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Sarah Lafferty
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Sarah Lafferty is based in Dublin and she is represented by Geraldine Dunne, Center Stage Agency

Sarah Lafferty played nurse Aoife de Búrca in Martin Dwan's RTÉ One docudrama called 'Seven Women'. At Avatar studio, she co-starred in a voiceover project which was directed by Maureen Selwood. As a member of the Players Society in Trinity College, Sarah performed regularly at the Beckett Theatre, while she co-founded 'Felix Culpa' theatre company with Annie Murphy which produced six sell-out shows of Enda Walsh's 'Sucking Dublin' at the New Theatre.

In New York, Sarah starred in a one-woman production by 'Fallen Angel' which was directed by Aedín Moloney. Sarah also acted Off-Broadway where she starred with Zach Gaffin in the Cell Theatre and alongside Maria Deasy in Bar Thalia. In London, Sarah made her West End debut in Adam Meggido's 'Some Voices' at the Soho Theatre, while she later played 'Carla' in Martin Derbyshire's 'the History of Cardenio' at the Courtyard Theatre. During this time, she was the Irish World's theatre critic and she reviewed premieres of Peter Brook, Caryl Churchill and Martin McDonagh. Sarah also interviewed Jim Norton and John Crowley.

Back in Ireland, Sarah acted alongside Jack Walsh in 'A play on Ulysses' in Blackrock which was directed by Nastaise Leddy and Iris Park. At Electric picnic, she acted in a Derek Murphy play which was produced by John Kearns. Sarah's first ever role was at the age of seven as Princess Elizabeth in an Irene Fleming production at the Hawk's Well Theatre, while under the stewardship of Seosamh Mac Gabhann, she was the lead actress in four All-Ireland winning Irish language productions at the Mullingar Arts Centre and at the Taibhdhearc.

Training
2013 to 2014: Advanced Acting Diploma from London School of Dramatic Art
2011- Summer course, American Academy of Dramatic Art, Madison Avenue, New York
2007-2011: Bachelor of Education honours degree in primary education from Trinity College Dublin

Hair Colour:  Brown
Eye Colour: Blue
Height:  5' 4"
Playing Range:  22-28
Awards:  Actor of the Day award, An Cumann Scoildrámaíochta, 2006
Key Credits
2018 Voice-Over | Honor
Maureen Selwood
2017 A Play on Ulysses | Mrs. Breen
Blackrock, Dublin, Nastaise Leddy and Iris Park
2017 Sheehy Skeffington, Reminiscences of an Irish Suffragette | Hanna Sheehy Skeffington
Fallen Angel Theatre Company, Aedín Moloney
2017 Inside Danny's Box | MaryBeth
The Cell Theatre, Off-Broadway, Derek Murphy
2016 Seven Women | Aoife de Búrca
Tile Films for RTÉ 1, Martin Dwan
2014 Some Voices | Laura
The Soho Theatre, Adam Meggido
2013 Sucking Dublin | Amanda
The New Theatre, Victoria Fradgely
2010 The Weir | Valerie
The Beckett Theatre, Conor Kenny
2006 Dancing at Lughnasa | Kate
Hawk's Well Theatre, Irene Fleming
2004 Féasta Meán Oíche | Susan
Seosamh Mac Gabhann, an Taibhdhearc
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