Sarah Snook (Succession) stars in a new adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray at Theatre Royal Haymarket.
Award-winning actor Sarah Snook is one of Hollywood’s most dynamic talents.
Sarah Snook’s theatre credits include her debut performance in King Lear with the State Theatre Company of South Australia; three productions for the Griffin Theatre Company including Lovely/Ugly: Transformer, Crestfall, and S27; alongside Ralph Fiennes in The Master Builder at London’s The Old Vic Theatre; and most recently, in Saint Joan for the Sydney Theatre Company, for which she won Best Female Actor in a Play at Australia’s 2019 Helpmann Awards.
Sarah can most recently be seen on the final season of the award-winning HBO series Succession.
For her portrayal of ‘Shiv Roy’ over the past four seasons she has received a Golden Globe Award and a Critics Choice Award and been nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards and a Screen Actors Guild Award. The series has received critical acclaim and, among its many accolades, won Best Drama Series at the 2020 and 2022 Golden Globes and the Critics’ Choice TV Awards, and won Outstanding Drama Series at the 2022 Primetime Emmy Awards.
This year, Sarah was seen starring in Sundance thriller Run Rabbit Run for STX films, released on Netflix on 28 June.
Coming up, she is starring in Kristin Gore and Damian Kulash’s The Beanie Bubble alongside Elizabeth Banks and Zach Galifianakis for Apple.
In 2021, Sarah had a supporting role in Kornél Mundruczó’s Pieces of a Woman alongside Vanessa Kirby. The film premiered at the 2020 Venice Film Festival in competition and also screened at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival.
Previously, Sarah starred as the lead in the 2015 Australian drama series The Beautiful Lie, which earned her a Logie Award nomination for Most Outstanding Actress as well as the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama. This marked Sarah’s second AACTA nomination in this category, which she previously won for her performance in the 2012 television movie Sisters of War. Her additional television credits include AMC’s anthology drama series Soulmates from Emmy-winning writer Will Bridges and Brett Goldstein, an episode of Black Mirror, The Secret River, The Moodys, Redfern Now, Spirited, Blood Brothers, Packed To The Rafters, My Place, And All Saints.
On film, Sarah’s first major role in America was in Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs alongside Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet. Written by Aaron Sorkin, the biographical drama premiered to critical acclaim at the 2015 Telluride Film Festival and later went on to receive two Oscar nominations.
Sarah delivered her most notable film performance as the complex lead “Jane/John” alongside Ethan Hawke in the science-fiction thriller Predestination, for which she received the AACTA Award and the Film Critics Circle of Australia award for Best Actress.
Other film credits include An American Pickle with Seth Rogen, the supernatural horror film Winchester with Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke; The Glass Castle alongside Brie Larson; Holding The Man opposite Guy Pearce; The Dressmaker with Kate Winslet; Brother’s Nest; Odd Ball; Jessabelle; These Final Hours; Not Suitable For Children; And Sleeping Beauty.