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Sarah Winter

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Photo: Stewart Bywater

Agent:

Simon Beresford

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Film


Tommies Dir: Karl Eccleston & Brian Fairbairn
Epik Pictures/BFI Network
SAS: Red Notice Dir: Magnus Martens
Sky Cinem
Dark Encounter Dir: Carl Strathie
Goldfinch
Dancing In The Ashes Dir: Nick Rowland
AMP Films
Fisherman's Friends Dir: Chris Foggin
Fred Films
Lovelorn Dir: Becky Preston
Treadsoftly Productions
The Other Boleyn Girl Dir: Justin Chadwick
Columbia Pictures


 

Theatre


French Without Tears Dir: Paul Miller
Orange Tree Theatre
Plain Jane Dir: Clive Judd
Royal Exchange Manchester
Miss Julie Dir: Anna Thompson
Battersea Arts Centre
Loves Comedy Orange Tree Theatre
 
Sauce For The Goose Dir: Sam Walters
Orange Tree Theatre
Hindle Wakes Dir: Bethan Dear
Finborough Theatre
Twelfth Night Dir: Rory Attwood
Greenwich Theatre

TV

I Hate Suzie Dir: Georgi Banks-Davies
Sky & Bad Wolf
Endeavour Dir: Borkur Sighthorron
Mammoth Screen
The Rebel Dir: Simon Callow
Retort
Casanova Dir: Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Amazon
Versailles Dir: Jalil Lespert
BBC / Canal +
Reign Dir: David Frazee
The CW
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Dir: Toby Haynes
BBC
The Selection Dir: Alex Graves
Warner Brothers
An Adventure In Space & Time Dir: Terry McDonough
BBC Wales
Mother Died Dir: Neill Gorton
Millenium FX

Skills

Accents & Dialects American-California, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Cheshire, Cockney, Heightened RP, Lancashire, London, Luton, RP, Welsh Standard, Yorkshire.
Music & Dance:
*Highly Skilled
Ballet*, Cha Cha, Charleston, Choral Singing, Choreography, Classical Singing, Contemporary Dance*, Flamenco, Pas de Deux*, Period Dancing, Piano, Pointe*, Quick Step, Recorder, Rock'n'Roll Dance, Salsa Dancing, Street Dance, Swing Singing, Tap* Waltz
Sports:

Horse Riding & Swimming

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Reviews

FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS

“The lads’ tutor, in turn, is the contrastingly demure Jacqueline, a local to whom the actress Sarah Winter brings both charm and an irreproachable French accent.”- THE NEW YORK TIMES (Matt Wolf)

“Miller’s production is extremely well cast…Sarah Winter captures exactly the repressed ardour of the other female resident” - THE GUARDIAN (Michael Billington)

“…Sarah Winter as the delightful, lovestruck daughter of the tutor… [Genevieve} Gaunt, [Sarah] Winter and [Tom] Hanson are finds.” - THE TIMES

“And just when you might think the play’s lightness could pall, Sarah Winter’s Jacqueline created an intensity of emotion that gave the whole play and production heart.” - DAN REBELLATO

“More effective is Sarah Winter, touching as the lovelorn daughter of the house, carrying a torch for Eyre’s highly strung Kit.” - WHATSONSTAGE

“A well-chosen cast is headed by the two leading ladies [Genevieve Gaunt & Sarah Winter] each of whom gives an equally good performance in very different roles.” - BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE

LOVE’S COMEDY

“...richly engaging performances from Mark Arends and Sarah Winter as Falk and Swanhild…” - THE GUARDIAN (Michael Billington)

“Sarah Winter allows little doubt that the girl would be worth fighting the whole world for.” - THEATRE GUIDE LONDON

“Sarah Winter’s Swanhild is all ingenuous sweetness and mischief, a wise-innocent whose layered characterising heaps shame on the lazy symbolism of her name.”
- THE ARTS DESK

“Sarah Winter’s Swanhild is the most layered character — a blend of mischief, innocence and independence.”- THE EVENING STANDARD (Henry Hitchings)

“…a quietly beautiful feminist with powerful feelings and an unshakeable moral grounding…Your reviewer instantly fell for the last of these, Swanhild, as well-played
by young Sarah Winter as her male counterpart Falk is by Mark Arends.” - BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE

“Sarah Winter makes an affectingly ardent Swanhild, refusing to be just Falk’s muse, and foreshadowing later independent Ibsen heroines struggling against sexual
inequality.” - EXEUNT MAGAZINE

“Sarah Winter takes centre stage with her charming portrayal of Swanhild. Headstrong, unguarded, earnest in her independence, she rejects the role of muse, striving instead to settle for something more.” - THEATRE REVIEWS LONDON

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