|Sarah's publicity picture helped talent agents place her in a national television ad.|
Sarah sang "Fever" and "It's Only a Paper Moon" with the Roseville Big Band at the July 4, 1999, concert in the Central Park band shell and sang these plus a duet with David Andrew Anderson on "It's Only a Paper Moon" at a Confederate Air Force dance in South St. Paul.
A 1998 graduate of South St. Paul High School, Sarah had the lead role of Nancy in the school's production of "Oliver". After high school, she attended the Guthrie Theater Drama School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) Shakespeare Program in London, England.
Sarah won the Minnesota State Fair's 1998 junior division talent contest.
Shortly after high school graduation, Sarah moved to the Hollywood area to start a professional singing career. She also auditions for other film, television, and advertising work. You might have seen her in a national television ad for Volkswagon Passatt. (She plays the housewife who gives her husband a funny look when he excitedly shows her how to make the car's windows go up and down.)
You might have also seen Sarah in the short independent film "The Tower of Babble" (2002) or the 2003 television drama, "Momentum."