Sarah graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting in 2005. She was most recently seen in ʻDear Frankieʼ at Liberty Hall and then on tour nationally where she played 35 different characters. She has also toured the length and breadth of the country playing the title role in Clan Cluana Theatre Companyʼs TIE production of ʻDeirdre of the Sorrowsʼ. Other theatre work includes the role of Aumerle in ʻRichard IIʼ at Smock Alley directed by Sue Mythen & Tim Casey, Stacia Doyle in ʻPortia Coughlanʼ at the New Theatre directed by Aoife Connolly and Stickle in Cahootsʼ ʻMagic Medicineʼ project directed by Paul Bosco McEneaney which toured childrenʼs hospitals in Belfast. Sarah co-produced ʻMandragolaʼ by Machiavelli at Smock Alley for Turning Worm Theatre Company in which she also played the role of Ligurio. She appeared as a citizen in the Abbey Theatreʼs production of ʻJulius Caesarʼ directed by Jason Byrne. Sarah played the lead role of Anne Lister in Emma Donoghueʼs ʻI Know My Own Heartʼ in the Gay Theatre Festival. She played Lady Macbeth in Fiascoʼs production of ʻMacbethʼ at Smock Alley directed by John OʼBrien. She has also toured nationally with Talisman Theatre Companyʼs ʻPinocchioʼs Christmasʼ directed by Kristian Marken.
Sarahʼs recent TV and Film credits include Sarah in ʻMarúʼ directed by John Carlin (Stirling TV), WPC in ʻThe Takeʼ directed by David Drury (SKY/Element Pictures) and the lead role of Charlotte in ʻThe Irreducible Temporality of Geistʼ directed by Stephen Cadwell (Blathanna Pics) which was nominated for best Irish Based Production in the International Film Festival, Ireland 2009.
In addition to her full-time training at the Gaiety School of Acting, Sarah also holds a diploma in Performance from Trinity Guildhall, London and a BTEC HND in Theatre Studies (Colaiste Dhúlaigh, Dublin).
Sarah performs seasonally with the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl. She is currently appearing in Down to Earth Theatre Companyʼs TIE play for children.