Sarah Street is a New York based actor from Cork City, Ireland. She attended The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, and has also studied improv and sketch comedy at UCB, and musical improv at The Magnet Theater. She continues to study acting at The Barrow Group, with Seth Barrish and Lee Brock.
Some career highlights include a recurring role on Law&Order: SVU, playing opposite Pablo Schreiber and Kelli Giddish, portraying real life historical figure, Isabella Ferguson, in the film Liberty Fever, and playing Elizabeth Olsen's bum, opposite Dakota Fanning, in the film "Very Good Girls", a film that had critics saying " Sarah Street is rearly talented"
She has appeared in commercials for NBC, Amazon and MTV, done voice over work for HowCast.com, and worked with award winning director Deborah Kampmeier after landing a role in her critically acclaimed film Split, which premiered at The Sarasota Film Festival. She has recently wrapped two film projects; Pure and Beyond the Rush, the latter won Best Short Film at The Rincon Film Festival in Puerto Rico.
Recent off broadway credits include playing Beverly in the Barrow Group's recent production of Mike Leigh's Abigail's Party, which The New York Times called "a must see" and named it a Critic's Pick. She also recently appeared in Rebel in the soul at The Irish Repertory Theatre, directed by Charlotte Moore. She was honored to perform at Bloomsday on Broadway at Symphony Center this year, alongside Harris Yulin, and many other wonderfully talented actors. Sarah is slotted to play Annie in The New York Premiere of Muswell Hill by Torben Betts, at The Barrow Group this Autumn 2017.
Sarah also writes. Her first full length play - "The Last Rose of Summer" had a reading at the Irish Arts Center. She is has also written a web series, a short film, and is in the middle of her second full length play.
Sarah has also recently co-founded The Pond Theatre Company (www.thepondtheatre.org)
She lives in Brooklyn, with her boyfriend and two cats. When she is not acting, writing, or producing, she likes to eat pizza and drink tea, not necessarily at the same time.