Sarah is a bilingual French actress, voice actor & creator. Her directorial debut horror short ‘Strayed' has run in official competition in several prestigious Film Festivals, including the Academy Awards qualifying Hollyshorts, the New York City Horror Film Festival, Nightmares, and Grimmfest. She also received the Outstanding Achievement Award for Best First Time Female Director at the IndieX Film Festival.
Born and raised in the south of France, she started performing on stage under the direction of French director, producer, and stunt coordinator Yvan Chiffre, before training at the Cours Florent Drama School in Paris,
After playing supporting roles in feature films - among others the anthology horror comedy film The ABCs of Death (Segment "X" directed by Xavier Gens) - she expanded her career internationally by booking her first major role (through her very first self tape!), in the American thriller Cam2Cam directed by Joel Soisson, starring alongside Tammin Sursok.
After putting her career on hold for several years due to an autoimmune illness, she made her way back on stage by booking her first live-singing role in the Disney musical show 'Frozen Sing-Along', adapted from the famous motion picture. The show brought over 2 million people (yes, she's still pinching herself about it). She also took over one of the lead roles last minute in the comedy Pour Le Meilleur et Pour le Rire, co starring Didier Gurstin & Severine Ferrer, and learned the part in only 7 days!
She then packed her suitcase and moved Los Angeles to pursue her career in Film and TV. She has two upcoming feature films: the horror folktale 'Schimbarea' directed by Patrick Corcoran, in which she plays the female lead role; and the fantasy feature 'Exceptional Beings' directed by Njedeh Anthony.
She also thinks writing in the third person is weird, so she's going to stop now.