|Born||c. 1970 (age 51–52)|
London, England, UK
|Years active||1976–1991; 2002–2007|
Sarah Patterson (born c. 1970) is an English film actress.
For her acting debut, Patterson starred as Rosaleen, a Little Red Riding Hood counterpart, in the Neil Jordan and Angela Carter film The Company of Wolves (1984).In 1987, she starred in another fairy tale-inspired film, playing the titular heroine in Cannon Films' Snow White . Neither of these films were great commercial successes; however, the actress did develop somewhat of a cult following. She has only appeared in a couple of films since, both produced by Valiant Doll: her friend Lisa Gornick's independent film production company. The Valiant Doll film Do I Love You? marked her return to film after an absence of over a decade, and she later appeared in Tick Tock Lullaby .
|1984||The Company of Wolves||Rosaleen|
|1987||Snow White||Snow White||Video|
|2002||Do I Love You?||Louise|
|2007||Tick Tock Lullaby||Gillian|
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