Biography - Sally Geeson
Sally's acting career began at the early age of 7, when she and her sister, actress Judy Geeson, attended the Corona Academy Stage School. Their contemporaries included, Susan George, Francesca Annis and Richard O'Sullivan.
Growing up Sally was cast in many films, television plays and commercials. Tall and slim she often modelled and was photographed by David Bailey and Patrick Litchfield.
In 1969 Sally was cast opposite Sir Norman Wisdom in the film "What's Good For The Goose". This was quickly followed by "The Oblong Box" and "The Cry Of The Banshee" working alongside Vincent Price and Christopher Lee, both films were made by American International Pictures.
Two further highlights were "Mr Forbush And The Penguins" with John Hurt, and T.V. Film "Strange Report" with Anthony Quayle.
During these exciting years Sally was cast in numerous roles on stage and television, cast opposite well known names including Bob Monkhouse and Bill Kenwright.
Sally's most famous role came when she was cast as the daughter of Sid James in Thames Television's "Bless This House". The series was a big ratings hit and ran for many years. Sally appeared in all 72 episodes and also the film of the same name made at Pinewood Studios.
Sally made 3 Carry On films, "Carry On Regardless", "Carry On Abroad" and "Carry On Girls".
In the mid 1980's Sally took a break from acting to raise her 3 children, Barney, Hayley and Chris. During this time she went into a career in education, this change in direction lasted for nearly 20 years, all of which she found immensely happy and rewarding.
Sally still found time to record DVD commentaries for films she had appeared in and often made personal appearances.
Sally supports Cancer Research UK. Along with other singers, actors and representatives from the charity she appears in a video single, the proceeds of which will go to Cancer Research UK.
Sally returned to acting in 2013. She is currently brand ambassador for Anglian Home Improvements, appearing in their T.V. Commercials as well as providing voice over.
In 2014 Sally was cast as The Good Fairy in Bill Kenwright's production of Beauty And The Beast at The Theatre Royal Windsor.
Since 2015 Sally has been interviewed on QVC TV discussing the product IMEDEEN for Skin, Hair and Nails.