At a young age, Sarah discovered her love of forcing people to watch her do things. Shortly thereafter, she discovered that sometimes people pay money to watch people to do things, but apparently being paid by your elderly neighbor to clip your toenails in front of him is "inappropriate" and "illegal in most states/Canadian provinces," so she tried theater instead.
After years of theater camp and vocal lessons, Sarah decided to make something of her life and graduated magna cum laude from Occidental College with a dual degree English Literature and Theater. While at "Oxy" she performed with the school's highly physical and interactive outdoor theater troupe, where she explored many complex and multifaceted roles, such as “the Unicorn,” “Gorilla #3,” and also an anthropomorphized taco stand.
Sarah reads a lot and does a lot of improv to distract herself from this really bad date she can't forget, where the guy sang Anita Ward's "You Can Ring My Bell" in a men's falsetto (unprompted).
She is repped commercially by BBA (Christine Tarallo).