Emily Bett Rickards (born July 24, 1991) is a Canadian actress, known for portraying Felicity Smoak on The CW television series Arrow as well as its spinoff series The Flash, Vixen and Legends of Tomorrow.

Early life[edit]

Rickards was born and raised in British Columbia. Her mother is Dr. Diane Greig, a dream psychotherapist in Vancouver, BC.[2][3][4]

Beginning on her career path at a young age, she introduced herself to musical theatre and dance, with the hope of later introducing herself to more serious acting. She graduated from high school early and attended the Vancouver Film School, completing the Acting Essentials Program. After completing the program, she attended an open call audition, which gained her an agent.[1] She studied at the Alida Vocal Studio in Vancouver.[5]


Rickards appeared in the video of the Nickelback single “Never Gonna Be Alone” in 2008 and, after some minor roles, was cast as Felicity Smoak in the TV series Arrow in 2012.[6] Originally signed as a one-episode guest star,[7] positive reaction from her co-star[8] and from Warner Brothers producer Peter Roth[9][10] before the show aired, led to her being signed on as a recurring star for the rest of show’s first season. The success of the character, coupled with positive fan response, led to her being made a series regular from the second season onwards.[7][11][12] The following year she landed the role of Lauren Phillips in the television movie Romeo Killer: The Chris Porco Story.[13]

In 2015, she had a supporting role in the Oscar nominated film Brooklyn.[14]

In 2016, Rickards was cast in the movie Slumber, alongside Darby Stanchfield and Meaghan Rath.[15] In the same year she was also cast in Aisha Tyler‘s directorial debut, Axis, which raised funds through a Kickstarter campaign.[16]

Rickards also co-starred, alongside Josh Dallas and Tom Cavanagh in the super-hero themed short film Sidekick, directed by Arrowverse alum Jeff Cassidy.[17]


Rickards at the 2013 Comic-Con

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Year Title Role Notes
2012 Bacon and Eggs Dite Short film
2012 Flicka: Country Pride Mary Malone Direct-to-video
2012 Random Acts of Romance Young wife
2014 Cowgirls ‘n Angels: Dakota’s Summer Kristen Rose
2015 Normal Doors Meg Short film
2015 Brooklyn Patty McGuire
2016 Sidekick Emma / The Princess Short film
2017 Axis Caitlin Voice
2017 Slumber dagger Stevens In post-production


Year Title Role Notes
2012–present Arrow Felicity Smoak / Overwatch Recurring role (season 1)
Main role (season 2–present)
2013 Romeo Killer: The Chris Porco Story Lauren Phillps Television film
2014–16 Flash, TheThe Flash Felicity Smoak / Overwatch 6 episodes
2016–17 Legends of Tomorrow 3 episodes
2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Becky Simmons Episode: “Joe Jonas Wears a Maroon and Gold Letterman Jacket With White Sneakers
2016 Superhero Fight Club 2.0 Felicity Smoak / Overwatch Short promo video

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Soldiers of the Apocalypse Fourty Main role, 8 episodes
2013 Arrow: Blood Rush Felicity Smoak / Overwatch Main role, 6 episodes
2015 Very Mallory Herself Voice, Episode: “Emily Bett Rickards”
2015 Vixen Felicity Smoak / Overwatch Voice, 2 episodes
2016 Paranormal Solutions Inc. Genevieve Kreme 8 episodes



Samantha Bentley (born 8 October 1987) is a former English pornographic actress,[1] musician and writer.

Early life[edit]

Bentley was born and raised in South London, England.[2] She stripped while attending university, where she studied design, prior to working in porn.[4]


Bentley started glamour modelling when she was around 18 or 19 years old and has appeared in Page 3 of The Sun.[5] She decided to enter the adult film industry after an ex-boyfriend told her it would be “cool” if she were a porn star.[2] She began by filming her own amateur videos, which are no longer in her possession.[6] When she was 20 years old, she performed solo for a British tease website which posted her work under the name Samantha B, Samantha being her real first name.[2] She initially wanted to use the stage name Pixie May, but a friend of hers suggested she use a name similar to the one from the tease site in order to make it easier for fans to find her.[2] She initially worked for two years in girl/girl scenes only.[6] She did her first scene, which was for 21Sextury,[7] at the age of 22 in Budapest with a Czech female performer.[2] Her first boy/girl scene was with Ian Tate[6] for Harmony Films.[4] This was also her first anal sex scene.[4] She was the Penthouse Pet of the Month for August 2015.[8]

