Sorcha is from the Irish midlands but is based in Dublin and is 5′ 7″ (170cm) tall.

She plays a leading character across two episodes of “BORDERLINE” (post-production), a new 1 x 6 hour television series that filmed in north Co. Louth and the surrounding areas. Directed by Robert Quinn and produced by Mary Callery and ShinAwil Productions.

Her screen credits also include the supporting role of ‘Tina’ in Stephen Jones’s series “NORTHERN LIGHTS”, the supporting role of ‘Eimear’ in Rachel Carey’s feature film “DEADLY CUTS” (Netflix), the feature film “METAL HEART” (‘Amelie’) directed by Hugh O’Connor, and Nigel Mulligan’s short film “DUST” (‘Cassie’).

Sorcha majored in Ballet and Contemporary dance while studying at the University of Limerick from where she graduated with a BA in Performing Arts. As part of Erasmus studies, she was accepted to University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point USA for 6 months where she trained intensively in Jazz, Ballet and Modern dance. She received Grade 6 Ballet with the Royal Irish Academy of Dance Ireland, Grade 6 in piano with the London Academy of Music and is an established singer/songwriter with many years of live performance experience.

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