Sarah trained at Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris and Drama Studio London. She is an extremely versatile and physically expressive actor who is a very adept improviser and deviser. Sarah enjoys the rigours of ensemble work and thrives on collaborating with other performers and disciplines to create new innovative pieces of theatre. She is extremely proud of her work on Briefing with Mercurial Productions inspired by, and adapted from, a Doris Lessing novel. Her theatre credits include Sharon in Straight Talking at the Soho Theatre Studio, The Banker in The Hunting of the Snark with award winning theatre company Crazy Horse and Virgilia in the world premiere of A Place Calling Itself Rome.
Sarah has a cheeky sense of humour, great comic timing and has improved her comedy skills by studying clown, slapstick and the absurd. Sarah has a great deal of verse-speaking experience and has played Desdemona (Othello), Bianca (The Taming of the Shrew) and Antigone (Antigone). Sarah has also worked with Shakespeare Touchstone Theatre.
Sarah is very competent and comfortable in front of the camera having acted in numerous short films, commercials and pop promos. She had a lot of fun appearing in Basil Brush as officious PA Ingrid. Sarah has a native northern accent but has a good ear for accents.