Originally from Cork, Sally is an actress and a multi-award winning sketch and musical comedian living in London.  


She is the Irish third of critically acclaimed sketch group Muriel (Winners of both the 2017 So You Think You're Funny sketch competition and the 2017 Leicester Square Sketch-Off.)They have created a number of viral sketches which have amassed millions of views and been featured in dozens of publications including Evening Standard, ITV News, Time Out, and Daily Mail among others. Their most recent viral videos T.W.A.T.S. and Witch Hunt were made in collaboration with BBC Three and have together received nearly 6 million views. Their critically-acclaimed debut show Muriel:Bad Master premiered at the Underbelly in the Edinburgh Fringe to a sell-out run. It then transferred to London's Soho Theatre where it sold out its run with extra dates added.


She is also one half of music comedy duo Stiff and Kitsch (We Got Ticket Musical Comedy Awards Winners 2018 and Vault Comedy Award winners 2017) Their 5* reviewed musical comedy stage show Adele Is Younger Than Us sold out at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016, 2017 and 2018. It was also recommended by The London Evening Standard and had a run at the Soho Theatre earlier this year.Their first music video The Facebook Song has been viewed over half a million times online and has been featured by The Hook, Fab Magazine and Comedy Central UK. They also featured in the Kinder Bueno ‘Adulting’ Ad Campaign and are members of the Soho Theatre Young Company. 


As an actress, Sally trained at LAMDA. She was recently seen playing Emma in the Irish comedy series Nowhere Fast (RTE), and has been featured in adverts as far ranging as NatWest Contactless Payment to Apple Pay Contactless Payment! She is currently co-writing her first play - ‘Leia and the Roman’ which runs for a week at the Vault Festival in February. 


Telegenic and versatile, and with a striking stage presence, Muriel seem to have the potential to be the new Smack the Pony, and you can’t give higher praise that that’   - Chortle 


‘Spark and charisma…they just have that special something’

                                                                    - Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke


"Perfectly executed modern musical comedy that had the audience in stitches"                                                   - British Comedy Guide


"Hysterical..These two are a pair to watch out for!" 

                                                                    - West End Wilma