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Julia Sawalha

United Kingdom

Age: 51
Known for
as Carla Borrego

in Jonathan Creek
as Saffron "Saffy" Monsoon

in Absolutely Fabulous (UK)
as Dorcas Lane

in Lark Rise To Candleford
as Lydia Bennett

in Pride and Prejudice
TV Series Starring Julia Sawalha
Remember Me
BBC One,

2014

| Drama, Family | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

The show follows the character of Tom Parfitt, a eighty-odd year old man who lives alone in his terraced house, in a otherwise entirely Asian community in a small Yorkshire town. He suddenly remembers a strange drowned figure washed up on the beach. The ghostly figures bares over everything Tom does and this image soon begins haunting others as well.


Lark Rise To Candleford
BBC One,

2008

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.4/5

This adaptation of Flora Thompson's memoirs is set in a late 19th century village known as Lark Rise and depicts the magical adventures of the writer's Oxfordshire childhood.


Cranford
BBC One,

2007

| Drama
Rating: 4/5

This historical five-part show based on three of Elizabeth Gaskell's novellas is brought to the BBC with an all-star cast including Judi Dench. The story follows the lives and loves of the inhabitants of the northern market town over a year in the mid 1800s.


Time Gentlemen Please
Sky 1,

2000

| Comedy
Rating: 5/5

Time Gentlemen Please is a British sitcom. Commissioned by Sky One, it was primarily written by Richard Herring and Al Murray and ran for two series between 2000 and 2002. The show is set in a run-down pub whose xenophobic landlord, 'The Governor' (or 'Guv'), has some very old-fashioned views on how a pub should be run. The Governor is an evolution of Al Murray's stage persona 'The Pub Landlord', which he had used in stand up since 1994. Behind the bar Guv has help from Steve, a rather useless young lad, and Janet, a loud-mouthed Australian who is drawn to the job, for as the 'Guv' says Australians are "bred for bar work; it's instinct... instinct!". At the end of Series One Janet leaves to return to her homeland and in Series Two is replaced by Connie, a young student who had previously been employed by Guv's arch-rival Greg Thompson.


Jonathan Creek
BBC One,

1997

| Crime, Mystery | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

While writing a piece about the death of a prominent artist, investigative journalist Madeline Magellan enlists the help of Jonathan Creek, a man who makes a living inventing tricks for magician Adam Klaus, and who has a brilliantly lateral mind.


Pride and Prejudice
BBC One,

1995

| Mini-Series, Drama
Rating: 4.7/5

BBC adaptation in six parts of the classic Jane Austen novel.


Martin Chuzzlewit

The main theme of the novel, according to a Preface by Dickens, is selfishness, portrayed in a satirical fashion using all the members of the Chuzzlewit family.


Absolutely Fabulous (UK)
BBC One,

1992

| Comedy
Rating: 3.8/5

This hit British comedy series began 1992 and remains one of the BBC's highest rated and most popular shows. Absolutely Fabulous follows the lives of three (and later four) generations of the Monsoon family and the people around them.


Press Gang
ITV,

1989

| Children, Drama
Rating: 4/5

Press Gang was a children's drama series broadcast on ITV in the UK. The series followed a group of kids running a newspaper.