• Born in Brisbane, Australia in 1992
• Graduated with Honors with Distinction from Wild Child Acting & Dance Studios at age 5
• Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Theatre Arts and Visual Arts from the Queensland Academy for Creative Industries and Queensland University of Technology respectively
• Member of comedy group Mitch & Max and Velocity Dance Crew
• Acted in "Fear The Walking Dead", "West Side Swordy", "The Redland: Survive" and "Girl of Steel"


Sarah McCreanor Bio

Sarah McCreanor was born in Brisbane, Queensland Australia in 1992, and is a dancer, actress, stuntwoman and model, known for her wide variety of abilities to do stunts and acrobatics, to implement difficult choreography and make visual arts. To the wider audience, Sarah is known for interpreting Breannah in the television series “Fear The Walking Dead”, and has also been seen in “West Side Swordy”, “The Redland: Survive” as well as “Girl of Steel”. Although raised in Australia, Sarah currently resides in Los Angeles, California USA.

Early years and Education

Sarah was into dancing from the age of five, being educated to dance Tap, Classical and Jazz at Wild Child Acting & Dance studios, from which she graduated with Honors with Distinction. Later, she enrolled at the Queensland Academy for Creative Industries to study Theatre Arts and Visual Arts. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree, McCreanor took postgraduate studies at the Queensland University of Technology, earning a Master’s degree in Fine Arts, Visual Art.

Professional Career

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Hunchback of Notre Smac • ? @jasminejrafael

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Alongside her friend Alexandra Mitchell, Sarah created the comedy group Mitch & Max, and they participated in various competitions including 2High Arts Festival and Out Of The Box Festival among others; it is worth mentioning the fact that Sarah created, directed and performed all their routines. From 2007 to 2011, she was a member and a co-choreographer of the Velocity Dance Crew, and danced in their productions including “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” among others. As an actress, she was seen starring in the short action drama film “Girl of Steel: Fan Film” in 2014, and as mentioned, she starred in the second season of the drama, horror series “Fear the Walking Dead” in 2015. The same year, she starred in the short action film “West Side Swordy” by Dan Liu, and in 2017 appeared in the feature film “Exuberance”. As a model, she took part in a number of commercials, including for Sleep Number, Apple, Google and others.

YouTube: Smac McCreanor

Sarah launched her YouTube channel – Smac McCreanor – in the summer of 2009. As of the latest data, she has accumulated 4,300 subscribers, and attracted over 1.4 million views. Her most popular videos are “Compilation of Dance Acrobatic Lifts!” which garnered more than 320,000 views, “How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular” accumulating over 270,000 views, as well as “Four Five Seconds – Rihanna, Kayne West & Paul”, gathering almost 150,000 views. She keeps uploading her videos regularly, which helps to boost her net worth.

Sarah McCreanor Instagram

The dancer and actress is active on all the popular social networking sites, including Instagram on which she has more than 11,100 followers, and nearly 2,000 on Twitter, and followed by 2,500 on her Facebook account.

Sarah’s Personal Life

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Smac, the coat rack • ? @paulkarmiryan

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Surprisingly for someone in her profession, Sarah generally keeps her private affairs exactly that, so her marital status isn’t known, but in the absence of any information to the contrary, she is assumed to still be single.



Jade2017announcedShadow Dancer
West Side Swordy2015Short completedDancer
Girl of Steel: Fan Film2014ShortKara
The Redland: Survive2014ShortZombie


The Redland: Survive2014Short stunts

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia


  1. Woah this is weird!! And yep, I Googled my own name. Lots of facts in here that I didn’t even know about myself! Learn something new everyday.

  2. I love to see the subject of the article come out and throw the bullshit flag. Nothing more humiliating to a “writer“ and have the subject nicely call them a liar lol!

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