Mainstream media appearances[edit]

Bentley played a prostitute in the fourth season of the HBO series Game of Thrones, appearing in a bath scene opposite Davos Seaworth, who is played by Liam Cunningham.[4] In April 2015, it was announced that Bentley will also appear in the show’s fifth season.[4] She has also appeared in a music video for Wiz Khalifa and in a mainstream film titled Look of Love.[9] On 19 August 2014, Cosmopolitan UK published an article titled “14 weird questions about life as a porn star, answered by professionals”, in which Bentley is featured.[10] On 7 February 2016, she penned a blog for The Huffington Post titled “Women Against Feminism – A Pornstar’s Point of View”, in which she criticised feminists who slut-shame porn actresses.[11] and is now a writer for Jerrick Media talking about sex, porn, geek culture, yoga and health.[12]

Other ventures[edit]

On 16 April 2015, Bentley made her DJing debut at Total Uprawr in the London Borough of Camden.[4] She also plays classical piano.[8] She joined a PETA campaign to protest the Russian Space Agency‘s plan to send four macaque monkeys to Mars in 2017, in which she was laid in a pool of fake blood while wearing body paint that depicted her as a monkey in a space helmet outside of the Embassy of Russia in London on 13 January 2016.[13][14] Samantha is a fully qualified yoga instructor and teaches privately in London.[15]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Ceremony Result Award Work
2013 Paul Raymond Award Won British Model of the Year[16] N/A
Won Female Performer of the Year[16] N/A
AVN Award Won Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene (with Brooklyn Lee & Ruth Medina)[9][17] Brooklyn Lee: Nymphomaniac
SHAFTA Award Nominated Best New Starlet[18] N/A
UKAP Award Won Best Female Performer[19][20] N/A
2014 Paul Raymond Award Won Female Performer of the Year[21] N/A
AVN Award Nominated Female Foreign Performer of the Year[22] N/A
XBIZ Award Nominated Foreign Female Performer of the Year[23] N/A
2015 Paul Raymond Award Won Men Only Cover Girl of the Year[24] N/A
UKAP Award Won Your Choice Girl of The Year[25] N/A
AVN Award Won Best Sex Scene in a Foreign-Shot Production (with Henessy & Rocco Siffredi)[26] Rocco’s Perfect Slaves 2
Nominated Female Foreign Performer of the Year[27] N/A
XBIZ Award Nominated Foreign Female Performer of the Year[28] N/A
2016 AVN Award Nominated Best Sex Scene in a Foreign-Shot Production (with Misha Cross, Luke Hotrod & Maximilian Gambero)[29] Pretty Little Playthings
Nominated Female Foreign Performer of the Year[29] N/A
XBIZ Award Nominated Foreign Female Performer of the Year[30] N/A
SHAFTA Award Nominated Female Performer Of The Year[31] N/A
Paul Raymond Award Nominated Best Girl Girl Duo (with Lucia Love)[32] Escort magazine
Nominated Men Only Cover Girl of the Year[32] N/A
Nominated Escort Cover Girl of the Year[32] N/A
Nominated PRP Girl of the Year[32] N/A
Won Adult Film Of The Year[32] Hard In Love
UKAP Award Nominated Your Choice Girl of The Year[25] N/A
2017 AVN Award Nominated Best Sex Scene in a Foreign-Shot Production (with Valentina Nappi, Samia Duarte & Rocco Siffredi)[33] Rocco’s Italian Porn Bootcamp 2
Nominated Female Foreign Performer of the Year[33] N/A
Nominated Mainstream Star of the Year[33] N/A
Nominated Best Actress [33] Hard in Love
Nominated Best Marketing Campaign for an Individual Project [33] Hard in Love
XBIZ Award Nominated Foreign Female Performer of the Year[34] N/A
Nominated Best Actress All Girl Release[35] Hard in Love 2
Nominated Best All Girl Release[36] Hard in Love 1
Nominated Best All Girl Release[37]


