Best known for her work in the TV sitcom Man About the House, Sally Thomsett is an English actress. Sally was active in the entertainment industry from 1964 to 1978. Her notable film work includes The Railway Children, Straw Dogs, Baxter!, and many more. She has appeared in several tv series like Theatre 625, Sanctuary, Nearest and Dearest, Doomwatch, and others.
Sally was born on 3rd April 1950 in Sussex, England, the United Kingdom. She was born with the birth sign Aries. Likewise, Sally belongs to white ethnicity and holds British nationality.
Besides this, Sally has not revealed information regarding her parents, siblings, educational qualifications, and childhood. She is of secretive nature, hence, keeps her private information under wraps.
Moving on to her personal life, Sally is a married woman and mother of one. She is happily married to her love, Paul Agnew. They got married in the presence of family and friends although the exact married date is not revealed.
The duo shares a daughter named Charlotte together. Besides, Sally was previously married in her past.
She was married to her then-husband Keith Boyson. The marriage ceremony took place on 5th June 1980 in the presence of family and close friends. However, due to personal issues, the duo later got divorced.
Similarly, Sally was in a romantic relationship with her fellow actor Richard O’Sullivan. The pair met during the set of Man About the House. They dated each other for about three years, however, they broke up and went separate ways.
Moving on to her net worth, Sally has an impressive net worth of $11 million at present. She gathers her fortunes from her acting career. Besides, she even earns a nice sum of money from her endorsements deals and sponsorships.
Talking about her career, she was active in the entertainment industry for over 14 years. She initially started her career at the age of 20, when she was offered the role of Phyllis in the film The Railway Children.
Since then Sally has appeared in numerous tv shows and films. Her other notable television work includes David Copperfield, Thirty-Minute Theatre, River Rivals, Nearest and Dearest, Take Three Girls, Comedy Playhouse, and more.