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Bio For: Sarah Snook
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SARAH SNOOK (Marion) reteams with The Spierig Brothers in WINCHESTER for a second collaboration following their hit film Predestination, a performance that brought her the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) and Film Critics Circle of Australia (FCCA) Best Actress Awards.

She received an AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama for the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) series Sisters of War and was nominated for an AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress in a Feature Film for Not Suitable for Children, a role that also brought her an FCCA Award for Best Actress. Snook also received the Graham Kennedy Most Outstanding New Talent TV Week Logie Award for her performance in Sisters of War. She also received nominations for the AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama and Logie Award for Best Outstanding Actress for her role in The Beautiful Lie.

Snook was the runner up for the prestigious Australians In Film Heath Ledger Scholarship in 2011. She recently appeared in The Glass Castle with Brie Larson and Woody Harrelson. Her other film credits include: Neil Armfield's Holding The Man, co-starring Guy Pearce, Anthony Lapaglia, which closed the 2015 Sydney Film Festival; Jocelyn Moorehouse's The Dressmaker with Kate Winslet, Judy Davis and Liam Hemsworth, which screened at the Toronto and Melbourne International Film Festivals; Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs; Sleeping Beauty; These Final Hours; Oddball.

She is currently shooting the HBO drama series Succession with Brian Cox and Kieran Culkin. Her television credits include: The Secret River with her WINCHESTER co-star Finn Scicluna-O'Prey; The Moody's; Redfern Now; Spirited Series 2; Blood Brother; Packed to the Rafters; My Place; and All Saints.

Her theatre credits include: King Lear for the South Australian Theatre Company and three productions for the Griffin Theatre Company: Lovely/Ugly: Transformer, Crestfall and S27.

In 2015, Snook returned to the stage for Henrik Ibsen's The Master Builder opposite Ralph Fiennes at London's Old Vic Theatre.

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