Alexandria “Sandy” Ratcliff (born in London, 2 October 1950) is an English former actress. Ratcliff made an impression as a model and film actress in the 1970s, but she is best known for being one of the original cast members in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in the 1980s. She received acclaim for her portrayal of the tragic Sue Osman, but left the role in 1989 after it was revealed that she was a heroin addict. Since leaving EastEnders, things have been professionally quiet for Ratcliff, though her private life brought her into the headlines once again in the early 1990s. In 2010, she revealed she gave up acting to train as a counsellor, but has since retired.