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Sarah is a English actress and writer who trained at New York’s Lee Strasberg Institute of Film and Television. She is a Dual Citizen of the UK and USA.
She was born in the Lake District in England and she spent a large part of her childhood growing up in Qatar, in the Middle East where she started acting at the age of seven when she was cast in a community theatre show.
Some of her favorite stage roles are Viola from Twelfth Night and Nora from A Doll’s House and she loves working in both stage and film.
She worked in theatre throughout her school years. After studying Sociology at the University of Leeds, Sarah realized her future career lay in the performing arts and she studied acting at The Lee Strasberg Institute of Film and Television in New York, on their two year conservatory program. After doing some independent film work, she was cast in a play ‘Reality TV’ directed by Jim Tommaney.
She then made her Off-Broadway debut in the Manhattan Repertory Theater’s production of ‘Men’ directed by Ken Wolfe, quickly followed by another Off-Broadway appearance in the showcase ‘Conflict’, at The Producers Club.
Sarah has appeared in several award-winning features and is a member of BAFTA.
Sarah has acted in films including Sanctuary, Duality – narrated by Deepak Chopra and co-starring Jon Foo and Don Most, Game of Aces – starring Chris Klein and the 1940’s film noir Unsolved.
Sarah has a strong interest in charity work. In New York she helped to feed the homeless by volunteering at a local church. In LA she volunteered with Reading to Kids, a wonderful organization that helps children enjoy reading. She was also part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization, mentoring a young girl and volunteered with BAFTA LA on their education and outreach and new media programs. She launched the site helpglobal.org as away to provide information on how to help the planet.