|Sarah has been involved in the performing arts from the age of 5, playing the recorder and performing in school plays, most memorably as a sloth in Yanomamo around age 8, where a power cut left her hanging upside down on a bar alone on stage in the dark. Unperturbed by this experience, Sarah continued with her passion for the performing arts, concentrating on music throughout high school and a music degree (2004), and beginning her career as a stage manager in the UK.
Sarah performed for three months in ‘The Ship That Never Was’ in Strahan, Tasmania during her first trip to Australia as a backpacker in 2006. Since moving permanently to Australia in early 2010, she has worked predominantly as an actor and as a role player for clients such as Griffith Uni and UQ medical schools, the Australian Medical Council and Conflict Resolution Training. She also works as a colonial character tour guide on St Helena Island, where she also appears roughly once a month in ‘The Secrets of St Helena’ night show.
Sarah has appeared in several short films, playing among other things a teaching assistant in an educational film, a spy in a spoof film, a drowned dead body, and the voice of a tennis ball! In 2012 alone Sarah performed in eleven theatre productions, playing a medieval harp player, an ancient Greek, a singing hippie, a traffic controller, a bride, a vampire, a strange woodland creature, an evil witch, an ancient Egyptian, a Victorian lady and a tranquilliser addict.
Read more about Sarah at: www.sarahgooda.com