Even as a child, Sarah Strange has always known what she wanted in life. The Canadian started acting as a teenager and has continued to work hard to prove her significance in the industry through various platforms. While she is known for her appearance in a lot of movies and TV series, she is better known for her role in the series Da Vinci’s Inquest.
Some may think that growing up in the midst of entertainers, she did not need to put in so much effort to get noticed or get into the profession. This could be true or false, but what we do know is that the talented actress has worked extensively for every dime she has gotten from the industry. It will be interesting to know more about Sarah Strange and her rise to stardom. Here is everything you should know.
Sarah Strange was born on September 6, 1974, in Vancouver, British Columbia to her parents; Susan Lynn and Marc Strange. Her father Marc was a notable screenwriter and producer known to have contributed to a lot of works while her mother was also popular in the field.
We do not have full information as to where Strange got her education, as her life has revolved around the Canadian entertainment industry. She was always inclined to act and was always enthused whenever she had to take part in dramas as a child. She went on to make her first appearance on the screen in the late 80s and early 90s and never looked back.
One of Sarah Strange’s first roles was in the year 1989, in the Japanese manga series Ranma ½ where she voiced the character Ranma Saotome. Ranma later became an animation movie and Strange went on to reprise this role in the sequels that followed
Ranma ½: The Movie 2, Nihao My Concubine, Ranma ½: One Grew Over the Kuno’s Nest.
In 1992, she played the role of Rose in the series Neon Rider. More appearances in series like Madison, The X-Files, Dino Babies, and many others followed and Strange did not hesitate to grab the opportunities. Dino Babies was an animated series where she played the voice of Franklin. It was not only about series for the actress, as she also featured in movies and was quite remarkable. She rounded up the 90s with roles in films like Kitchen Party, Second Date, and many others.
In the early 2000s, Sarah Strange appeared in a couple of movies like Dark Arc (2004), Pursued (2004), and the horror film White Noise in 2005. She starred in Stargate: The Ark of Truth as Morgan Le Fay in 2008 and in the following year, appeared in Personal Effects and The Zero Sum. Since her appearances in Kindergarten Cop 2 and On the Farm in 2016, she has not been seen in any other movie.
Who Is Her Husband?
It has seemed to many that Sarah Strange is so busy with her career that she has no time for love and relationships a the actress has left her fans and the media wondering who her Mr. Right could be. They have wondered to the extent that inquiries about her personal life keep popping up on the internet. But Strange is said to be single and has so far not been involved in any notable relationship.
Sarah Strange has the right body that suits her showbiz career. With nicely toned dark brown hair, she stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (178 cm), which is quite proportional to her weight of 61 kg (134 lbs). Her other body stats measure at 33-24-33 inches. The talented actress further wears a 38B (US) for her bra.
Other Facts to Know About Sarah Strange
1. Sarah’s father Marc was a notable Canadian television producer and screenwriter. Together with her mother, he produced the popular series, The Beachcombers, regarded as CBC’s longest running series. Marc died in May 2012 after losing a long battle with cancer.
2. For her very many works, Sarah Strange has earned lots of nominations on the Gemini Award platform. She also won an award for her work in Neon Rider.
3. Strange is also known for her role in the popular ABC drama, Men in Trees. She received critical acclaim for her character in the show which she portrayed opposite Abraham Benrubi.