Who is Sarah Snook?
Sarah Snook is a renowned Australian actress and famous media personality who is working actively on her acting career since 2009.
|Full Name||Sarah Snook|
|Date of Birth||1 December 1987|
|Birth Place||Adelaide, South Australia, Australia|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
Personal Life and Relationship
Sarah Snook was born on 1 December 1987 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Her father worked as a swimming-pool salesman, where her mother is an elder-care provider.
Angus McDonald Sarah Snook boyfriend since 2010 living together.
Nationality and Physical Stats
Snook holds an Australian nationality and belongs to English ethnicity. Sarah Snook’s age is 33 years old with a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.650 m) and 58 kg. She had got the body measurements of 34-26-35 and had red hair with blue eyes. As she was born on 1 December, her zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
Early Life and Education
She spent her childhood on Shepherds Hill Road, Eden Hills, and then, for education, she was seen attending St John’s Grammar School and then went to participate in Scotch College. Later, in 2008, she completed her graduation from the National Institute of Dramatic Art.
When Snook was at NIDA, she used to perform in stage productions, including Macbeth and Gallipoli. After that, he was in the play “King Lear” with the State Theatre Company of South Company Australia. In 2018, she appeared in a production of Saint Joan in Sydney Theatre Company.
Snook started her career in acting after being cast as Sophie in an episode “Curve Balls” of an Australian medical drama television series “All Saints” in 2009. In 2010, he was released into a telemovie “Sisters of War” as Lorna Whyte, where the movie was on two Australian women’s true story. Later, in 2011, she played the role of Jodi Webb in 2 episodes of an Australian family-oriented drama or comedy television program, “Packed to the Rafters.”
Further, she appeared as Debbie Franklin in the television movie “Blood Brothers” in 2011. In the same year, she played the role of Minna Muller in an episode “Henry 1878” of an Australian children’s television drama series “My Place”. The movie was on the award-winning picture book of the same name, written by Nadia Wheatley and Donna Rawlins. After that, she also appeared in Antonia’s role on ten episodes of an Australian television supernatural comedy-drama series “Spirited.”
In 2013, she appeared as Officer Sarah Donaldson in an episode “Dog of War” of an Australian drama television series “Redfern Now.” After that, she played the role of Louise in an episode “Happy Anniversary Kevin & Maree” of an Australian television comedy series “The Moodys” in 2014. Likewise, she cast into the leading role as Sal Thornhill on two episodes of an Australian television drama, “The Secret River,” in 2015. In the same year, she was in Anna’s leading role on an Australian television drama, “The Beautiful Lie.”
In an episode “Men Against Fire” of a British dystopian science fiction anthology, she also appeared as Medina in the television series “Black Mirror” in 2016. After that, in the year 2018, she was cast into the leading role as Siobhan “Shiv” Roy” on an American satirical comedy-drama television series “Succession,” which was created by Jesse Armstrong. Further, she appeared as a voice actor, where she had voiced over an American adult animated stop motion sketch comedy a television series “Robot Chicken.” In 2020, Nikki’s role in the episode “Watershed” o an American television anthology series “Soulmates.”
Sarah Snook’s movie career started after being cast as Crystal in a short movie “Crystal Jam” in 2010. After that, she was again cast as Isla in a short film, “The Best Man,” in 2011. In the same year, she played Flatmate’s role in an Australian erotic drama movie “Sleeping Beauty,” written and directed by Julia Leigh. Later, in 2012, she also played the role of Stevie in an Australian comedy movie, “not Suitable for Children,” which was directed by Peter Templeman.
In 2013, she was cast as Mandy’s Mother on an Australian sci-fi apocalyptic thriller movie “This Final House,” written and directed by Zak Hilditch. Later, in 2014, she was cast as Jane on a sci-fi action thriller movie “Predestination,” written and directed by Michael and Peter Spierig. That year, she appeared as Jessie Laurent in an American supernatural horror movie “Jessabelle.”
Likewise, she played an Australian revenge comedy-drama movie “The Dressmaker,” which Jacelyn Moorhouse directed and directed. The film was of the same name as the novel by Rosalie Ham. Further, she appeared in several movies like “The Dressmaker,” “Oddball,” “Holding the Man,” “Steve Jobs,” “The Glass Castle,” “Winchester” and “Brothers’ Nest.”
In 2020, she played the role of Sarah Greenbaum in an American comedy-drama movie, “An American Pickle,” directed by Brandon Trost and was written by Simon Rich. In the same year, she appeared as Suzanne in a drama movie “Pieces of a Woman,” directed by Kornel Mundruczo.”
Further, she will play the leading role in the movie “Persuasion” in 2021.
In her career, Snook had won so many awards, including the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards for Best Lead Actress in a television Drama from the movie “Sister of War” in 2012, Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards for Best Actress from the movie “Not Suitable for Children” in 2013, Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards for Best Lead Actress from the movie “Predestination” in 2014, leaving behind other nominated stars like Mia Wasikowska, Kate Box, and Essie Davis. Australian Film Critics Association Awards for Best Supporting Actress from the movie “These Final Hours” in 2015 and Film Critics Circle of Australian Awards for Best Actress from the movie “Predestination” in 2015.
The estimated net worth of Sarah Snook is $3 million.