Last Updated: 08 Jun, 2023 | Views: 195
Famous For: Her Role As Nina Myers On 24
Higher Education: Graduated
Sarah Clarke was born on February 16, 1972, and is known for her role as Nina Myers on 24. Her short-lived roles include Renée Dwyer in Twilight, Bella Swan's mother, Erin McGuire on Trust Me, and CIA Officer Lena Smith on Covert Affairs. Her most recent role was Eleanor Wish in Amazon Studios' cop procedural drama Bosch. She became fascinated with acting while studying abroad in Bologna, Italy, in her senior year. Her studies in architectural photography began after she returned to the United States. A cultural center gave her free acting lessons, after which she studied acting at Circle in the Square Theatre School, Axis Theater Company, and Willow Cabin Theatre Company.
Sarah Clarke Career:
• Sarah Clarke began her acting career in a Volkswagen commercial that won an award in 1999. During the Brooklyn Film Festival in 2000, she was recognized for her outstanding performance in Pas de deux.
• Sarah Clarke auditioned for Nina Myers' role on 24 in 2001. The role was won on the day filming began.
• Sarah Clarke has appeared on House and Life as a guest star. She played Renée Dwyer, Bella Swan's mother, in Twilight. She has a leading role on the TNT series Trust Me, opposite Eric McCormack and Thomas Cavanagh.
• During the 2000s, her career blossomed with minor roles in movies like All About George and The Accident, as well as TV shows like Ed and Sex and the City.
• Her role as Clarke reprised Renée Dwyer in Eclipse, the third Twilight movie. She played Marla Jameson in the US version of The Tomorrow People in 2013.
Sarah Clarke Awards:
• Brooklyn Film Festival Award for Outstanding Performance.
• The Golden Satellite Award in a supporting role in a drama series for her performance.
Sarah Clarke Unknown Facts:
Her passion for theater continued to grow even as she gained recognition in television and film. Her versatility and commitment to the craft have led her to express a desire to perform on Broadway.
Sarah Clarke also has a passion for writing beyond acting and directing. Her storytelling ability will eventually be brought to the big screen through a screenplay she is working on.