Sadie Frost

Although she initially gained notoriety as the sexiest victim of the vampire count in "Bram Stoker's Dracula" (1992), actress Sadie Frost became more widely known as the wife of leading man Jude Law, and as a member of ... Read more »
Born: 06/19/1965 in London, England, GB


Actor (26)

Set The Thames on Fire 2016 (Movie)

Mrs. Hortense (Actor)

Wizard's Way 2016 (Movie)


Molly Moon's Big Book of Hypnotism 2015 (Movie)

Mrs. Alabaster (Actor)

An Ideal Husband (William P Cartlidge) 2014 (Movie)

Laura Cheveley (Actor)

The Heavy 2009 (Movie)

Dutch (Actor)

Shoot on Sight 2008 (Movie)

Fiona Monroe (Actor)

Love, Honour & Obey 2001 (Movie)

Sadie (Actor)

Rancid Aluminum 2000 (Movie)

Sarah (Actor)

Presence of Mind 1999 (Movie)

The Governess (Actor)

Captain Jack 1998 (Movie)

Tessa (Actor)

Final Cut 1998 (Movie)

Sadie (Actor)

Bent 1997 (Movie)

Max's Friend (Actor)

Flypaper 1997 (Movie)


Magic Hunter 1996 (Movie)

Eva (Actor)

Shopping 1996 (Movie)

Jo (Actor)

A Pyromaniac's Love Story 1995 (Movie)

Hattie (Actor)

Crimetime 1995 (Movie)

Val (Actor)

Splitting Heirs 1993 (Movie)

Angela (Actor)

Bram Stoker's Dracula 1992 (Movie)

Lucy Westenra (Actor)

Paper Marriage 1992 (Movie)


Diamond Skulls 1991 (Movie)

Rebecca (Actor)

The Krays 1990 (Movie)

Sharon Pellam (Actor)

Empire State 1988 (Movie)

Tracy (Actor)

A Horse Called Jester 1979 (Movie)

Tina Harris (Actor)

The Cisco Kid (TV Show)


Uprising (TV Show)

Producer (4)

Set The Thames on Fire 2016 (Movie)


Buttercup Bill 2015 (Movie)


Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow 2004 (Movie)


Love, Honour & Obey 2001 (Movie)

(Associate Producer)


Although she initially gained notoriety as the sexiest victim of the vampire count in "Bram Stoker's Dracula" (1992), actress Sadie Frost became more widely known as the wife of leading man Jude Law, and as a member of a cadre of young celebrities in London's fashionable Primrose Hill district. After early stage work and roles in smaller films, she began to attract attention with turns in U.K. period pieces such as "Diamond Skulls" (1989) and "The Krays" (1990). However, it was her portrayal of the doomed Lucy Westenra in Francis Ford Coppola's "Bram Stoker's Dracula" that helped establish her as an up-and-coming film talent. After teaming with Law in his feature debut for "Shopping" (1994), the pair married and soon became England's "BrIT Couple," partying and collaborating with other young movie and music stars throughout the mid-1990s, much to the delight of the tabloids. In between a string of independent - and frequently critically assailed - film projects, Frost and Law reared three children, prior to their much-publicized breakup in 2003. Taking a break from acting, Frost concentrated on her children and her fashion design company, FrostFrench, for a time before returning to the craft in small film and stage projects by 2009. Having enjoyed her early years as an ingénue, a London party-girl, and as one-half of a British film power couple, Frost eventually found her niche as an infrequent performer and design entrepreneur.


Mary Davidson

was sixteen and unmarried when Frost was born ran away to London and hid after giving birth performed in Manchester worked in Camden Lock antiques market, and in the summers packed up an old Citroen and travelled across Europe with her five daughters

Holly Frost


Gary Kemp

born on October 16, 1960 formerly a member of the 1980s "synth-pop" group Spandau Ballet met c. 1984, when she was 16 (and he was 23), appearing in one of band's videos sprayed with gold paint married in 1988 Frost also acted in "The Krays" (1990), in which he co-starred with with twin brother Martin separated in 1993 divorced in 1995

