Sarah-Jayne Gratton (née Camden) is a bestselling author and former theatre performer. She is married to bestselling author and columnist
Dr Dean Anthony Gratton.
Sarah-Jayne attended the Shrubbery school and the King Slocombe Stage school in Cambridge (England), which led to her appearance on BBC Look East, a regional
television talent show in the late 1970s. From there, Sarah-Jayne went on to perform at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, the Prince of Wales Theatre, London and
Caesar’s Palace, Luton in the early 1980s.
A former actress, Sarah-Jayne has become an influential social media persona (as @grattongirl), speaker and writer, being regularly featured in Social Media Today and other
publications including In-Spires Lifestyle Magazine and blogcritics.org. Sarah-Jayne is the winner of a 2012 Shorty Award for 'The Best Twitter in Social Media' and is one of “Twitter’s
Top 75 Badass Women”. She is also listed as one of the 'Top Marketing Book Authors on Twitter' in Social Media Marketing Magazine. Sarah-Jayne is the co-producer and host of online TV talent show TwittersGotTalent.TV where contestants submit videos to the show and the Twitter community vote for their favorite act. TwittersGotTalent.TV was featured on the BBC’s Click TV program. Sarah-Jayne is listed in the Top 50 of The Sunday Times Social List.
Sarah-Jayne studied at Cardiff University and received a Bachelor of Arts in Educational Psychology. She later received a Doctorate in Psychology.