Actress

    Sadie’s first outing as Miss Adventure was in Miss Adventure meets MotorheadOriginally broadcast on Funny or Die in 2012, the skit was one of FoD‘s “Highest Rated Videos” (2013-2016) and piloted on Comedy Central. Since 2014, she’s gained a modicum of notoriety playing Miss Adventure 香港電台冒險小姐 in a variety of comic strands broadcast on RTHK Radio 3‘s Afternoon Drive & 123 Show.

    She’s recently been taking the character of Miss Adventure in new directions, writing & performing as the character in sketch shows, podcasts, spoof travelogues and her regular humor column, Sharp Pains. The first episode aired on RTHK Sept 29, 2020. She’s also writing & performing as Mrs. Sharpe-Payne in a radio play series and sitcom pilot, Meet The New Parents. The first episode will air on RTHK in a festive special Dec 28, 2021.

    Sadie played an actress of low moral repute in Contro Vento Films‘ comedy film FLIM the Movie. FLIM premiered during the 2014 Raindance Film Festival. In December 2014 the film was nominated for the Raindance Award at the British Independent Film Awards (BIFA). In Oct 2015 the film was selected by the New York Independent Film Festival. In 2020 she co-produced films Transference and Intuition with Contro Vento Films. In 2021 she’ll appear in one of a series of 6 Short Love Stories

    She played Wanda in supernatural western film West of Thunder. The film received nominations for Best Film at the Toronto, Red Nation and American Indian film festivals. In Jan 2013 West of Thunder won the Political Film Society Award for Human Rights and Political Film Society Award for Peace. In 2013 the film won the Audience Award at the Almeria Western Film Festival in Spain.

    She won a BBC Talent competition for sketch show Sack the Writer, which she devised & performed in for BBC Three. She was a performer in Pearson‘s ITV sketch show Stripped Off and web comedy series Living in a Box. The latter is currently being revived by a notorious comedy channel (more on that soon!) She played fiery Donatella Del Vecchio in improvised BBC webisodes of The Del Vecchios. She helped judge Channel 4‘s Comedy Circuit and 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 Fringe. 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

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