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SARAH BOLGER (MALLORY) was born in 1991 in Dublin, Ireland, and is already a veteran of the acting profession. Bolger won a place at the Young Peoples Theatre Co. at just five years of age. Less than a year later, she was chosen to star alongside some of Ireland's leading actors in the poignant real-life story "A Love Divided,” directed by Sid McCartney. Thereafter followed the role of Helena in the movie "A Secret Affair,” based on the Barbara Taylor Bradford novel.

It was in 2001, when selected by Oscar®-nominated director Jim Sheridan to star alongside her real-life sister Emma Bolger in the major motion picture "In America,” that Sarah came to worldwide critical acclaim. Her portrayal of Christy, a young girl holding her emotionally drained family together, won a ten-year-old Bolger rave reviews around the world, and brought with it nominations for "Best Newcomer” at the Independent Spirit Awards and "Best Cast Ensemble” at the Screen Actors Guild, along with many other nominations for best actress and best newcomer in various award ceremonies around the world.

Bolger has had roles in many acclaimed television dramas, such as "The Clinic” (RTE 2005) and the controversial drama "Stardust,” nominated for the acclaimed Prix Europa Television Awards.

Recently, Bolger starred alongside Andie McDowell in the motion picture "Tara Road” for director Gillies MacKinnon and, in 2006, she was seen in "Stormbreaker” starring alongside Mickey Rourke and Bill Nighy in the role of the sassy vixen Sabina Pleasure. She is currently playing Princess Mary in the second season of the Showtime production "The Tudors,” which will be broadcast on the BBC later this year.


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