Sarah Woodward

CLEMENCY ARDINGLY, David’s aunt and one of Mark’s oldest friends. Kind and unfailingly generous to anyone and anything in need, especially abused donkeys.

Sarah is a RADA-trained, award-winning actor. She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Tony Awards 2000 for The Real Thing, won Best Supporting Actress at the Olivier Awards 1998 for Tom & Clem, won the Shakespeare’s Globe Classic Award 1993 for The Tempest, and won Best Supporting Actress at the Clarence Derwent Awards 1989 for Artist Descending a Staircase.

Sarah’s theatre credits include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, Richard II at the Globe, and the West End transfer of the Globe’s highly acclaimed Nell Gwynn and This House at the Garrick Theatre West End, which was nominated in the Best Revival category at the Olivier Awards 2017. She’s also performed Quiz at the Noel Coward Theatre, after a sold out run at the Chichester Festival Theatre last year, and in One for Sorrow at the Royal Court Theatre.

For television she starred in Queens of Mystery and has appeared in New Blood and Endeavour.

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