Sarah Snook

Sarah Snook found global fame on the hit television series Succession, with its main filming location set in New York.

And now the Australian actress, 34, will recognise local talent by presenting at the 2021 Australian Academy Cinema Television Arts Awards (the AACTAs), to be held in Sydney on Wednesday December 8.  

With no formal host at the awards ceremony, Adelaide-born Sarah will join other stars including Rebel Wilson, Russell Crowe and Baz Luhrmann in presenting a category. 

Aussie success story: Succession star Sarah Snook, 34, is back on home soil and will present at the 2021 AACTA Awards in Sydney on Wednesday. Pictured in London in October © Provided by Daily Mail Aussie success story: Succession star Sarah Snook, 34, is back on home soil and will present at the 2021 AACTA Awards in Sydney on Wednesday. Pictured in London in October

On hand to entertain the stars will be musical acts Lime Cordiale, Baker Boy and Steve Kilbey.  

AACTA president Russell Crowe said in a statement, 'There's no doubt it's been a tough time – for our industry and the world at large.' 

'The 2021 AACTAs offer us the opportunity to come together and recognise those who have worked so hard and produced such high-quality entertainment for people at a time when they needed it most.'    

  • Role: Sarah stars on Succession as Shiv Roy, the only daughter of media and entertainment tycoon Logan Roy. The comedy-drama series centres on the wealthy but dysfunctional family as they battle it out for power after Logan steps down as head of the company
  • Stars come out to shine: on Saturday, the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts announced the very high profile presenters and guests lined up for the December 8 AACTA Awards ceremony. Pictured: Russell Crowe
  • Star power: Russell Crowe, Rebel Wilson (pictured) and Taika Waititi were among the A-listers confirmed for the show
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Role: Sarah stars on Succession as Shiv Roy, the only daughter of media and entertainment tycoon Logan Roy. The comedy-drama series centres on the wealthy but dysfunctional family as they battle it out for power after Logan steps down as head of the company
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Stars come out to shine: on Saturday, the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts announced the very high profile presenters and guests lined up for the December 8 AACTA Awards ceremony. Pictured: Russell Crowe
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Star power: Russell Crowe, Rebel Wilson (pictured) and Taika Waititi were among the A-listers confirmed for the show
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The latest developments come just weeks after the nominees were announced - with a few notable surprises. 

Chief among them was that the ABC's new drama The Newsreader led the television categories with 10 nominations - more than the higher profile final seasons of established dramas like Wentworth and Mr Inbetween.

In the television category, ABC's six-part series, The Newsreader, leads the field with 10 nominations.   

The entertainers: On hand to entertain the stars will be musical acts Lime Cordiale, Baker Boy and Steve Kilbey. Pictured: Taika Waititi © Provided by Daily Mail The entertainers: On hand to entertain the stars will be musical acts Lime Cordiale, Baker Boy and Steve Kilbey. Pictured: Taika Waititi

The series, which is about a 1980s TV newsroom has the most amount of nominations including: Best Drama Series, with director Emma Freeman and actors Anna Torv, Sam Reid, William McInnes, and Stephen Peacocke among those up for accolades.

The compelling final seasons of Wentworth, Mr Inbetween, and Jack Irish have also been recognised this year.

Wakefield boasts eight nominations for Best Drama Series and cast including Rudi Dharmalingam, Mandy McElhinney, Harry Greenwood and Harriet Dyer. 

Recognised: The 2021 AACTA Awards nominations were been announced last month. ABC's six-part series, The Newsreader leads the field with 10 nominations. Pictured: Anna Torv and Sam Reid © Provided by Daily Mail Recognised: The 2021 AACTA Awards nominations were been announced last month. ABC's six-part series, The Newsreader leads the field with 10 nominations. Pictured: Anna Torv and Sam Reid

The nominees for Best Entertainment Program include the hugely popular The Block, MasterChef Australia, The Voice and LEGO Masters.

They will vie for awards alongside Amazon Prime Australia's Luxe Listings Sydney and returning favourite, The Real Housewives of Melbourne.

Competing for Best Drama Series are Clickbait, Jack Irish, Mr Inbetween, The Newsreader, Total Control, Wakefield and Wentworth.   

Must-see: ABC's psychological mystery Wakefield follows with eight nominations for Best Drama Series and cast including lead Rudi Dharmalingam (pictured) © Provided by Daily Mail Must-see: ABC's psychological mystery Wakefield follows with eight nominations for Best Drama Series and cast including lead Rudi Dharmalingam (pictured)

Meanwhile, in between filming for the HBO series and attending red carpet premieres across the globe, Sarah recently spent some of her hard-earned cash on a sprawling property. 

The actress' new rural estate is not far from Melbourne in regional Victoria and is the perfect hideaway for Sarah and her new husband, comedian Dave Lawson, 43.

The 14-hectare property is situated about 80km northwest of Melbourne near the popular town of Woodend. 

Critically acclaimed: Competing for Best Drama Series are Clickbait, Jack Irish, Mr Inbetween, The Newsreader, Total Control, Wakefield and Wentworth. Pictured: Wentworth cast © Provided by Daily Mail Critically acclaimed: Competing for Best Drama Series are Clickbait, Jack Irish, Mr Inbetween, The Newsreader, Total Control, Wakefield and Wentworth. Pictured: Wentworth cast

She purchased the three-bedroom, three-bathroom mud brick home for $1.7million, with the stunning property nestled in the dense bushland of the Macedon Ranges.

It's the latest acquisition to Sarah's growing property portfolio, with The Dressmaker actress also owning another property in the area. 

Sarah stars on Succession as Shiv Roy, the only daughter of media and entertainment tycoon Logan Roy.

The comedy-drama series centres on the wealthy but dysfunctional family as they battle it out for power after Logan steps down as head of the company.    

The AACTA Awards will take place on December 8 when it returns to the Sydney Opera House and screen on Network 10.

Source : https://www.msn.com/en-au/entertainment/tv/successions-sarah-snook-returns-home-to-present-at-2021-aacta-awards/ar-AARu6Pd

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