Sarah Carter was born on 30th October 1980 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is a Canadian actress.
Biography and Career
Sarah was born in Toronto but grew up in Winnipeg. Manitoba, Canada. She has strong fashion in dancing when she was young. In fact, she was part of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
Apart from dancing, Sarah also engaged herself in acting. She was one of the casts in different musical theatre like 'Cats'; 'Into the Woods'; and 'A Chorus Line'. Moreover, she is a very intellectual person. She was part of the Canadian Debate Team that has given her the opportunity to compete worldwide.
She was considered as one of the top 3 public speakers in the whole world. She went to Europe after she graduated to join the Ryerson Theatre School in Toronto. Her af
filiation in the theatre school led her to be discovered.
Like any starting stars, she first made guest appearances in several series. She was first seen Wolflake in 2001; Dark Angel in 2000 and Undeclared also in 2001. Sarah's most notable appearance was in the three episodes of Smallville as Alicia Baker. Her other appearances are in the series Encourage in HBO, Shark and CSI, Boston Legal, Numb4rs, Black Sash and Twilight Zone.
She made her first film in 2001 in the psychological thriller movie 'Mindstorm'. It was followed by another film in But her best movie was 'Ã¢â‚¬ËœDOA: Dead or Alive' where she was trained in martial arts as needed by the movie and where she used her dancing skills. In addition, she was cast in the movie Skinwalkers; Killing Zelda Sparks; Shark and Haven.
Birth Name: Sarah Carter
Height: 5'4' (1.64m)
Color of Hair: Blonde
On her free time Sarah is fond of playing guitar, reading books and taking her dogs in L.A. Hills.
Why do we like Sarah Carter?
We like Sarah Carter because of her blonde hair looks and roguish smile that will really catch someone's attention.
Why is Sarah Carter Famous?
She is famous for her biggest movie DOA: Dead or Alive and portraying remarkable performance in different television series like CSI.
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