Sarah Harding would like to create a film career in the US and has her eye on starring in a Quentin Tarantino movie.
Sarah Harding wants to star in a Quentin Tarantino movie.
The former Girls Aloud singer and 'St Trinian's actress insists she hasn't ruled out further acting work and wants to follow in the footsteps of Uma Thurman, who played vengeful bride Beatrix Kiddo in the 'Kill Bill' movies, directed by the famous film maker.
Harding exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I'd love to do a massive feature film, an American production, something a little different.
''I've supported British, I've done BBC drama and 'St Trinian's, but I'd like to see what it's like working on the other side of the pond for experience. I'd love to do a Tarantino film ... 'Kill Bill', I have the hair!''
The 32-year-old blonde beauty, who played teenage rebel Roxy in the 'St. Trinian's franchise, says she ''probably'' still has her schoolgirl outfit from the film.
She added: ''I also had some amazing leather pants I left in wardrobe.''
Harding is currently focusing on her newly launched solo career and claims she tries to ignore her critics.
She said: ''There will be a minority, or a majority, probably, waiting for me to fail, you do feel like you've got a lot to prove [but] I always want to prove it to myself first.''
The actress thinks it would be tough to recast her character, Winifred Sanderson.
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