Sarah is an actor who grew up on a cattle farm in Arkansas, where she raised ducklings, collected snowglobes and never learned how to ride a bicycle. She moved to New York City and got her bachelor’s degree in theater arts and interdisciplinary science from The New School. Sarah studied improvisation, sketch comedy, and video production at The Peoples Improv Theater. She also studied improv at Reckless Theatre and The Brooklyn Comedy Collective. You can see Sarah perform with her indie improv team My First Tattoo.
She studied acting at Sedgwick Russell Acting Studios, Richard Kline Acting Workshop, The Simon Studio and Acting Without Agony. She has coached with actress Natalie Roy and casting director Harley Kaplan. Recently, Sarah studied voiceover at Hyperbolic Studios with Ed Lewis and Elizabeth Bunnell. Her past acting roles include, but are not limited to, Lauren Rust (Mysteries at the Museum on Travel Channel), Louella Parsons and Dolly Wilde (The Three-Mile Limit by Barbara Kahn), Rosalind (As You Like It), and Katherine (The Taming of the Shrew). In 2015, Sarah wrote, produced, directed and starred in Awkward Favors, an on-camera sketch comedy pilot that took the festival circuit by storm – Sarah won “Best Actress in a Comedy” at The Brightside Shorts Fest for her work! At its premier at The Bright Grove Screening Series, Awkward Favors won “Audience Choice Award.” As if that wasn’t enough, Awkward Favors also won “Best TV Pilot” at New York Short Film & Screenplay Competition. From April 11th-28th, you can see Sarah perform at Theater for the New City as Alice Lansen in Where Do All The Ghosts Go? by Barbara Kahn.
Sarah isn’t all just a goofball – Sarah graduated with her master’s degree in neuroscience and education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
When she is not working, you can find Sarah fantasizing about turning her living room into a ball pit, obsessing over hunky demon-hunter television shows or practicing her WWE Superstar impressions. And if you ever need somebody to believably fall off of a bike, she’s your girl.