A New York City-based, professional actress and producer.
Sarah was born in New York and, after spending childhood years in California and Virginia, she made her way back to the city to pursue her dreams in the arts. She was discovered by a talent agent at seven years old, which initiated her performing career. In New York City, Sarah studied at the renowned William Esper Studio and trained in comedic improvisation with Upright Citizens Brigade. This laid a strong foundation for her dramatic, comedic and commercial acting career. Best known for her regular appearances on ABC’s “What Would You Do?” and guest starring role on “Impractical Jokers,” Sarah excels in comedy, while still exhibiting a strong dramatic skillset in other independent and studio-produced films. She has been nominated for her performance in the SAG-AFTRA short film “The Statement” opposite William Sadler and can be seen in the upcoming feature film “Hart Blvd” acting alongside Sean Young, Raymond J. Barry, and Kyle Valle.
Sarah has always had a remarkable talent for creative problem solving and crisis management. Her coursework and bachelor’s with Magna Cum Laude degree from Hunter College fostered her critical thinking skills and enabled her to make a smooth transition from actress to producer. Stemming from a need in one of her acting projects, Sarah has quickly become just as much of an asset to production teams and she is on stage. As she pursues this side of her career, demand for her expertise has grown exponentially, to result in the founding of her production company, Palikari Pictures. Her company has since taken on a dynamic slate of ambitious projects including the film “STORMCHASER” to be released this year.
No element of Sarah’s creative mindset has been wasted, as she often serves as consultant/creative lead on special projects. Her unique personality and love for the simple joys of life can be seen in all aspects of Sarah’s work as both an actress and producer.