 Show Actress (88 credits)
 2016 I Confess Files Vol. 1 (Video)
 2016 Hard in Love II (Video)
 2016 Hard in Love (Video)
 2016 Exquisite Slits (Video)
 2016 The Maniac Masseuse (Video)
 2015 Hair Pie (Video)
 2015 Hair Pie 2 (Video)
 2015 Erotica FM (Video)
 2015 Obscene Little Whores (Video)
 2015 Hot Bush (TV Series)

Frilly Bush (2015)
 2015 Tied Up Moments (Video)
 2015 Her Sweet Addiction (Video)
 2015 Housemates 2 (Video)
 2014-2015 Game of Thrones (TV Series)
Whore #1 / The Stranger / The Mother of Dragons / …

Sons of the Harpy (2015) … Whore #1
High Sparrow (2015) … The Stranger / The Mother of Dragons
The Laws of Gods and Men (2014) … Bathhouse Prostitute
 2015 Executive Affairs (Video)
 2015 Fake Friends: Let’s Get Naked (Video short)
Slumber Party Girl
 2015 I Know That Girl (TV Series)

 2015 Pretty Little Playthings (Video)
 2015 All Girl College (Video)
 2015 A Rich Horny Bitch (Video)
 2015 Fit (Video)
 2015 Murder Most Horny (Video)
 2014 Young Harlots: Slutty Delinquents (Video)
 2014 Snatched (Video)
 2014 Les Putains du Baron (Video)
 2014 Pleasure Professionals 2 (Video)
Pool Woman
 2014 Captured (Video)
 2014 The Pleasure Business (Video)
The Heiress
 2014 Cosplay Babes (TV Series)
 2014 Voracious: Season Two, Volume 2 (Video)
Samantha, a Journalist
 2014 Wet Food 5 (Video)
 2014 Anal Perverts 2 (Video)
 2014 British Fist Fun (Video)
 2014 Voracious: Season Two, Volume 1 (Video)
Samantha, a Journalist -NonSex Role
 2014 Young Harlots: Italian Job (Video)
 2014 Cell Sisters (Video)
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 2014 Perfect Slaves 2 (Video)
 2014 Devious Wives (Video)
 2014 Eternal Valentine (Video)
 2014 Fucked & Disorderly (Video)
 2014 Juvenile Rampage (Video)
 2014 Night Creatures (Video)
 2014/II The Club (Video)
 2013 Passion (Video)
 2013 Is She Twisted (Video)
 2013 Lena (Video)
Pianist’s Lover
 2013 Perfect Slaves (Video)
 2013 Fake Taxi (TV Series)

Episode dated 16 September 2013 (2013) … (as Samantha)
 2013 Destino (Video)
Destino’s Girl
 2013 Fuck Me in My Jeans (Video)
 2013 Brit School Brats (Video)
 2013 ATK Natural Jugs 3 (Video)
 2013 The Story of She 2 (Video)
 2013 The Pleasure Professionals (Video)
 2013 Tanya Tate’s Tea & Muffin Party (Video)
Scene 1
 2013 Dark Edge (Video)
 2013 Deadly Women (Video)
 2013 Peepshow
 2013 Riot Girls (Video)
 2013 Situations (Video)
 2013 Sugar Fuck Candy (Video)
 2013 The House of Sin (Video)
 2012 Anal Debauchery III (Video)
 2012 Lush 3 (Video)
 2012 Educating Reeves (Video)
Lover in Hayloft
 2012 Rosa (Video)
 2010 St Mackenzie’s (TV Series)


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Eleanor Lucy V.EllieKendrick (born 8 June 1990) is an English actress best known for playing Anne Frank in the BBC‘s 2009 miniseries The Diary of Anne Frank, Ivy Morris in the first series of the 2010 revived Upstairs Downstairs, and Meera Reed in the HBO series Game of Thrones.

