Sadie’s first outing as Miss Adventure was in Miss Adventure meets Motorhead. Originally broadcast in 2012, it remains one of Funny or Die‘s Highest Rated Videos and piloted on Comedy Central. Since 2014 she has gained a modicum of notoriety as the Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) personality Miss Adventure, with regular comedy broadcasts and spin-off shows, including Miss Adventure Friend to the Stars, Miss Adventure Versus… and the upcoming Fake News. She will record a series of topical Miss Adventure skits for Comedy Central over the summer.
She played an actress of low moral repute in Contro Vento Films‘ British comedy film FLIM the Movie. FLIM premiered in London Oct 2014 during the Raindance Film Festival. In Dec 2014 the film was nominated for the Raindance Award at the Moet British Independent Film Awards. In Oct 2015 the film was shortlisted for Best Film at the New York Independent Film Festival.
She played Wanda in Sunka Wakan Dragonfly Film Studio‘s US western film West of Thunder. The film premiered in New York and Los Angeles in 2012, receiving nominations for Best Film at the Toronto, Red Nation and American Indian film festivals. In Jan 2013 West of Thunder won two Best Film awards from the USA Political Film Society: Best Film on Human Rights and Best Film on Peace. The film won the Audience Award at the 2013 Almeria Western Film Festival in Spain.
She won a BBC Talent competition for interactive comedy series Sack the Writer, which she devised & performed for BBC Three. She was a performer on Pearson‘s ITV sketch show Stripped Off and web comedy series Living in a Box. She co-wrote and played fiery Donatella Del Vecchio in BBC webisodes of sitcom The Del Vecchios. She played pop wannabe Courtney in MTV spoof reality show Popstars. She judged Channel 4 competition Comedy Circuit & presented cable comedy series The Bottom Line.
She played Annie Milano in a year long run of Joey & Gina’s Wedding at the Cafe Royal, London. She performed with the Footlights in smokers and a revue at the Edinburgh Festival while a student. She’s an alumnus of the Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation and as a youth represented Hong Kong at the Vancouver International Comedy Festival performing her one-woman show, Faces.