Sarah began her acting career as a member of the Lullaby League in The Wizard of Oz, caught the jitterbug, and hasn’t stopped since.
With the support of her family, Sarah appeared in numerous national commercials and short films, as well as television and voiceover work. Her stage career also continued to a professional level, as she starred in the original cast of the American Girl Review in Los Angeles for 2 years. Sarah began working at the Chance Theater in 2010, which has provided many opportunities to perform and present original musical cabarets over the years. In 2013, Sarah had the honor of competing in the National High School Musical Theater Awards at the Minskoff Theater on Broadway for her performance of Cinderella in Into the Woods.
Soon after, Sarah began studying voice under the incredible concert pianist and opera singer, Jill Grande Goodsell. Sarah refers to Jill as her “Angel,” as Jill has changed her life with her masterful training, mentorship, and treasured friendship.
Sarah holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Chapman University, where she was in charge of the musical parody club, “Beyond Stage.” She directed, starred in, and wrote original content. She lived her dream of playing Walter White while dancing around to "Go, Go, Go Joseph."
After graduating, Sarah continued to perform. Her favorite credits from 2019 include a lead vocalist at Knott's Berry Farm, a talking/singing seahorse at the Aquarium of the Pacific, and a high school bully in Lifetime's Murder in the Vineyard. In 2020, Sarah continued to create while in quarantine, with her limited Quarantusical Youtube Series and did her best to embody the age-old truth of "A Diva is a Female Version of a Hustler." Sarah is now a proud small business owner of her own entertainment service, Fairy Tale Performing Arts, and continues to audition, train, and develop her craft.
When not onstage, on screen, or behind the microphone, Sarah enjoys seeing the world with her family, playing boardgames and Dungeons and Dragons, and watching true crime documentaries.
Sarah is incredibly grateful for her family and circle of friends who have always and continue to love her and support her pursuit of her passions.
Sarah is currently based in Los Angeles.