About Sally Reid
Sally was born in Perth where she attended Perth Youth Theatre before moving to Glasgow to train in Acting and Performance at Langside College. Further training includes The School at Steppenwolf in Chicago, where she trained in Meisner, improvisation, Viewpoints and extensive master-classes with ensemble members. National Theatre of Scotland work includes: The James Plays, An Appointment With The Wickerman, The Guid Sisters, Miracle Man, Empty, The Crucible. Other theatre work as an actress includes: Cinderfella, The Ugly One, The Three Sisters, Valhalla, Peter Panto (Tron), Wendy and Peter Pan, Rhinoceros, (Lyceum), Low Pay Don’t Pay (Glasgow Life), How to Disappear (Traverse), Party Politics (Play Pie Pint), Great Expectations, Time and The Conways, Beauty and The Beast (Dundee Rep), Days of Wine and Roses, Doubt, Autobahn (Theatre Jezebel), Sunset Song, Silver Darlings (HMT), Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, Cleo, Camping, Emmanuel and Dick, Top Girls, The Nun (Citizens Theatre), The Wall, The Ducky, The Chookie Brae (Borderline). Directing work for Theatre includes: Smile (Dundee Rep), What The Animals Say, Outside In (Play Pie Pint) TV work includes: Scot Squad, Group, River City, Only and Excuse (BBC Scotland), Rab C Nesbit, Two Doors Down (BBC), Radio work includes: Why Mummy Drinks, Saddled, Reply To All, Blown Away, Guide to Marriage, Piano Lessons, Occupation (BBC Scotland) Nominated for TMA Best Actress for Time and The Conways. Nominated for CATS award Best Actress for Days of Wine and Roses and The Wall.