Sarah Miele is an award-winning actor from Scotland.
She graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (BA Acting 2016) and her most recent credits include appearing in the multi award-winning 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' in the West End.
Sarah won the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award 2016 for the lead role in short 'Grimm Street' and for which she was also awarded Best Actress at the Phenicien International Film Festival 2017.
Other credits include The Reality Tunnel (BBC Radio 3), Farmland (shortlisted for the BAFTA Rocliffe new writing showcase), Grain in the Blood (Traverse Theatre & Tron Theatre) alongside Blythe Duff and John Michie - ‘A revelatory performance from Sarah Miele’ The Herald - and Thon Man Moliere (Royal Lyceum Theatre) alongside Siobhan Redmond.
During her training at RCS, Sarah was also selected to perform abroad twice in the Spoleto International Student Festival, Italy and performed Robert Burns poetry for HRH Prince Charles at Dumfries House.
Sarah is also an experienced aerial artist.
Playing Age: 15-24 Height: 5' 4" Build: Slim
Training: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (BA Acting) 2016, National Youth Theatre
Accents: Edinburgh*, Glasgow, Scottish-Standard, RP, London, Belfast, Yorkshire, American-Standard
Movement: Lecoq, Mask work, Aerial Skills* (Silks*, Rope, Trapeze, Harness, Hoop), Acrobatics
Physical Theatre, Dance (general)
Music: Piano, Flute, Ukulele, Singing (general)
Other: Full Clean Car Driving License, PVG Disclosure, Devising
Awards: BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award - Acting Performance Female 2016 (Grimm Street), Best Actress - Phenicien International Film Festival 2017 (Grimm Street), Duncan Macrae Memorial Prize for Speaking of Scots 2015 (RCS)