Sarah Thom


Bio : Sarah has been a regular on Radio 4 since she won the BBC Radio Drama Norman Beaton Fellowship in 2012, most notably as Joan in the long-running comedy, ‘Clare in the Community’. She has worked on ‘The Archers’, ‘Pilgrim’, 'The Riot Girls', ’In and Out of the Kitchen’, ‘Rudy’s Rare Records’ and many other plays, comedies and readings. She recently worked on the new series 'Doctor Who Redacted' for BBC Sounds, and has also appeared in several Doctor Who audios for Big Finish. Podcasts include Karen in ‘Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast’, ‘Wooden Overcoats’ and co-creator/ performer on the newly launched ‘Park Creatures’. Her theatre credits include Margaret Thatcher in the national tour of ‘Thatcher The Musical!’, Bette Davis in ‘Bette and Joan: The Final Curtain’ and Dido in the acclaimed production of ‘Dido, Queen of Carthage’ at Kensington Palace, as well as extensive touring and several productions at the National Theatre. TV includes: 'Frayed' and 'A Town Called Malice (Sky), 'Grace', 'Grantchester' and 'Home Fires' (ITV), 'Trying' (Apple), 'Doctors', ‘Cheaters’, ‘Taboo’, ‘Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle’ and ‘Not Going Out’ (all for the BBC).

Experience: Theatre, Comedy, Voiceover, Radio Drama, Kids TV, Podcast

Type: Voiceover, Female, Actress

Vocal Age Range: 35 - 50


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Description : Sarah's voice is warm, caring and earthy. She has a naturally smooth, neutral accent or clear and bright RP. A fantastic mimic and wonderfully versatile. Originally from the West Midlands and can comfortably slip back into her Black Country accent.

Accent: Black Country, Neutral, RP, Midlands West

Documentary Style: Light Entertainment, Comedy, Natural History

Style: earthy, caring, friendly, warm, smooth, engaging, bright

Native Voice: British