Sarah Agor

About Sarah Agor

Who is it?: Actress, Producer, Writer
Birth Day: April 19, 1921
Birth Place:  Marlboro, New Jersey, United States
Birth Sign: Taurus

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Sarah Agor was born on April 19, 1921 in  Marlboro, New Jersey, United States, is Actress, Producer, Writer. Sarah Agor was born on April 21, 1985 in Marlboro, New Jersey, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for Scream Queens (2008), Hatchet II (2010) and PG Porn (2008).
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In summer 2010 Gordy found out she had been chosen for the role of Lady Pamela Holland in the new BBC One production of Upstairs Downstairs. Lady Pamela was the long-lost sister of the lead character, Sir Hallam. Part of her role was written to illustrate the 1930s attitudes to disabilities. Her character was introduced in the third episode of the three-part drama. Lady Pamela became a regular character in the second series, which was televised in February 2012.


Gordy also played Mary in "The Infant King" in 2012 for the Oyster Project. She also helped produce and co-direct it.


In 2013 when she was nominated for the BBC Sussex and Surrey Community Heroes Award which she subsequently won. She was given the Arts Award in Lewes Town Council’s Civic Awards in 2014 for Service to the people of Lewes and her work in the Arts, especially for disabled people living and working in Lewes.


Gordy broke new ground in 2014 by playing a central character without a disability in the play Crocodiles at Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre. She has done a lot of theatre work, appearing in Once We were Mothers by Lisa Evans for the New Vic, Newcastle under Lyme, and in its second production at The Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond. She co-starred in the two-person play Into the Blue at The Arcola Theatre, London. She played the leading role in a touring theatre production, Seize the Day, with Hijinx Theatre, and has also toured with The Theatre Centre and Kazzum Theatre.


Sarah also performed a series of dance pieces at the My Perspective International Photography Competition Awards Ceremony in June 2016 which is held each year by the Downs Syndrome Association (DSA). It was judged by Dame Judi Dench.


In 2017, Gordy portrayed Orlando Quine in two episodes of Strike: The Silkworm


Sarah has a younger sister Catherine. Their mother, Jane Gordy, acts as Sarah's drama coach, travelling with her and helping with her lines. Jane has said "The interesting thing about Sarah is she doesn’t really act. She feels very emotional on set. She can’t fake emotion, so instead she believes everything about her character."