Sarah was born in Toronto, Canada where she studied classical music with top vocal coaches and competed and flourished in vocal competitions from a young age. She performed for the Conservative Party of Canada and with the Toronto Philharmonic Orchestra. While attending an arts high school she realized a passion for theatre and decided she wanted to pursue a dual focus. She continued to perform in the realm of classical voice, Shakespeare, clown, contemporary theatre and of course the wonderful combination that is musical theatre. She participated in programs at Toronto’s acclaimed Tarragon Theatre and Factory Theatre. After graduating from high school she moved herself (and too many of her belongings) to New York City where she studied at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy majoring in Musical Theatre. Upon graduating she studied and performed improv at the acclaimed Upright Citizen’s Brigade in NYC. She also did an Off-Off Broadway sketch comedy show and a tour with the Theatre Rehabilitation for Youth and still talks about what an incredible experience it is to perform a piece with a message and to teach others something through art. She just recently discovered how much she enjoys the art of performing on film and television and is ready to further her adventure in that direction. She currently resides in Toronto and loves it but isn’t bound to any particular location. Wherever the career opportunities take her, she’s willing to go. When she’s not performing, you can find her on a spontaneous bus trip to somewhere she’s picked the night before or advocating the importance of the arts for children with special needs. She strongly believes in the positive effect of the arts in the lives of many. Her younger brother is autistic and she has seen him succeed as a confident individual when enrolled in theatre programs. Sarah also likes to write short stories and take Bollywood dance classes in her spare time.