For as long as she can remember, Sally Martin has been an actress. However, the 17-year-old began her career as a director of living room theatre. From an early age she began making up plays and persuaded her friends to act them out in her family's home. She has since graduated from her parents' house to theater houses and has already built an impressive portfolio of work in film and television in addition to the stage.
Martin was most recently seen as "Charity Foster" in the domestic telefilm "Murder in Greenwich, the Martha Moxley Story". She has also played guest roles in the hit UK series "The Tribe" and in "Disney's Atlantis High". Her additional television credits include UK's "Revelations - The Initial Journey" and New Zealand's "The Strip".
Martin attended Chilton St. James College in Wellington, where she performed in numerous festivals and productions including the national Sheila Winn Shakespeare Festival, the New Zealand College Theatres ports competition and a variety of school plays.