Passion for artistic, psychological, and spiritual growth is the force that propels Sarah forward. In art and entertainment, Sarah has been a professional dancer, teacher, actress, producer, writer, and casting director. In life, Sarah is also a mother and a wife. In everything, she is a team player and balances passion with humility.
2015 has been an exciting year, for both Sarah and Movie City Films, with two projects currently in production - the psychological thriller Fogg, in which Sarah plays Sarah O'Shea and End Game, in which Sarah is casting. Independently, Sarah is producing and directing Invitation to the Dance, a documentary about a group of special needs dancers, which is scheduled for release in 2016. Early in the year brought the release of Left Brain Digital’s The Accidental President in which Sarah stars as ER doctor turned President of the United States Abby Adams, and Johnny Dynamo Season 2, where she returns to play determined producer Hannah Motlow.
Sarah resides in Greenville, South Carolina and studies acting at the Film Actor’s Studio in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her previous training has been with Nashville Acting Studio, Actor’s Bridge/Meisner technique, and The Actor’s School in Franklin, Tennessee. Her work in feature films Worm, No Soliciting, and The Body Sculptor, in addition to several short films including Extradition, Roulette, and Charlie, has given her the opportunity to play a variety of interesting and troubled characters.
When Sarah isn’t working (and even when she is) she is busy enjoying her family – her husband Tom and two children, Olivia and Sam.