Sarah Snook is an Australian actress, born on July 28, 1987 in Adelaide, South Australia. She grew up in a family of artists, with her mother working as a graphic designer and her father being a photographer. She attended St John’s Grammar School in Belair, South Australia, and later went on to study at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney, graduating in 2008.
Snook started her acting career in theatre, starring in productions of “King Lear” and “Macbeth” before moving on to television and film. She first gained critical acclaim for her performance as Lorna Whyte in the Australian television series “Sisters of War” in 2010.
Her breakthrough role came in 2014, when she starred as Jess in the Australian film “Predestination”. Her performance was widely praised, earning her a nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the AACTA Awards. In 2015, Snook moved to the United States to further her career, landing a supporting role in the sci-fi film “Steve Jobs” directed by Danny Boyle.
She then starred as Shiv Roy in the HBO series “Succession”, which premiered in 2018. The series has been a critical and commercial success, earning Snook a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2020. Snook has been recognized for her talent and versatility as an actress, earning praise for her ability to portray complex and nuanced characters.
She continues to be a rising star in the entertainment industry, with a promising future ahead of her. Speak to us today for assistance to contact Dacre Montgomery’s agent or manager for booking or endorsement opportunities.