Who is Sarah Habel?

Sarah Evelyn Habel was born in Michigan USA on 30 July 1982 – her zodiac sign is Leo and she holds American nationality. She is an actress who might be known best for her portrayal of Daphne Glover in the 2012 drama mini-series “Underemployed”, created by Craig Wright and which also starred Michelle Ang and Diego Boneta. The series follows five friends – a lesbian, a father and a mother, a model and a worker – who decide to move in together after graduation.

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Posted by Sarah Habel on Thursday, October 6, 2011

Childhood, parents and education

Sarah was raised as an only child in Michigan by her father who was a factory worker, and her mother who taught History at a local high school – Sarah is very close to her parents and has just recently uploaded a picture of her mother onto her Instagram account to wish her a happy Mother’s Day.

From a very early age, Sarah was encouraged by her parents to focus on her education and eventually pursue a college degree. She became interested in acting while attending high school and was a member of her school’s drama club, appearing in many plays performed there but at that time wasn’t interested in pursuing an acting career.

Upon matriculation in 2000, she enrolled at Michigan State University while also working as a waitress to financially support herself. Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre in 2004, and two years later moved to Los Angeles in California to work on her dream of becoming an actress.

Roles in movies

Sarah made her debut film appearance in 2007, when she starred as Emily alongside Dan Pesta in the short drama “Beginning of Grief” directed by Kevin Mattison, and which is about a couple who, after coming home from a funeral, start fighting about how they might have been involved in the person’s death.

In 2009, Sarah was invited to play Elizabeth Brown in the crime science fiction thriller “The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations” written by Holly Brix, directed by Seth Grossman, and which starred Chris Carmack, Rachel Mine and Melissa Jones – the film follows a man who can time travel, and is using this ability to learn about his girlfriend’s death. The same year also saw Sarah play supporting characters in the sport drama “Whip It” and the comedy “American Virgin”, before in 2010 playing Jessica Morgan, one of the lead characters in the thriller drama “Unrequited”, both written and directed by Jeffrey Day and which received mixed reviews.

The year 2011 saw her portray Kendra in the horror thriller “Hostel: Part III”, as well as the lead character The Flight Attendant in the short science fiction film “Red & Blue Marbles”, which gained mostly positive reviews but attracted little attention. In 2014, she played Emma Monarch in the romantic comedy “Warren”, written and directed by Alex Beh, while the following year heard her make her voicing debut when she lent her voice to Judy in the animated horror action film “Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn”, but which received mostly poor reviews.

Sarah’s most recent role in movies has been in the 2017 science fiction thriller “Atomica”, in which she starred as Abby alongside Tom Sizemore and Dominic Monaghan – the film follows Abby Dixon who is exploring strange events occurring at a nuclear power plant located in an isolated desert.

Sarah Habel

Roles in TV series

Sarah made her debut TV series appearance in 2009, when she played Lucy Platko in the episodes “Two Choices” and “Pilot” of the action crime drama “The Beast”, created by Vincent Angell and William L. Rotko, and which starred Patrick Swayze, Travis Fimmel and Lindsay Pulsipher – the story follows an FBI agent who starts working with a new agent who is actually only there to spy on him.

The year 2010 saw Sarah appear in single episodes of multiple series, such as the drama “The Deep End”, the action crime drama “CSI: NY” and the mystery crime drama “Cold Case”, while she also got to play Colette in the episode “Steve Guttenberg’s Birthday” of the comedy drama “Party Down”. In 2012, she portrayed Amanda Chase in the episode “I Helu Pu” of the action crime drama “Hawaii Five-0”, while the same year also saw her play Chloe in the episode “Home: A Ghost Story” of the thriller series “Dark Wall”. In 2014, she was cast as Eve Parker, one of the lead characters in all 10 episodes of the action drama “Rush”, created by Jonathan Levine and which also starred Tom Ellis and Larenz Tate.

The series is about Doctor William Rush who is working in secret with clients who only pay him in cash, and often invite him to their parties – the series won Sergio Osuna a nomination for The Union of British Columbia Performers Award for Best Emerging Performer.

Sarah’s latest appearance in a TV series has been in six 2017 episodes of the mystery crime drama “Riverdale”, which has been airing since 2017 and has won 30 awards while it’s been nominated for 41 others. It stars K. J. Apa, Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes, and follows Archie and his friends living in Riverdale, a city full of mysteries.

Love life and husband

Sarah is one of the most secretive people in the film industry, as she hasn’t shared any details regarding her love life with the public, but it’s widely known that she is a married woman, while there are also rumors circulating the internet that she has a daughter but these have been proven false.

Sarah has been keeping the identity of her husband a secret and nothing is known about him including his name, but it is speculated that the two met at college and have been together to this day since they exchanged vows sometime in the mid-2010s.

Sarah hasn’t talked about anyone else she might have dated before meeting her husband, and while some believe that he might be her first love, others claim that she was in several relationships before meeting him – as of October 2020, she is married but doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Sarah is physically very active, as she has multiple training sessions at the gym each week, and is following a strict diet as it is important for her acting career to stay fit. She is a lover of animals with horses being her favorites – she has her own horse, and is the owner of a small ranch.

Sarah is a lover of flowers and is hoping that she will have a big garden and be solely taking care of it after she retires from acting.

She is a huge fan of coffee, and cannot imagine starting a day without a cup and a cookie or croissant with it.

She has her own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Robert De Niro, Matt Damon and Julia Roberts, while a few of her favorite movies are the trilogy “The Godfather”, “Good Will Hunting” and “The Runaway Bride”.

Age, height and net worth

Sarah’s age is 38. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 2ins (1.57m) and she weighs around 110lbs (50kgs).

As of October 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $500,000.

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