Sarah Niles is a British film, television and theatre actress. Niles has appeared mainly in theatre productions including the National and Royal Court, The Old Vic, The Bush Theatre, to name a few. She is however most famous for portraying Reba Parkinson in the BBC television series Beautiful People. Niles has also had roles in various high-profile television shows such as Doctor Who, where she played Node 1 in "Silence in the Library", Being Human and Waterloo Road. Additionally, Niles had a role in the 2008 film Happy-Go-Lucky, directed by Mike Leigh. She has also been seen in London Boulevard and Austenland. In 2013 and 2014 Sarah has worked with the RSC as Charmian in Anthony and Cleopatra, performing at Stratford Upon Avon and touring to Miami and The Public Theater New York.
In 2014 she also played Tituba in the sold out production of The Crucible at the Old Vic theatre and also The Crucible on Screening cinemas throughout the UK and internationally.
In 2014, she appeared as Sylvaine Dor in Death in Paradise episode 3.8.
In 2015 she appears as Michelle Jones in the film Still directed by Simon Blake.
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