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Sarah Millican


Sarah Millican was born on May 29, 1975 in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England as Sarah Jane King. She is known for her work on The Sarah Millican Television Programme (2012), Mock the Week (2005) and QI (2003). She has been married to Gary Delaney since December 2013. She was previously married to Andrew Millican. See full bio »

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Known For

Mock the Week
Mock the Week Herself
(2009-2010)
QI
QI Herself
(2011-2017)
Opinionated
Opinionated Herself
(2010-2011)

Filmography

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 1996 Our Friends in the North (TV Mini-Series) (runner - 9 episodes)
- 1995 (1996) ... (runner - uncredited)
- 1987 (1996) ... (runner - uncredited)
- 1984 (1996) ... (runner - uncredited)
- 1979 (1996) ... (runner - uncredited)
- 1974 (1996) ... (runner - uncredited)
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Height:

5' 7" (1.7 m)
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In 2005 she was a put in 2nd place in So you think you're funny comedy competition at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. See more »

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