Despite her petite physical appearance Sara tends to have a bit more spunk than the girl-next-door type. Trained in drama from an early age Sara graduated with a BA in Performing Arts and has played varied roles in many theatre shows and short films.
She has also appeared in several national TV commercials.
Sara trained at Centrestage Performing Arts School (Semi-Pro Drama, Singing and Musical Theatre) VCA Acting Studio Intensive (Movement/Voice/Shakespeare) and Western Edge Youth Arts (Performance writing & creating).
In 2012 Sara completed her Bachelor of Performing Arts degree at Victoria University; a unique course that deepened her relationship with her craft even further.
Sara has a natural flair for comedy and equal sensitivity for more dramatic work and is often cast in roles that are a bit mischievous. In the short film, Clean Restart: A Robot Story (VCA Film) she plays a parody of a cheesy infomercial saleswoman. Her theatre roles have been eclectic, from roles such as the wide-grinned Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland (HTC) to the fast-talking Richard Roma in David Mamet’s edgy classic Glengarry Glen Ross (Production Company), an all female cast production, as directed by actor Robert Forza (The Wog Boy, Prisoner).
Sara has also been cast in national TVCs such as Coles (“Snack Bites”) and NAB (“Hidden Abilities") working with directors Steve Callen and Brian Aldrich.
Sara always has the ability to be surprising in her work and she will always bring her own special brand to any project.