SMACK THE PONY
Sexy, sassy and at time surreal. Smack the Pony consistently hits the mark with knowing comment, a sense of satire as well as silliness and sharp observations of modern life.
The Best of Smack the Pony:
The combined talents of Fiona Allen, Sally Phillips and Doon Mackichan are all in evidence in this hit comedy sketch show. Refreshingly free of catch phrases, this inspired collaboration ranges from the simply hilarious to the distinctly weird. For the first time ever Smack the Pony, the acclaimed International Emmy award-winning all female comedy sketch show from Channel 4 comes to you on one hilarious video.
Sally Phillips has appeared in many television programmes, such as Fist of Fun (as The Girl Who Smelled of Spam and others) , occasionally in Comedy Nation [BBC 2], the giggling receptionist in I'm Alan Partridge [BBC 2, 1997], Holding the Baby [ITV, 1997], and In The Red [BBC 2, 1998], and more recently in Smack the Pony [C4, 1999] and Hippies [BBC, 1999], plus a few radio programmes including Life, Death & Sex with Mike & Sue, People Like Us, and The Treatment [Radio 5] amongst others. She has also been involved with lots of Lee & Herring projects. See the links section below for further details from the always useful Internet Movie DataBase.
After her successful part in Bridget Jones's Diary, Sally is now appearing in Mean Machine, due for release on Boxing Day, December 26th in the UK and a couple of months later in the US. The film about UK football also stars Vinnie Jones as Danny 'Mean Machine' Meeham and is based on the 1974 movie of the same name starring Burt Reynolds: "A group of prison inmates challenge prison wardens to a game of soccer and hatch a plan to escape." More info at http://www.gary.gray.clara.net/comingsoon/meanmachine.htm
Spouse: Andrew Bermejo
Actress - filmography