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From an early age, her family called her "Sarah Bernhardt" which logically led to a career in acting. A proud native of Kansas City, she got her BFA from Emerson College in Boston. During her time there, she had the great fortune to study abroad in Amsterdam, learn some stuff, and perform.
People say that she's a little like Jennifer Aniston, a little like Grace Kelley, a little like Cate Blanchett, a little like Katie Finneran, a little like Lucille Ball, a little like Debra Messing, and a little like any of her heros that will make her pop up on YOUR google search. Her favorite color is purple, and her ukulele's name is Layla.
Along with acting, Sarah has added the producing feather to her cap officially launching TTTW Productions in 2011. Her newest producing endeavor called "three days" is in post-production as of March of 2017.
TTTWP's first film endeavor, "Keep Coming Back" by Louise Rozett, had its premiere at the First Friday Film Festival in KC! Keep coming back (pun intended) for more updates on screenings and news.
Previous producing credits include theatre in both NY and LA: "Imagining Brad" by Peter Hedges directed by Clare Carey, featured on Broadway World, which included outreach and donations to local women's shelters and DV organizations, 2 'Tipsy Cabarets' with the fantastic Amy Jackson - a holiday concert whose proceeds went to the NY Coalition Against Hunger as well as 2 "SHORTS; a happening" which feature the works of upcoming artists. Real, simple plays, simply well done.