Sarah Snook secretly married her best friend Dave Lawson.
The Australian actress, who stars in the hit HBO series Succession, fell in love with her fellow Aussie while the pals were locked up together.
Sarah, 33, proposed to Dave, 43, in October last year, and the couple married in the backyard of their home in Brooklyn, New York, in February.
Love! Sarah Snook secretly married her best friend. The Australian actress, who stars in the hit HBO series Succession, fell in love with fellow Aussie Dave Lawson while the pals were locked up together. Sarah (left) was seen wearing rings on her wedding finger at the Succession premiere last week
Pals: Dave (far left) appeared in photos shared on Sarah’s Instagram account, the couple taking a trip to Spain with friends in 2019
âWhen the pandemic started last year, I found myself locked in Melbourne with one of my best friends and we fell in love,â she told Vogue this week.
“We have been friends since 2014, have lived together, traveled together, always happy to see each other, but totally platonic.”
Sarah says the stars aligned and a romance between the two was born – much like the plot of a movie she could star in.
âWe have never been single at the same time. It was a trick. There is so much heartache and sadness in the world, but on a personal micro level I have been very lucky, âsaid Snook.
Wed: Sarah proposed in October last year, and the couple got married in the backyard of her home in Brooklyn, New York, in February. Gossip first erupted when Snook stepped out on the red carpet in New York City last week wearing a sparkling ring on his wedding finger (pictured)
Sarah added that without the pandemic, the couple might not have ended up together so quickly.
Gossip first erupted when Snook stepped out on the red carpet in New York City last week, during the season three premiere of Succession, wearing a sparkling ring on his wedding finger.
Dave appeared in photos shared on Sarah’s Instagram account, the couple taking a trip to Spain with friends in 2019.
The Adelaide-born star has been living in Brooklyn for some time and recently spoke on Late Night With Seth Meyers about the beloved neighborhood.
âWhen the pandemic started last year, I found myself locked in Melbourne with one of my best friends and we fell in love,â she told Vogue this week. “We have been friends since 2014, have lived together, traveled together, always delighted to see each other, but totally platonic”
‘I love it. I love Brooklyn. It’s like, I don’t know, Brooklyn is like Manhattan’s little brother, or like Australia to America, âshe said.
She added: “It’s like outside, but you have the best view.”
Snook plays the character of Siobhan ‘Shiv’ Roy in Succession, which was a huge hit for HBO.
The series is set within the powerful Roy family, who run a huge media conglomerate, with Shiv and his siblings Roman (Kieran Culkin), Kendall (Jeremy Strong) and Connor (Alan Ruck) all working under their father. Logan (Brian Cox).
Star: Snook plays Siobhan ‘Shiv’ Roy character in Succession (pictured), which was a huge hit for HBO
The estate is set to finally return to the screens, after a series of delays linked to the pandemic – and according to early reviews, season three is well worth the wait.
In the wake of the show’s press previews, slated for release on October 18, four- and five-star accolades confirm that the Battle of the Roys, which left us on a chilling cliffhanger led by Kendall, will be more explosive. than ever.
In the UK, The Times awarded five stars and insisted the comeback is ‘thrilling’ after last season’s ‘electrifying climax’, while in the US Rolling Stone gave four stars and said the show is “bigger, meaner and more bloodthirsty than ever”.
Season two ended in 2019 on a cliffhanger, first tying the mystery surrounding who would be the âblood sacrificeâ offered to shareholders.
Terror: The estate is finally set to return to screens, after a string of pandemic delays – and early reviews say season three is well worth the wait
After being tipped to be the sacrifice, Logan’s son Kendall, played by Jeremy Strong, was then seen explosively taking his father out for the dirty business at his company Waystar RoyCo and fans were waiting to see the subsequent fallout.
In the biting episode, Kendall speaks at a press conference, where he reveals details of the cruise scandal among other Waystar Royco secrets.
Writing for The Times, Carol Midgley wrote: âI can assure you that Succession easily jumps to its own very high bar. Succession’s greatest weapon has always been its whipping dialogue and writer Jesse Armstrong has elevated his game …
âThe show places viewers’ expectations at a very high level and it responds by tripling its strengths. The next generation is back and it’s exciting.
The publication accompanied the dazzling review with a five-star accolade.
The next generation is BACK! In the wake of the show’s press previews, slated for release on October 18, the four- and five-star accolades confirm that the Battle of the Roys, which left us on a chilling cliffhanger led by Kendall, will be more explosive. than ever.
Alan Steppinwall for Rolling Stone has meanwhile awarded four stars. He wrote: “With Logan and Kendall clashing in an all-out Roy family war, the show gets bigger, meaner and more bloodthirsty than ever.”
Cast members Kieran Culkin, Alan Ruck, Nicholas Braun, Peter Friedman, J. Smith Cameron and James Cromwell are also back for the third series.
This season’s additional cast includes Alexander SkarsgÃ¥rd, Sanaa Lathan, Linda Emond, Jihae, Adrien Brody and Hope Davis.
The estate is created by Jesse Armstrong; executive produced by Jesse Armstrong, Adam McKay, Frank Rich, Kevin Messick, Jane Tranter, Mark Mylod, Tony Roche, Scott Ferguson, Jon Brown and Will Ferrell.
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While some TV shows have made reference to Covid-19 in the storylines, creator Jesse wrote the final season before the lockdown and decided not to change the scripts to reflect the current climate.
In a profile for Vulture, Sarah Snook – who plays Shiv Roy – explained the background to the decision, saying, âThese are really rich people. And sadly, none of the truly wealthy people in the world were going to be affected by the pandemic.
However, the cast of the family drama has certainly been affected by the pandemic. Actor Mark Blum, who played cruise division director Bill Lockhart on the series, died of complications from Covid-19 in March of last year.
Here’s the trouble: Kieran Culkin is back as bad boy Roman Roy ready to stir up tension in the family
The feature notes how the pandemic has shifted production to Zoom table readings and Zoom production meetings.
Some filming took place in Italy for the third season, and there were backup locations in place if travel was not allowed – including the UK, Massachusetts and Northern California.
The third season of Succession is available to stream with a NOW Entertainment subscription starting October 18.
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