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Sarah Mills

Sarah is a disabled writer, actor, comedian and producer.

She won the BAFTA Rocliffe Award for TV Comedy and was a Semi-Finalist in the Funny Women Stand Up Awards.  Her debut show BADASS was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe 2022 and transferred from there to the Pleasance London as part of the BEST OF THE FEST SEASON. 


This year Sarah has been the warm-up for 5Live’s You, Me and the Big C podcast at BBC Broadcasting House.

On TV, she has appeared on The Last Leg, Stand Up to Cancer and Rosie Jones' Disability Extravaganza.  Her writing credits include Have I Got News for You (BBC2), Horrible Histories (CBBC), Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV1), The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2), Tom Gates (Sky Kids), Dodo (Sky Kids) and Channel 4's Nasty Neighbours. 


Sarah has a portfolio of scripts she has penned herself - two of which are currently under option with a leading UK production company.


She appears in the sitcom Slaving Away as the prudish neighbour of a dominatrix sex worker, can be heard on podcasts including Russell Kane's Evil Genius and Drunk Women Solving Crime, and can be seen on Channel 4's Nasty Neighbours sketch series.


Sarah was diagnosed with Bowel Cancer in 2018 but as a keen content creator, immediately turned her time in treatment into the world's first ever chat show filmed on a chemo ward. The Chemo Chat Show featured guests including Phil Wang, Rob Rinder MBE, Harriet Kemsley and Dara O Briain. She is now in remission.

As an advocate, Sarah has spoken in Parliament, addressing the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions directly, about how the Universal Credit system was letting down cancer patients.  She has had an open letter to Boris Johnson published by Macmillan Cancer Support about staff shortages in the NHS.  And on Instagram, Sarah is busy raising awareness for invisible disabilities with her #StomaHeroes series where she recreates iconic pictures with her stoma bag in shot.

In another life she was a TV Producer and worked on shows including BAFTA-nominated Charlie Brooker’s Election Wipe.


She’s very funny......Dara O Briain

Hugely likeable and slyly funny......The Stage

Remarkably delightful......Broadway World

Heartfelt, important and very very funny......Rob Rinder MBE

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