Sarah Snook

Sarah Snook is an Australian actress. She is known best for her roles in the films "Not Suitable for Children," "These Final Hours," and "Predestination."

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  • D.O.B. July 14, 1987
  • Age32
  • NationalityAustralia
  • Current Town Australia
  • Hair Color Redhead
  • Eye ColorBlue
  • Ethnicity Caucasian
  • Job Actress
  • Marital Status Single


Sarah Snook may still be on the rise as a Hollywood actress, but she is well on her way to being on of the greats. Already being referred to as Australia's answer to Emma Stone, the Adelaide, South Australia native's career took a huge leap in 2014, and is expected to skyrocket even more from there.

Educated at the St. John's Grammar School in Belair, a suburb of Adelaide, Sarah went on to attend Scotts College in Mitcham. From there, she moved on to the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), where she graduated in 2008. It was while attending NIDA that she familiarized herself with stage performing, starring in productions of such famous works as Macbeth and Gallipoli. After graduation, she continued to make a stage presence in the presentation of King Lear at the State Theatre Company of South Australia.

Having put in her dues, it was time to make the jump to professional screen acting. In 2009, Sarah made her first TV appearance on the series "All Saints" where she played the character of Sophie. From there, 2010 saw a bit more promise with a more prominent role in the TV movie "Sisters at War." The year 2011 saw even more success, with Sarah's career finally branching out into film roles. While she only starred in one film that year, "Sleeping Beauty," her TV career had really begun to hit its stride, as she was cast in her first ever lead role on the series "Spirited."

Yes, the future appears brighter than ever for Sarah. After landing roles in films such as "Not Suitable for Children" and 'These Final Hours" since 2012, the year 2014 saw more film roles than every year prior combined, including "Predestination," "The Second Coming," "Jessabelle," and "Oddball."

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