Actor • Writer • Comedian
"Sally Hodgkiss is a performer of raw honesty, wry irony, detail, charm and wit."
Simon Stephens, Olivier Award-Winning Playwright
"There is something of the young Victoria Wood about Sally Hodgkiss and audiences are likely to take her to their hearts."
British Theatre Guide
"Sally is a talented actor and comedian able to imbue great energy and nuance to her work."
Alia Sheikh, Senior Development Producer, BBC Studios / BBC R&D
Sally Hodgkiss is an award-winning actor, writer and comedian.
Born and raised in the North-West of England, Sally moved to London to attend drama school where she now lives and performs regularly on the comedy circuit, most recently as a guest with the Comedy Store Players. Other notable comedy credits include Whose Line is it Anyway? Live and The Stephen Frost Impro Allstars.
Her acting career has taken her to many theatres around the UK including the Manchester Royal Exchange, Sheffield Crucible, Octagon Theatre Bolton, HOME, and Theatre Royal Plymouth among others. She also has extensive screen experience including several short films and features, such as It Could Happen To You which was selected for the New York Short Film Festival 2021. She has worked for the BBC several times on both screen and Radio.
Sally was chosen to take part in a highly acclaimed Royal Court Theatre Playwriting Group and is currently developing her first play Whose Woods These Are with her collaborator Niall Ashdown, as well as a collection of independent filming projects.