Sarah Nader is an Iranian-Australian actor with prior performances in independent films, such as Beasts and Anamnesis. Born and raised in Perth, Sarah is fluent in Farsi and has trained with coaches from WAAPA, Acting Mastery, and at AMAW. She joins Outhouse Theatre Co in her debut performance on stage in the play "How To Defend Yourself" by Lily Padilla. In her spare time, she learns French, pole dancing, and setar (Persian stringed instrument). She also has bases in Perth, Sydney, and Japan (near Osaka).
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"Sarah is an actress who can bring a scene to a halt with her commanding voice or convey the complexity of human desire with a single glance." - MJ Gunaratne (Director, Writer) AFTRS
"As a writer, producer, and director, I have worked with a diverse array of actors in different roles. I have seen Sarah Nader through numerous stages of an auditioning process and each time she was able to bring such great intelligence, heart, and humour to the role. She stood out amongst hundreds of self-tapes and once in the room, continued to surprise and engage us with each direction we gave her. Throughout the rehearsals, Sarah was committed, open to collaboration and brought her own insight which immensely elevated the work. She had the most challenging role of encapsulating the entire tone of the show through her voice, a challenge she succeeded greatly in, captivating audiences, as well as giving space for the other actors to shine." - Siham Serhon (Writer, Producer, Director) NIDA