Finley Kemp

born c. 1990

Jude Law Actor

Met in 1993 during the filming of "Shopping" (1994) Married Sept. 2, 1997 Father of Frost's three children Divorced Oct. 29, 2003

Iris Law

accidentally ingested an Ecstasy tablet found on the floor at a children's party at London club the Soho House on October 5, 2002 treated and released in good health

Rafferty Law

born in 1995

Rudy Law

born five weeks premature

David Vaughn

painted John Lennon's Rolls Royce admitted to an asylum in the 1960s after a bad LSD experience jailed in 1994 for "anarchy" was seventeen at time of Frost's birth


Italia Conti Academy

1978 - 1981
won scholarship; expelled in 1981

Hampstead Comprehensive

attended after leaving Italia Conti



Had featured role in the NBC miniseries "Uprising"; briefly released in theaters after its TV showing; also released theatrically in Europe in 2002


Made screen singing debut covering the White Plains' 1971 hit "When You Are a King" in "Love, Honor and Obey", written and directed by Burdis and Anciano; Law, Miller, Pertwee and Ifans also featured


Arrested in Berlin, Germany after becoming stuck in an elevator in the apartment block where Law was staying while filming in the city; when she told police she had left her passport in her husband's apartment, they refused to believe her and locked her u


Co-starred as Rhys Ifans' lover in the critically drubbed "Rancid Aluminum"


Portrayed young governness in "Presence of Mind", an adaptation of Henry James' "Turn of the Screw" with Harvey Keitel and Lauren Bacall


Acted in Ray Burdis and Dominic Anciano's feature writing-directing debut, "Final Cut", an infuriating piece of cinema verite that also featured Law; she had previously worked with the pair as producers of "The Krays"


Filmed the role of Mrs. Cheveley in a modern-dress version of Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband"; unreleased as of April 2000


Had small role as one of Max's friends in "Bent"; Law also appeared as a stormtrooper


Played a spunky American waitress in "A Pyromaniac's Love Story"


Starred opposite Gary Kemp in Hungarian helmer Ildiko Enyedi's fantasy thriller "Magic Hunter"


First film with future husband Jude Law, "Shopping"; played his girlfriend


Acted with John Cleese and Eric Idle, among others, in "Splitting Heirs"


American film debut in Francis Ford Coppola's version of "Bram Stoker's Dracula"; played the free-spirited Lucy Westenra


Appeared in Peter Medak's English gangster film, "The Krays", starring first husband Gary Kemp and his twin brother Martin


Had recurring role on the popular British children's show "The Press Gang"


Attracted some attention in the US for her work in "Diamond Skulls", helping her to land "Dracula" role


Was featured in the English thriller "Empire State"


Acted in director Matthew Jacobs's debut short film, "Vardo"


Became a member of Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre (date approximate), where she appeared in "Mumbo Jumbo", the only female in a cast of 14


Returned to acting at age 16 (date approximate)


Ran away to Liverpool and shaved her head at age 14; found and returned to conservatory but promptly expelled (date approximate)


Film debut, "A Horse Called Jester"


Won a scholarship at age 11 to the Italia Conti Academy, a private theatrical conservatory (date approximate)


Confined to a hospital at age four with a collapsed lung (date approximate)


Appeared in a Jelly Tots commercial at the age of three (date approximate)

Formed production company Natural Nylon with fellow actors Law, Jonny Lee Miller, Sean Pertwee and Ewan McGregor; company received a producing credit on David Cronenberg's "eXistenZ" (1999), starring Law

Raised by her mother and a succession of different men, the last a follower of the Indian mystic Baghwan Shree Rajneesh

Appeared on stage and in children's films

Bonus Trivia


With her friend Jemima French, Frost designs a small clothing line, FrostFrench. Products include scented knickers and vests, bikinis, suits with magic symbols, and the like.


In early 2002, Frost appeared in an anti-fur advertising campaign, including a TV spot directed by Jude Law.


Frost experienced severe post-partum depression following the premature birth of her fourth child, Rudy, in 2002. In early 2003 she was treated at a clinic in the U.K. Prior to the official explanation from Frost's publicist on Jan. 28, 2003, British tabloids previously reported that the actress was admitted to a hospital with injured wrists and suggested she had attempted suicide.