Discovered by a talent agent at the age of seven, Sarah was recruited by the Make A Wish Foundation to sing for benefit concerts in California. She has been continually involved in the performance arts since, singing and acting throughout childhood and developing into a seasoned performer as an adult.
In addition, she studied dance for fifteen years and performed with various companies with emphasis on tap and jazz styles. She was able to gain experience as a choreographer during the later years of her dance career. An avid fitness enthusiast, Sarah is dedicated to a regime of weight training, kickboxing, and spinning. She recently began studying Ballroom and Latin dance styles under private coaching.
As a print model, Sarah has been featured in Marie Claire magazine, athletic catalogs, and beauty magazines. She has also worked with Maxim magazine in their “Party Foulers” Icehouse campaign and as a Maxim correspondent for NBC Sports’ online Olympic coverage in “Going for Bronze”.
Sarah was the host for Panasonic and Earth Cam’s “Live From Times Square: Fleet Week” broadcast. She is an experienced dramatic, comedic, and commercial actress. She has been featured in a multitude of television shows, working on NBC, CBS, FX, CNN, Nickelodeon, as well as in both independent and studio-produced films.
Sarah has trained and performed comedic improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade. A gifted impersonator and adept at many dialects, she has been repeatedly requested for her comedic talents at various corporate events, including work for the Bloomberg Corporation. As a spokesmodel and presenter, Sarah has extensive experience representing major clients all over the country in a multitude of industries, including the automotive, financial, software, medical, fashion, media, and entertainment industries.
Sarah initially studied International Politics at George Mason University in Virginia before moving to New York City to pursue her aspirations in the arts. Sarah is currently an honor’s student studying Behavioral Neuroscience, a Pre-Med Psychology program, at Hunter College. After graduation, she plans to pursue a PhD in Forensic Psychology.