Sade was born in Sydney, Australia. Named Young Emerging Talent he worked in the theatre while competing as a nationally-ranked cyclist. At 22 he retired from cycling to focus on acting where two years later he moved to Los Angeles. Sade rose to international attention playing the quirky role of Finn in the cult series Gilmore Girls. Creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino took a liking to Sade and created the role after he auditioned for the love interest of Logan Huntzberger. Sade wrote and directed Flowers and Weeds starring Academy Award Nominee and Golden Globe winner, Terence Stamp, and music from Academy Award winner Glen Hansard. In 2012 Sade broke the Australian National Dynamic Freediving record by swimming 218m (715)on a single breath of air. He was later crowned Australian National champion of the same year. In 2013 Sade broke the Australian National Dynamic No-fins record with a swim of 177m (581). He resides in Los Angeles, California.