier for them to say things directly rather than through about five people.


I found it a little bit stressful, because I wasn't used to working with Doctor Who. I got the impression I'd walked into the end of seven years and it was all a bit tense.


Before I got Doctor Who, I went to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. I went back to take the final grade exam, which is the grade you have to take before you can take the teacher's diploma.


Some of those cartoons look nothing like me.


What you don't see backstage is what really controls the show.


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