Early life, family, educational background
English fashion designer, actress, author and producer Sadie Liza Vaughan was born on June 19, 1965 in Islington, London, England, to actress Mary Davidson and David Vaughan, a psychedelic artist who worked for The Beatles.
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Speaking to the Sunday Times, she said her childhood was a “chaotic but positive experience.” She was born in Islington, but after her parents separated, she spent most of her childhood in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire. David and Mary had multiple relationships between the two of them which led to Sadie having many siblings. She is the half sister of fellow actresses Jade Davidson and Holly Davidson; brothers Tobias Vaughan and Gabriel Jupiter; elementary school teacher Jessi Frost and a sister, Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet.
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When she was three years old she starred in a Jelly Tots ad and when she was five she appeared with the comedy double act, Morecambe and Wise. She won a scholarship to attend the Italia Conti Academy of Theater Arts, but after suffering from an early eating disorder, she dropped out of school when she was 13 and dropped out of acting. She then went to Hampstead School.
Building on her acting studies at the Italia Conti Academy of Theater Arts, she attended the Manchester Royal Exchange Theater at the age of 19. After graduating in 1984, she escaped her parents by leaving home, and that year she appeared in “Mumbo Jumbo” at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, a play directed by Nicholas Hytner.
Sadie’s film debut was in ‘Empire State’ in 1987. In 1989 she appeared in ‘Diamond Skulls’ and in 1990 she played Alice in the television movie ‘A Ghost in Monte Carlo’.
Her most famous performance was as vampire Lucy Westerna in 1992’s ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’, produced by Francis Ford Coppola.
However, she became known for her performance in music videos, including Planet Perfecto’s “Not Over Yet ’99” with Grace, Pulp’s “Common People” and several Spandau Ballet videos. During the Spandau Ballet productions she met Gary Kemp, her first husband. In 1990, they appeared together in the movie ‘The Krays’ and then in two other films, including 1994’s ‘Magic Hunter’ in which they had to perform a love scene together, although they were separated in real life at the time.
In 1994, she was cast as Jo, the lead role in Paul WS Anderson’s directorial debut “Shopping,” opposite Jude Law. After marrying Jude and having their three children, she took fewer acting roles and focused on co-founding a production company and producing films. In 1997, she founded the production company Natural Nylon with several other actors, including Jude Law, Jonny Lee Miller and Ewan McGregor. In 1999, the company produced “eXistenZ”, a science-fiction horror film, and in 2000 created “Nora”. The production company no longer exists.
In 1999, she played Laura Cheveley in ‘An Ideal Husband’ and the governess in ‘Presence of Mind’. In 2000, she played Sadie in “Love, Honor, and Obey” and the following year appeared in “Uprising” as Zivia Lubetkin.
Sadie also appeared in several television series, including ‘Casualty’ in 1988, ‘Press Gang’ in 1989 and ‘Ruth Rendell Mysteries’ in 1999.
In 2004 she co-produced ‘Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow’, starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie.
Sadie founded the fashion label Frost French in 1999 with her friend Jemima French. The label started with only lingerie, and then grew to produce clothing collections. In 2004 Frost won French Elle’s Designers of the Year Award. Sadie and Jemima appeared on “Project Runway” as guest judges. In 2011, the label was closed due to problems with the supply of goods and investments.
In 2004 she wrote and produced “What Sadie Did Next”, a short series for E4. In 2005, she appeared in BBC 2’s “Eating with… Sadie Frost.”
For the Homes of Hope project, she flew to South Africa in March 2006 to co-finance an orphanage.
She posed nude for Canadian photographer Bryan Adams in September 2006. The photos were a PETA ad against fur and came out at the same time as London Fashion Week. She was 41 at the time.
She made her West End debut in 2009 in Zoë Lewis’ play, ‘Touched For the Very First Time’; the play was produced by Imogen Lloyd Webber, directed by Douglas Rintoul, and was a one-woman show.
In January 2010, she co-starred with Carl Barat in the play “Fool for Love” at the Riverside Studios theater.
