ABOUT SARAH JANE HONEYWELL
Sarah Jane Honeywell has worked in the entertainment industry for many years. Best known for her work as a comedy actress, with over 30 episodes of ‘Higgledy House’ currently showing across the world. She's also known as a kid's tv presenter on CBeebies. Recently Sarah Jane has gone back to acting where she has starred in a few horror and sci-fi films.
I would like to win an Oscar
Sarah Jane's career began at a very young age, appearing in TV commercials and live shows, while training as a dancer and acrobat from the tender age of just 2. She has worked extensively as an actress, tv & radio presenter, dancer, contortionist, acrobat, aerialist and skin character - including Panzee in Zingzillas (Series 1).
Her varied work has seen her portraying a teenage junkie at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, playing a sexy kitten in the long running West End show 'Cats', hosting several national Arena tours for BBC Worldwide and performing her own live show across the UK and in Europe.
I would like to still be able to do the splits and a acrobatics when I'm 80
I especially like punk - the Sex Pistols are my favourite band ever! I also love Marilyn Manson, Eminem, Courtney Love, Jessie J, Rage Against The Machine, Foo Fighters, Katy Perry - so it's a bit of range in tastes.
ANIMALS & BEING A VEGAN
I've been a vegan for 7 years now, having been a vegetarian for 6 years before that. It's the best choice I have ever made. Not only do I feel healthier but I love animals so much... it's really nice not to be a part of the cruelty inflicted on them by the meat and dairy industries.
I am addicted to reading
BRISTOL CITY FC
I fell in love with them after watching my first game in 2005. At one stage I was very proud to write a column in their Match day Programme. I also love Bristol City for the fans and of course the cockney rhyming slang.
I've studied all kinds of Pagan living since I was 16 years old. I don't consider myself a witch, I'm just fascinated by the old ways and nature. While we may have advanced in many areas as human beings, sadly we seem to have lost some of our better instincts.