Sarah Snook is an Australian actress known for her roles as Andrea "Andy" Cunningham, Steve Jobs, Jane in Predestination and Gertrude 'Trudy' Pratt in The Dressmaker. These last two films have earned him several awards and nominations. In 2018, she began playing Siobhan "Shiv" Roy in the drama series HBO Succession.
Anniversary / Date of birth
Sarah Snook was born on July 28, 1987 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
She is currently 31 years old.
Sign of the sun
Sarah attended St John's Grammar School in Belair and Scotch College in Torrens Park.
Later, she was admitted to the National Theater Institute of Sydney, where she obtained an Acting Bachelors Degree in 2008.
- Father – Unknown
- Mother – Unknown
- Brothers and sisters – Unknown
She is currently in a relationship with Angus McDonald.
- In feet – 5 feet 5 inches
- In centimeters – 165 cm
- In meters -1.65 m
- In kilograms – 57 kg
- In pounds -126 lbs
- Measurements – 35-25-36
- Chest – 35 inches
- Cut – 25 inches
- hip – 36 inches
- Bra size – 34C
She is wearing a shoe size 8 (US).
The size of the dress
Her dress size is 6 (US).
- Red hair
- Blue eyes
- Pale skin
Sarah Snook made her film debut in 2011, playing a minor role in an erotic drama film, Sleeping Beauty.
In 2012, she landed the role of Stevie in the Australian romantic drama Not Convient for Children. She won the Critics Circle of Australia Film Award for Best Actress and was nominated for the AACTA Award for Best Actress in a lead role in the film.
Sarah made her first television appearance as Sophie in an episode of the All Saints Australian Medical Drama Series in 2009.
Best known for his roles in such films as Predestination, The Dressmaker and Steve Jobs.
Sarah Snook Favorites
His favorite things are unknown.
Sarah Snook's net worth
It has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million, according to media reports.
Social media profiles
Sarah is not on social media.
Sarah Snook Facts
She was raised in Adelaide, South Australia.
She developed an interest in acting from an early age and was offered a scholarship to study theater at Scotch College in Adelaide.
She worked as a fairy at children's parties and even in some hotels before entering mainstream cinema.
She played Hilde in the production of The Master Builder, Old Vic Theater, opposite the legend of the Ralph Fiennes Theater.
She appeared in King Lear with the State Theater Company of South Australia. She played Saint Joan in the production of the Sydney Theater Company in 2018.