Sarah Lynn Dawson

Sarah Lynn Dawson

actress, producer, writer

Sarah Lynn Dawson was born on Jan 22, 1981 in UK. Sarah Lynn Dawson's big-screen debut came with Folklore directed by Justin Calen-Chenn in 2012. Sarah Lynn Dawson is known for I Lost My Body directed by Jérémy Clapin, Hakim Faris stars as Naoufel and Victoire Du Bois as Gabrielle. Sarah Lynn Dawson has got 1 awards and 2 nominations so far. The most recent award Sarah Lynn Dawson achieved is Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, US. The upcoming new movie Sarah Lynn Dawson plays is Forever Not Maybe which will be released on Oct 12, 2020.

Sarah is a British actress and filmmaker who trained as an actress at the New York's Lee Strasberg Institute of Film and Television. She has English, Scottish, Irish, Swedish, Danish and German ancestry.She voiced the role of the Mother in the Oscar Nominated Feature Film J'ai perdu mon corps (2019). She played the role of Angie in Love in the Time of Pandemic. She also played the lead role of Alice Clark the LAPD's first female detective in the 1940's film noir Unsolved (2015), which she also produced. This film was an Official Selection of Women Up! Independent Film Festival, Official Selection of the Silicon Beach Film Festival, Official Selection of California Women's Film Festival and an Official Selection of the Ozark Film Festival. Other films she has appeared in, include Duality (2015), which she wrote and starred in and which was narrated by Deepak Chopra and premiered at the Hollyshorts Film Festival.She was born in the Lake District in England and she spent a large part of her childhood growing up in Qatar, where she started acting at the age of seven when she was cast in a community theatre show.She starred in theatre productions throughout her school years at boarding school, playing lead roles in several Greek Tragedies. After pursuing academia and graduating from the University of Leeds with a BA Hons Degree in Sociology, Sarah realized her future career lay in the performing arts and after acting in several independent films, she was cast in a play 'Reality TV' directed by Jim Tommaney. At this time she started writing and completed her first feature script. She then moved to New York and studied acting at The Lee Strasberg Institute of Film and Television in New York, on their two year conservatory program.She made her Off-Broadway debut in the Manhattan Repertory Theater's production of 'Men' directed by Ken Wolfe, quickly followed by another Off-Broadway appearance in the showcase 'Conflict', at The Producers Club, before moving to Los Angeles. In LA she was accepted on the prestigious BAFTA/LA Newcomers program and also became an Observer at The Actors Studio where she learned from Martin Landau and the teachers there. She continues to act and write.

  • Birthday

    Jan 22, 1981
  • Place of Birth

    England, UK

Known For


1 wins & 2 nominations

Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, US
Best Acting Ensemble
Winner - Feature Film Award

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