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Sade Malone


Sade is a 2018 graduate of LIPA (Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts) – founded by Paul McCartney. 


At the age of 14, Sade landed the regular role of Agnes Addo on the BAFTA-winning CBBC production 4 O CLOCK CLUB, a role she played across 4 series until 2014 before she started her drama school training. 


Theatre roles include: CUCKOO (Soho theatre), directed by Debbie Hannan; SEASONS IN THE SUN (East Riding Theatre), directed by John Godber. Roles whilst training include: Philomele in LOVE OF A NIGHTINGALE and Mercutio in ROMEO AND JULIET.


Television roles include: PISTOL (FX / Minim UK Productions); FRANK OF IRELAND (Channel 4/Amazon); Regular role of Siobhan in comedy-drama MY LEFT NUT (Rollem Productions for the BBC); TINSTAR S3 (Kudos Television for Sky Atlantic); THE QUEEN AND I (Sky One) alongside David Walliams and Samantha Bond; RIG-45 (Subotica & Mopar Media Group); CASUALTY (BBC1). Other screen roles include short film, UNDERWATER (**selected for Savannah Film Festival 2019) for director, Michael Keogh.


Sade has also recorded multiple radio dramas for the BBC to include FAULT LINES: MONEY, SEX AND BLOOD (BBC Radio 4); BRIEF LIVES - SERIES 11 (BBC Radio 4) and TORN** (BBC Radio 4) - all directed by Gary Brown 


**BBC Audio Drama Awards 2020 finalist in the "Best Debut” category.