Sarah Agha is an actress of Arab and Irish heritage from London. She graduated from Trinity College Dublin in Theology and Middle Eastern Studies. She trained with National Youth Theatre and completed summer intensives with Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, New York Film Academy and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Sarah was awarded 'Most Promising Actor' by Larry Lamb at the Cinemagic Film and Television Awards, was has been nominated as an 'Emerging Brit" by the National Youth Film Academy. She is also on the BAFTA Crew scheme, designed to connect emerging talent to BAFTA-winners and nominees.
Sarah made her professional debut as the lead in 'Operation Magic Carpet' at The Polka Theatre after which she was cast as Shatha Khalil in 'Homeland', Season 5. She performed in Quilliam International's run of 'Deadly Dialogues' (London, Edinburgh and New York) and most recently as Lady Kay/Toto in the double bill of King Arthur/Wizard of Oz at the Scoop Amphitheatre, London. She can also be seen as Ilya in Season 3 of AMC's 'Into The Badlands'.
Sarah works regularly as a voiceover artist (BBC Bitesize, Radio 3, Sky). Other skills include stand-up comedy, piano, singing, kick-boxing, stage combat and radio presenting. When not performing, Sarah organises the workshops for Equity W&SW London and runs her own editing company, Killer Reels.