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Name: Sally Phillips  
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Date of Birth: 10th May 1970
Place of Birth: Hong Kong
Profession: Actress
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Sally Phillips (born 10 May 1970, in Hong Kong) is a British comedienne who has appeared in many television programmes, such as Fist of Fun (1995), Comedy Nation (BBC 2), I'm Alan Partridge (BBC 2, 1997), Holding the Baby (ITV, 1997), In The Red (BBC 2, 1998), Smack the Pony (C4, 1999), Hippies (BBC, 1999), Rescue Me (BBC, 2002) and Green Wing (C4, 2004). In addition to this, she has appeared in the films Bridget Jones's Diary (2001), Birthday Girl (2001), Mean Machine (2001), Tooth (2004), Gladiatress (2004) and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) and has also participated in a number of radio programmes including Life, Death & Sex with Mike & Sue, People Like Us, and The Treatment (Radio 5), and Clare in the Community for BBC Radio 4, amongst others. She has also been involved with lots of Lee & Herring projects. In 2003, she was listed in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy.

Sally graduated from New College, Oxford with a 1st class degree in Italian, a contemporary of TV presenter Louis Theroux, co-founder Brent Hoberman, writer Hari Kunzru and actresses Emily Mortimer, Emily Woof and Eve Best. Her role as a receptionist in I'm Alan Partridge proved to be her big break. She also co-created Smack the Pony, an all-female, double Emmy Award winning comedy show.

Sally is a devout Christian and met her husband on an Alpha Course in London.

In August 2005 she made her stage debut, in Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest at the Oxford Playhouse.

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