Born in Australia in 1987, Sarah Snook is an actress best known for her starring role as Shiv Roy in the hit TV series Succession. Snook will return to the West End, starring in The Picture of Dorian Gray at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. The production, presented by the Sydney Theatre Company, will see her portray all 26 roles.
After graduating from Sydney’s National Institute of Dramatic Art, Snook took a role in the State Theatre Company of South Australia's production of King Lear. She achieved additional success by portraying characters in a series of Australian films, such as Sisters of War, Not Suitable for Children, These Final Hours, and Predestination. Snook's outstanding performances in Sisters of War and Predestination earned her two AACTA Awards.
In 2015, Snook portrayed Andrea Cunningham in Danny Boyle's biopic Steve Jobs co-starring Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet. In the same year, she appeared in Jocelyn Moorhouse's period drama The Dressmaker, acting alongside Winslet and Judy Davis. Her performance earned her a nomination for the AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. The year after, Snook was featured in an episode of Netflix’s Black Mirror, acting alongside Malachi Kirby, Madeline Brewer, and Michael Kelly. She also debuted on the London stage in 2016, portraying Hilde Wangel in a revival of Henrik Ibsen's play The Master Builder, opposite Ralph Fiennes at the Old Vic.
In 2018, Snook rose to prominence by portraying Siobhan "Shiv" Roy in the HBO drama series Succession. Her performance received extensive critical acclaim and a range of prestigious awards, including winning the 2022 Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film, as well as her receiving the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.
6 February 2024 - 13 April 2024