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.
My earliest TV appearance was as a Murry Mint kid
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.
Did you know - I am in the Spielberg film The Terminal
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 would like to meet John Lyddon
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.