About me

Hailing from the beautiful southern hemisphere, I’ve got your Australasian needs covered!

Aussie dad, Kiwi mum and eight years in London training and working as an actor (specifically in musical theatre) have meant I’ve developed quite the knack for accents – particularly American and a strong RP as well.

With a penchant for the comedic, my personality will always shine through making all of my work personable and distinct.

I recently made my UK Concert debut in excerpts from WEST SIDE STORY singing the role of Ruth in Bernstein’s WONDERFUL TOWN with the Cambridge Philharmonic, to rave reviews, including

 ‘‘One tour de force after another came from the amazingly versatile Sara Lynam in ‘One Hundred Easy Ways to Lose a Man’, ‘Conga’ and ‘Swing’. ‘The Wrong-Note Rag’ with the equally charismatic Emily Apps was just a triumph.’’ 

– Cambridge Independent.

Recent engagements include Lyre/Caroline/La Llorona UNCANNY TALES for Pandemonium Performance and my voice over performances can be heard as Miss Johnson THE CHRISTCHURCH MURDER for BBC Radio 4, and for ITV’s I’M A CELEBRITY… GET ME OUT OF HERE!

Check out my full CV on Spotlight by clicking here.

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