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.
Films she has appeared in include Duality (2014), which she wrote and starred in and which was narrated by Deepak Chopra and also starred Jon Foo and Don Most. She also played the lead role of Alice Clark the LAPD's first female detective in the 1940's film noir Unsolved (2015), and British Nurse Patricia Evan's in the WWI period film Game of Aces (2016). She was in the award-winning indie film Folklore (2012), written and directed by Justin Calen-Chenn with Ruth Connell.
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 starred in theatre productions throughout her school years playing lead roles in several productions. 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 films, she was cast in a play 'Reality TV' directed by Jim Tommaney.
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