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Sarah Moss

Sarah Moss

Since her first professional role in The Lion in Winter at the Theatre Royal Haymarket under the direction of Sir Trevor Nunn, Sarah has built up an eclectic CV, with theatre, screen, musical theatre, pantomime and audio credits. She has worked in regional and fringe theatre, London’s West End and on both UK and international tours. Recent credits include Miss Casewell in The Mousetrap at the St Martin’s where she was part of the cast that re-opened the West End, and Madhouse at the Ambassador’s alongside David Harbour and Bill Pullman. Filming work includes popular CBS show FBI:International and musicals include Million Dollar Quartet and Twentieth Century Boy. A professional highlight remains playing the role of Little Voice in Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice; a job which married her three loves: beautiful text, beautiful music and a challenge.

As a writer, Sarah is currently editing her first novel with United Agents. She is an alumna of the CBC three-month novel writing course and graduated with first class honours in English literature- including a creative writing module in her fourth year. She is a dedicated beta reader for her peers and has experience editing. Sarah loves helping students to discover the balance between honesty and truth that is crucial in every genre, as well as helping them to develop the technical skills required to write a novel.

Sarah’s classes will explore the different tools needed to approach acting, allowing students to practise in a fun, relaxed and judgement-free space.