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Sarah Thomas (actress)

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Name  Sarah Thomas
Role  Actress
Nationality  English

Sarah Thomas smiles while wearing a dress outdoor

Full Name  Sarah Jane Thomas
Born  5 June 1952 (age 68) (1952-06-05) London, England
Movies and TV shows  Last of the Summer Wine, Madagascar Skin
Similar People  Juliette Kaplan, Gordon Wharmby, Jean Fergusson, Mike Grady, Jane Freeman

Sarah Jane Thomas (born 5 June 1952) is a British actress, born in London, probably best known for her television appearances as Enid Simmons in Worzel Gummidge (1980), and as Glenda Wilkinson in Last of the Summer Wine (1986–2010). Thomas also made a brief cameo appearance in the fifth episode of the original Blackadder series (1983), 'the Witchsmeller Pursuivant', as a peasant girl who dies of the Black Death in the pre-credit sequence. She also appeared in a Christmas episode of Heartbeat (December 29, 1996), called 'Charity Begins at Home.'


Sara Thomas with a mascot sitting together on the swing

last of the summer wine

Theatre appearances

Scene of Sarah Thomas as Glenda smiling and wearing a pink dress in the series "Last of the Summer Wine" (1973–2010)

In December 2007, Thomas starred in Cinderella at the Assembly Hall Theatre as the Fairy Godmother, appearing with Tom Vaughan, from Hollyoaks, and Barney Harwood. In 2008/09, she again starred as the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella, at the Grand Theatre in Swansea, alongside Su Pollard and Chris Jarvis.

From December 2009 to January 2010 she appeared in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Malvern Theatre, alongside Mike Fischetti and Colin Baker.

Scene from the series "Last of the Summer Wine" (1973–2010) featuring Sarah Thomas as Glenda wearing a pink dress while smiling
Scene of Sarah Thomas as Glenda talking with two picture frames at her back in the series "Last of the Summer Wine" (1973–2010)
Sarah Thomas smiles while wearing a necklace and black sleeve in white background


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