In 2012, Sadie, along with Emma Comley, a long-term friend, co-founded Blonde to Black Pictures, another production company. Sadie shared with The Guardian: “Our whole vision was to cultivate new talent, provide opportunities for individuals… take risks and do a lot of it alone.” Their first feature film was “Buttercup Bill” in 2014.
Sadie met songwriter and guitarist Gary Kemp of the British band, Spandau Ballet, in 1981 while dancing in one of their music videos. She was 16 at the time, so they had no contact until they were both 21. They started dating shortly after reunion and were married on May 7, 1988, shortly before her 23rd birthday. Their son Finlay Munro Kemp was born on September 20, 1990, but Sadie and Gary divorced on August 19, 1995.
While working on the movie “Shopping,” she met fellow actor Jude Law on the set.
On September 2, 1997, they married and had three children – son Rafferty born October 6, 1996, daughter Iris Tallulah October 25, 2000, and another son, Rudy Indiana Otis Law born September 10, 2002, but Sadie and Jude divorced on September 29. October 2003. She declared Kate Moss as Iris’ godmother and BBC Radio 1 DJ, Nick Grimshaw as her godfather. Their eldest son was named as one of GQ’s best-dressed British boys.
In 2010, Sadie wrote and published “Crazy Days,” an autobiography. Jude hired a leading law firm, Atkins Thomson, to demand that all mentions of their marriage be removed from the book, a 100-page document. In addition, he objected to the publication of photos of their children and any minor household details. The case was settled in the Supreme Court.
Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
Sadie is a vegetarian.
She is the godmother of Lila Grace Moss, Kate Moss’ daughter.
In 1994, she turned down the role of Elizabeth in “Frankenstein” because she didn’t want to be typecast, as in 1992 she played a similar role in “Bram Stoker’s Dracula.”
“Mary Reilly” director Stephen Frears chose Sadie to play the title role in 1996, but the studio wanted Julia Roberts.
In 1995, Michael Caton-Jones chose her to play Mary in the movie ‘Rob Roy’. However, the producers disagreed with the director’s choice and encouraged him to cast a more famous actress; Jessica Lange landed the role.
She has brown eyes and dark brown hair. She is 1.6m tall, weighs about 58kg and her vital stats are 36-28-34.
Wealth and salary
Sadie’s net worth is estimated to be around $4 million by mid-2020.
Who is Judas Law?
English actor David Jude Heyworth Law was born on December 29, 1972 in London, where he grew up.
He started acting in theater before appearing in feature films in small roles. In 1999, his performance in Anthony Minghella’s “The Talented Mr. Ripley” was recognized, for which he won a BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor, and was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award. In 2001, he appeared in Steven Spielberg’s “AI Artificial Intelligence” and “Enemy at the Gates,” for which he received both commercial and critical acclaim. He earned BAFTA, Golden Globe, and Academy Award nominations for his role in the 2003 war film “Cold Mountain.”
Some of his films have not had the same critical and commercial success, such as the 2004 films “Alfie” and “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow”, but in the same year he also starred in “Closer” as the romantic lead, who became well-received, as was his performance in “The Holiday” in 2006.
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In 2009 he played Dr. Watson in “Sherlock Holmes” alongside Robert Downey Jr., who played the title character, roles they reprized in the 2011 sequel “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” He also appeared in supporting roles in two other films that year, “Hugo ” and “Contagion,” both of which received positive reviews.
He starred in the 2017 film ‘The Young Pope’ and in 2018 played Albus Dumbledore in ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’. The following year, he played Yon-Rogg in “Captain Marvel,” his highest-grossing film to date.
Jew has appeared on stage and appeared in several Broadway and West End productions, including ‘Hamlet’, ‘Les Parents Terribles’ and ‘Anna Christie’.
He has five children with three different women. Sadie and Jude have three children together, his daughter with American model Samantha Burke was born in September 2009 and his daughter with Catherine Harding was born in 2015. On May 1, 2019, he married Phillipa Coan.
He has received numerous awards, including a BAFTA Film Award and nominations for two Tony Awards, two Academy Awards, three Laurence Olivier Awards and four Golden Globe Awards. In 2007 he was recognized for his contribution to World Cinema Arts and was subsequently made a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French government.
His net worth is estimated at over $45 million, as of mid-2020.