Sarah Clarke Bio - Biography

Name Sarah Clarke
Height 5' 4"
Naionality American
Date of Birth 16 February 1972
Place of Birth St. Louis, Missouri, USA
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While working as an architectural photographer, Sarah Clarke began acting in the theater and won a CiNY award for taking part in a student's thesis film. She also starred in the award-winning Volkswagen Jetta commercial called “Synchronicity” in 1999.

In the new millennium, Sarah landed her acting debut as the female lead in Nara Garber's short film, Pas de Deux, which won an Outstanding Performance award at the Brooklyn Film Festival. She also starred in another short film, All About George, by Christopher Llewellyn Reed, and was spotted as a guest in an episode of HBO's hit series "Sex and the City."

2001 proved to be Sarah's breakout year. She won the role of Nina Myers (2001-2004), the second-in-command of the CTU and Jack Bauer's (played by Kiefer Sutherland) former lover, on Fox's popular, award-winning series “24.” She was the main cast during the show's first season and became recurring during its second and third seasons. Her performance has won her a Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Drama.

During her “24” stint, Sarah guest starred in an episode of NBC dramedy “Ed” and ABC crime/drama series starring Carla Gugino, “Karen Sisco,” as well as being invited in such talk shows as "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," "The View" and "Last Call with Carson Daly." She also appeared in a number of films, including Keith Snyder's psychological thriller Emmett's Mark (2002; starring Scott Wolf), Amy K. Barrett's 16-minute film The Third Date (2003; played Neil Jain's beautiful and shy girlfriend; her husband Xander Berkeley also appeared), Catherine Hardwicke's directorial debut Thirteen (2003; starring Evan Rachel Wood and Nikki Reed) and Robert M. Young's adaptation of Richard Dresser's play, Below the Belt (2004; aka. Human Error; husband Berkeley also starred).

After “24,” Sarah was cast in Don Roos' drama comedy Happy Endings (2005; starring Lisa Kudrow, Tom Arnold, Steve Coogan and Maggie Gyllenhaal), John Albanis' 22-minute thriller Psychic Driving (2005) and Sarah Kelly's comedy The Lather Effect (2006). She also appeared on Fox's critically-acclaimed medical drama “House, M.D.,” NBC dramatic comedy “Las Vegas,” ABC drama “Commander in Chief” and the failed series “A House Divided.”

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