Sarah Lynn Dawson is a British actress and filmmaker who trained at New York’s Lee Strasberg Institute of Film and Television.

She voiced the role of the Mother in the Oscar Nominated Feature Film I Lost My Body. She also produces and acts in the twenty one episode podcast Stepping into Shakespeare, which features readings of Hamlet and Twelfth Night, where she plays Viola. She recently played the role of Angie in the short film Love in the Time of Pandemic. She also played the lead role of Alice Clark the LAPD’s first female detective in the 1940’s film noir Unsolved, which she produced.

Other films she has appeared in include Duality, which she wrote, acts in and produced. The film was was narrated by Deepak Chopra and premiered at the Hollyshorts Film Festival. It’s available on Amazon Prime.

On stage she made her Off-Broadway debut in the Manhattan Repertory Theater’s production of ‘Men’ directed by Ken Wolfe. Followed by another Off-Broadway appearance in the showcase ‘Conflict’, at The Producers Club, before moving to Los Angeles.

In LA she was accepted into the prestigious BAFTA/LA Newcomers program and also became an Observer at The Actors Studio where she learned from Martin Landau and the teachers there.

Sarah has a strong interest in charity work and is supportive to several causes including Plan USA and UNICEF

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