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Name  Sally Grace

Role  Actress

Movies and TV shows  Mr Bean, The Animals of Farthing, Noah's Island, Dennis the Menace and Gnas, Bob's Birthday
Similar  Rowan Atkinson, Alison Snowden, David Fine, Richard Curtis

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Sally Grace (born 10 September 1951) is an English actress, who has worked extensively on radio, television and in animation.


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Life and career

Grace was born in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England, and trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

She was a member of the team on Week Ending, the BBC Radio 4 topical satirical sketch show, where she was the voice of Margaret Thatcher from 1983 onwards, remaining until the series ended in 1998.

Her work with Ken Bruce on Radio 2's What If Show led The Independent on Sunday to describe her as "the best impressionist in the business".

She voiced the part of Elena in BBC Radio 4's adaptions of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency and The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul. Her animation roles include the voices of pompous Owl and loud Weasel in the popular TV series The Animals of Farthing Wood. She lent her voice to the series Noah's Island, Mr. Bean: The Animated Series, Dennis the Menace, Pongwiffy, Rudi and Trudi, Space Island One, Never the Twain, Solo, The Big One, Aaagh! It's the Mr. Hell Show!, Badly Dubbed Porn, Bedtime, Double Take and Spaced and the animated short Bob's Birthday.

Other TV credits include Why Didn't They Ask Evans?, Sorry! ("Does Your Mother Know You're Out?"), Raffles ("The First Step"), The Ruth Rendell Mysteries ("From Doon With Death") and featured in some episodes of Coronation Street. Her more recent acting roles were as the Queen in Alistair McGowan's sketches about the Royle Family, and as Betty Marsden in a touring stage adaptation of Round the Horne. Her film credits include Ghost Story (1974) and Boston Kickout (1995).


She is not to be confused with Sally Joy Grace (1938 – 20 November 2016), who was the professor of speech at London's Central School of Speech and Drama.


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