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Sarah Drew

Director | Creation | Actress
Date of birth : 10/01/1980
City of birth : Stony Brook, New York, USA

Multi-hyphenate actor, producer, writer, and director, Sarah Drew is best known for playing 'Dr. April Kepner' for nine seasons on the hit ABC series "Grey's Anatomy" and Hannah Rogers in Warner Bros' "Everwood". Her recent TV credits include Freeform's hit series "Cruel Summer" which was the recipient of the Hollywood Critics Association Award for Best Cable Drama Series, and the critically acclaimed Apple TV+ series "Amber Brown," written, directed and produced by Bonnie Hunt. Sarah released four films in 2023, producing and starring in Lifetime's "The Girl Who Caught a Killer", Sony Affirm's "Birthright Outlaw", and starring in Hallmark's "Guiding Emily". "A Cowboy Christmas Romance" marks Sarah's second feature film that she's written and executive produced for Lifetime, in 2022, Sarah produced and starred in her writing debut "Reindeer Games Homecoming" as part of Lifetime's holiday slate. Sarah made her directorial debut in "Grey's Anatomy: B-Team the Webisodes" which was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Awards for an Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama Series. She recently directed a radio play for LA Theater Works called "Fever Syndrome" which is set to be released later this year. In film, some notable projects include her debut in Columbia Picture's "Radio" alongside Ed Harris and Cuba Gooding Jr., as well as the lead in the hit Sony comedy "Moms' Night Out" alongside Patricia Heaton and Sean Astin. In 2022, she received a Canadian Screen Award Nomination for her lead role in Lifetime's "Stolen By Their Father". She began producing with Provident Films' "Indivisible," in which she starred alongside Tia Mowry. Sarah got her start in the arts at a young age before booking the lead role of the critically acclaimed production of Romeo and Juliet at McCarter Theatre Center, an award-winning regional theater, in her fourth year of university. The opportunity catapulted her career, opening doors thanks to rave reviews by critics. She went on to make her Broadway debut in Vincent and Brixton, a classic play based on Vincent van Gogh, at the Lincoln Center Theater, then London's West End, before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in television and film. When she's not working, Sarah spends time giving back to her community, donating to charities close to her heart such as Door of Hope in Pasadena and Lwala Community Alliance, an organization dedicated to improving health care in Africa. Sarah is a devoted wife to Dr. Peter Lanfer and mom to her kids Hannah (9) and Micah (12) and currently resides in Los Angeles.

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