Sanne Wohlenberg

Last updated 09 January 2020

Sanne Wohlenberg

Born: Friday 9th August 1968 (age: 55)


Sanne Wohlenberg (sometimes credited as Sanne Craddick) is a television producer. 

She is the first producer of Doctor Who to speak English as a second language. She is the second credited producer — behind American Peter V. Ware — not born a British subject.

Wohlenberg's was the line producer of the 2001 tele-film, Men Only. In 2003, she worked on the television adaptation of Lucky Jim. She also was the initial producer on the continuing drama, Murphy's Law. In 2006, she was BAFTA-nominated for her production of the 2005 serial, Funland, featuring Burn Gorman and Mark Gatiss. She went on to produce the 2007 six-parter, The Whistleblowers, starring Indira Varma and Daniel Ryan, and partially directed by Richard Clark.

Immediately before her work on Doctor Who, she produced two high-profile projects: Lindsay Duncan's performance as Margaret Thatcher in Margaret and Kenneth Branagh's version of Kurt Wallander in series 2 of Wallander.

 She joined Doctor Who as producer for the 2010 Christmas special, A Christmas Carol.