Sarah Agha

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Sarah Agha

Actor Voice-Over Artist Filmmaking
11th Jan 1992
Killer Reels
16 - 26
Royce Management (acting) and The Voice Agency (VO)
United Kingdom, GB
Equity Member

Sarah Agha

Actor Voice-Over Artist Filmmaking
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I am an actor, voice over artist, BAFTA Crew member and run my own company Killer Reels.

Acting credits include 'Homeland', Series 5, comedy sketches for Channel 4 and Ireland's TV3. Also professional experience in theatre (Polka Theatre, NYT, Soho Theatre) and voiceover (BBC and Sky).

I am a graduate of Trinity College Dublin where I read Theology and Middle Eastern Studies.

As an actor I trained with National Youth Theatre, National Youth Film Academy and regularly attend workshops with The Tricycle Theatre, the RSC, Little Angel Theatre, the Lyric Hammersmith and Theatre Royal Haymarket.

I am also part of the Soho Young Company writing and performing comedy at The Soho Theatre.

I speak conversational Arabic, have bases in London, Dublin, Belfast and Glasgow and my playing age is 16-24. Neutral accent is RP but more accents can be heard here:

Hobbies include stand-up comedy, radio presenting (Shoreditch Radio and London Fields Radio), writing and I am the workshops organiser for Equity, W&SW London.
Physical Attributes
Ethnicity Mixed Race
Gender Female
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Brown
Build Slim
Showreel & Media
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- BAFTA Crew Member
The professional network and masterclass programme, designed to connect emerging talent to BAFTA-winners and nominees.
I was nominated by my professional Script Supervising mentor Claire Alberie to join BAFTA Crew was accepted onto the 2016 intake into the directory under 'Script Supervising and Production'.

- Most Promising News Correspondent 2014 at Cinemagic Awards Ceremony London (hosted by Sharon Osborne)
Awarded by Cathy Newman after completing her masterclass at Channel 4 News at the C4 Headquarters.

- Nominated for Best Individual 2014 at Trinity College Dublin
Nomination at the CSC Awards for contributing to society life and student community through extra-curricular voluntary activity at Trinity College Dublin.

- Most Promising Actor 2012 at the Cinemagic Awards Ceremony Belfast
Awarded by Larry Lamb for Screen Acting and presented by Gerard McCarthy

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