Sarah Greene (actress)
|Born||24 July 1984 (age 35)|
For her performance in the role, she was nominated for the 2014 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and the 2014 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play. She won an Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actress - Drama, as Hecate Poole in the Showtime and Sky series Penny Dreadful, as well as starring as Maxine in the CBS series Ransom.
She became interested in acting when she saw Red Riding Hood along with her parents at the Opera House in Cork. A short time later she started to join the C.A.D.A. acting school. There she took acting lessons and took part in theatre plays and Musicals until she was 19 years old. When Greene was six years old she first appeared on stage. She played a twin in the theatre play The King and I at the Opera House in Cork. After leaving the C.A.D.A she was trained at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, from which she graduated in 2006.
Life and careerEdit
In 2013 and 2014, she appeared with Daniel Radcliffe in the theatre play The Cripple of Inishmaan. For her performance as Helen McCormick she was nominated for the Tony Award and the Laurence Olivier Award as best actor in a supporting role. In 2014, she appeared in The Assets. In Noble, she played Christina Noble. In 2014, she appeared as princess Judith in the television series Vikings. Judith should have become one of the main figures during the third season of the series, however, Greene refused because she wanted to appear on Broadway. In 2015, she played Hecate Poole in Penny Dreadful. In 2019, she began to play one of the leads on Dublin Murders, as Detective Cassie Maddox.
|2009||Love and Savagery||Cathleen|
|2011||The Guard||Sinead Mulligan|
|2006||Bachelors Walk||Table Football Girl #1||Christmas special|
|2009||Psych Ward||Jenny McArdle||2 episodes|
|2014||The Assets||Laura||Episode: "Avenger"|
|2015–16||Penny Dreadful||Hecate Poole||Recurring role|
|2017–18||Ransom||Maxine Carlson||Main cast|
|2019||Dublin Murders||Cassie Maddox||Main cast|
|2020||Normal People||Lorraine||In post-production|
|2006||The Empress of India||Kate||Town Hall Theatre, Galway|
|2006||The Year of the Hiker||Mary Lacey||The Pavilion Theatre, Dublin|
|2007||Danti Dan||Cactus||Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford|
|2009||The Playboy of the Western World||Honor Blake||Druid Theatre Company|
|2010||Phaedra||Ismene||Project Arts Centre, Dublin|
|2010||Little Gem||Amber||Peacock Theatre, Dublin|
|2011||Between Foxrock and a Hard Place||Sorcha||Gaiety Theatre, Dublin|
|2011||Cork Opera House, Cork|
|2012||Alice in Funderland||Alice||Abbey Theatre, Dublin|
|2013||The Cripple of Inishmaan||Helen McCormick||Noël Coward Theatre, London|
|2014||Cort Theatre, New York|
|2017||Woyzeck||Marie||Old Vic, London|
|2017||The Ferryman||Caitlin Carney||Gielgud Theatre, London|
|2013||Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag||Anne Bonny
Performer: "The Parting Glass"
|2015||The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt||Cerys an Craite||Voice|
|2016||The Bunker||"Margaret"||Live Action|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2014||Laurence Olivier Award||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||The Cripple of Inishmaan||Nominated|
|Tony Award||Best Featured Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|2015||Irish Film and Television Awards||Irish Film Board Rising Star||Won|
|Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role Film||Noble||Won|
|2016||Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role Drama||Penny Dreadful||Won|
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- Mark Kennedy (2014-05-30). "Irish actress Sarah Greene plays a mean bully". News.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2014-09-20.
- Laura Butler (2014-09-10). "Rising star Sarah lands role in horror Penny Dreadful". Herald.ie. Retrieved 2014-09-20.
- "BBC - BBC One announces The Dublin Murders". BBC Media Centre.
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