Sarah Woodward trained at RADA.
Includes The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Nell Gwynn, The Sea, Wild Oats, Present Laughter, The Cherry Orchard, This House and Quiz in the West End. She has played leading roles at the National Theatre, the RSC, Shakespeare’s Globe, the Royal Court, the Donmar, the Almeida and Hampstead theatres, among others.
Includes Supernova, Bright Young Things and I Captured the Castle.
Includes Quiz, The Pale Horse, The Politician’s Wife, Loving Miss Hato, Hear the Silence, Endeavour, Outnumbered and, most recently, Queens of Mystery and Professor T.
Include Best Supporting Actress nomination at the Tony Awards 2000 for The Real Thing; Best Supporting Actress at the Olivier Awards 1998 for Tom & Clem; Shakespeare’s Globe Classic Award 1993 for The Tempest and Best Supporting Actress at the Clarence Derwent Awards 1989 for Artist Descending a Staircase.