The Sunday Show – Sarah Vernon – Actress, Artist and Writer

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A wonderful surprise to see Sarah Vernon on Sally’s Sunday Show today. I’ve been following Sarah for a while, and find her artworks and her posts beautiful and interesting. Now learning more of her amazing career in acting, and more of her personal life growing up and later years, I’m impressed at how down to earth and friendly she is with all of us in the bloggerverse after all the stars that’s she’s known and worked with. Great interview Sally and Sarah!

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

My guest today epitomises the meaning of creativity. An actress for over 30 years on screen and stage, Sarah Vernon is also a very talented artist and writer.

Sarah comes from a long line of sailors on her father’s side and in the more recent past a renowned theatrical family. Her father was the stage and screen actor Richard Vernon and her mother Benedicta Leigh, an actress and author.

After completing her Acting Diploma at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art Sarah has worked in the theatre and television for the last 30 years. She was diagnosed with Limited Cutaneous Systemic Sclerosis in her early 20s, and whilst this might be physically restricting it has certainly not inhibited her creative process. For those of us lucky enough to have discovered her blog and websites, we have been treated to her original and elegant First Night Design creations which adorn…

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One thought on “The Sunday Show – Sarah Vernon – Actress, Artist and Writer

    First Night Design said:
    October 19, 2014 at 9:03 pm

    I’m very touched, Jo, that you have re-blogged Sally’s post – thank you! Most actors are down-to-earth, truth be told, but of course the media would have it otherwise. It’s the antics of a few so-called stars that get the publicity and give us a bad name. You’ll notice they’re usually the less talented ones!


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