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Meet Sinéad D’arcy

Today we’d like to introduce you to Sinéad D’arcy.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Sinéad. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
I have always been in love with performing and dreamt of becoming a performer myself. From watching my first episode of Barney to listening to my mom’s CD of the original Broadway version of A Chorus Line on repeat. My first play was Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. Then I started doing musical theatre: Hairspray, Anything Goes, Singing in the Rain, and Broadway Bootcamp during the summer. I was a part of competition plays and acting competitions where I won awards at district, regional, and states. I had the time of my life but the second I could I came to Los Angeles to really go after my dream.

Now I am a triple threat actor with experience in mixed martial arts. I am also a voiceover artist. My latest work was playing the voice of the fairy Syl in the virtual reality video game The Way of Kings: Escape the Shattered Plains. I am Irish and proud to be a dual citizen and I hope to do a film in Ireland in the near future. I am in the process of writing, directing, and producing projects with the help of my friends at Teammate Productions.

I have appeared on commercials and infomercials for companies like Great Clips and Instyler. And I even made an appearance on the Emmy award-winning talk show The Real. I also have a podcast called Girls Let’s Talk that is now on iHeartRadio. And you can find me starring as a lead in the Lifetime primetime movie My Nightmare Landlord airing internationally on January 5th!

Congrats on starring as a lead in the upcoming Lifetime movie. How exciting!  Has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
My biggest challenges that I have faced have been mental. It’s amazing how much limiting beliefs can hold you back in life when you let them. I now practice mindfulness by saying positive affirmations and visualizing my goals coming to fruition.

What moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?
I would say the proudest moment in my career would actually be the most recent. Which is being a lead in a movie on Lifetime! I have always loved watching Lifetime movies with my friends and family so it feels surreal.

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