Adora Sas is an extremely talented actress and performer. Born in Nigeria and raised in England she started her acting career at the age of 5 when she got her first break as a regular on the TV show “Under 5’s”. After that, she performed in school plays and musicals from the age of 7. Her first musical was a rendition of “The Pied Piper of Hamlyn”. She took piano lessons from the age of 7 and ballet classes from age 9.
Well-travelled and fluent in English, French and Spanish, Adora is a very positive person with good thoughts for the others. Positivity reflects in her thoughts that she mentioned in a recent interview. She says, “Always surround yourself with positive thinkers and kindhearted people. Stay away from negativity in all its forms and from intoxicating substances. Strive to help others in any way you can. Win or lose, there is no greater prize than inner peace”.
Adora moved to LA in 2011 when she was offered the opportunity to train at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre, Los Angeles. Before that, she trained in Meisner Technique at The Actor’s Temple in London and did the summer program at Drama Studio London. She got her dance training in ballet at the Royal Academy of Dance, jazz dance at Pineapple Studios London and trained in vocal technique with a variety of private teachers in London and Los Angeles.
Although her body of work is comprised of roles in the theatre, including such plays as “Women of Troy”, “Waiting for Lefty” and “The Rimers of Eldritch”, she is making steady tracks into the world of film and is currently working on the feature film “The Dragon’s Lair”.
Her favorite character to date has been “Lady MacBeth”, a strong female leading role and also a villain.
Adora admits that she has always drawn her inspiration from strong and powerful women naming Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Obama, Angela Basset and Josephine Baker as trailblazers that she strongly admires.