Sarah Greene Wiki
Sarah Greene Bio
|Sarah Greene was born on 21st July 1984. She is an Irish actress and singer, best known for portraying Helen McCormick in the West End and Broadway productions of The Cripple of Inishmaan. 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.|
|Sarah Greene Age||She was born on 21 July 1984 (age 34) in Cork, Ireland|
|Sarah Greene Occupation||Actress, singer|
|Sarah Greene Height||1.63 m|
|Sarah Greene Nominations||Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play and Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role|
|Sarah Greene Record Labels||Carter Lane – OMiP, Sing When You’re Winning – OMiP, The Children’s Company – OMiP|
Sarah Greene Early life and Education
Greene was born in Cork, Ireland. She was trained at Cada performing arts and The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, from which she graduated in 2006.
Sarah Greene Rosie (2018 film)
Sarah Greene’s is starring in Rosie, a 2018 Irish drama film directed by Paddy Breathnach. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival-time. The actress plays the young mother of the title trying to juggle the common responsibilities and logistics that come with being a parent to young children. The only difference for her and husband John Paul (Moe Dunford) is that they’re homeless.
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So proud to have been part of telling this incredibly timely story with these truly amazing people. No person should be without a home. The fact that almost 1 in 4 people homeless is a child, is just shameful. Please go see in cinemas across Ireland from October 12th #supportirishfilmmaking #takebackthecity @moe_dunford @elliejohalloran #RubyDunne #DarraghMacKenzie #MollyMcCann #paddybreathnach #roddydoyle @elementpictures @protagonistpictures also huge thanks to @cashmandjmc and @cloochy for keeping me sane and making feel great, you guys are the best ❤️
Sarah Greene Boyfriend
Sarah Greene dated a fellow actor, Aidan Turner for five years(2012 – 2015). Aiden is also an Irish actor known for her roles of Kíli in the three-part fantasy film The Hobbit. They decided to keep to their ways, choosing against trashing each other in a war of words after their break-up. But Greene said the most frustrating part was misinformation being spread about their relationship.
Sarah Greene Career
Sarah played Helen McCormick (Slippy Helen) opposite Daniel Radcliffe as Billy Claven in Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, directed by Michael Grandage at the Cort Theatre on Broadway, NYC. Sarah was nominated for a Tony award (Best Actress in a Featured Role) 2014 for her performance in the show, one for which she was already nominated for an Olivier Award in 2013 while it’s West End run and for which she was awarded the 2014 World Theater Award for Outstanding Broadway Debut.
Sarah stars as Christina Noble alongside Deirdre O’Kane, Liam Cunnigham and Brendan Coyle in Stephen Bradley’s feature Noble and has already won awards Jury and Audience awards at the Boston Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Newport Beach Festival, Nashville and Dallas Festivals.
In 2014, Sarah was cast alongside Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller in The Weinstein’s ‘Untitled John Wells Project’ and joined the cast of Showtime’s Penny Dreadful playing Hecate Poole.
Sarah Greene Movies
|2009||Love and Savagery||Cathleen|
|2011||The Guard||Sinead Mulligan|
Sarah Greene TV Shows
|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|
Sarah Greene Albums
- Your Favourite Nursery Rhymes and Action Songs – 2012
- Happy Times & Nursery Rhymes: 40 Favourites – 2013
- Here We Go Looby Loo: Travelling Songs – 2013
- 35 Animal Stories Read by Celebrities – 2013
- Nifty Nursery Numbers – 2015
- 30 Favourite Nursery Rhymes – 2013