Early life[edit]

Kendrick was born in London. She attended Benenden School in Kent and spent time with the National Youth Theatre.[1][2] In October 2009, she took up a place to study English at the University of Cambridge.


Kendrick has played roles in Waking the Dead (2004), Doctors (2004), In 2 Minds (2004), Prime Suspect: The Final Act (2006), Lewis (2007), and the film An Education, scripted by Nick Hornby[3] and which premièred at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.[2]

Kendrick played Anne Frank in the 2009 miniseries The Diary of Anne Frank. She said that her approach to playing Frank was to “peel back the layers of idolisation and to think of the characters just as normal people”. Her performance was praised for “bringing fresh realism to an iconic role”.[3]

In 2009, she made her stage début as Juliet in a Shakespeare’s Globe production of Romeo and Juliet.[4] In December 2010, she played maid Ivy Morris in BBC One‘s revival of Upstairs Downstairs. She did not return for the second series, broadcast in 2012.

In 2011 Kendrick appeared in the BBC Radio 4 production of Life and Fate. She also played the character Allison in Being Human in the episode “Puppy Love” in 2012. She returned to the role in the ultimate episode of the series “The Last Broadcast” in 2013

In 2012, Kendrick was cast in the role of Meera Reed in Season 3 of Game of Thrones.[5][6] In 2013 she returned to the stage in In the Republic of Happiness and The Low Road at the Royal Court Theatre; she is also playing the character Constance on Sky1‘s Chickens. Kendrick also played the part of Helen in Misfits.[7]

2016 saw Kendrick perform her first lead film role in The Levelling[8][9][10]


Year Title Role Notes
2004 Waking the Dead Young Greta Episode: “The Hardest Word, Part 2”
2004 Doctors Laura Episode: “Promises, Promises”
2006 Prime Suspect: The Final Act Melanie Television movie
2007 Lewis Megan Linn Episode: “Whom the Gods Would Destroy”
2009 The Diary of Anne Frank Anne Frank 5 episodes
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film
2009 An Education Tina
2010 Upstairs Downstairs Ivy Morris 3 episodes
2012–2013 Being Human Allison 2 episodes
2012 Cheerful Weather for the Wedding Kitty Thatcham
2013–present Game of Thrones Meera Reed 16 episodes
2013 Chickens Constance 1 episode
2013 Misfits Helen 5 episodes
2016 Whisky Galore! Catriona Macroon Feature film
2016 The Levelling Clover Feature film


Year Title Station
2011 Life and fate BBC Radio Four
2012 Dracula BBC Radio Four
2014 The Basin BBC Radio Four
2017 Agnes Grey BBC Radio Four


Year Title Director Role Theatre
2017 Gloria Michael Longhurst Ani, Sasha, Callie Hampstead Theatre

Valis Volkova

Valis is a Eurasian model, actress and opera-freakshow performer born in England, UK. Valis comes from a musical background: At the age of 12, she was awarded a scholarship at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) to train as a classical vocalist alongside her academic studies. She also plays violin and piano to a high standard.

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 Actress (10 credits)
 2018 King Lear (filming)
Pagan Priestess Idelisa Cinnia
 2012/I Charlotte (Short) (completed)
Charlotte (as Portia Victoria)
 2017 The Spawning
Police Officer (as Portia Victoria)
 2015-2016 Game of Thrones (TV Series)
Dothraki Woman Having Sex / Whore #3 / The Smith

Book of the Stranger (2016) … Dothraki Woman Having Sex (as Portia Victoria)
Sons of the Harpy (2015) … Whore #3 (as Portia Victoria)
High Sparrow (2015) … The Smith (as Portia Victoria)
 2015 Latex Fashion TV (TV Series)

Latex in Spain Day 6 – April 2015 (2015) … (as Portia Victoria)
 2014 Familiar Spirits (Short)
Gwynne (as Portia Victoria)
 2014 From There to Here (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.3 (2014) … Caroline (uncredited)
Episode #1.1 (2014) … Caroline (as Portia Victoria)
 2013 Celebrity Super-Spa (TV Series)

Top of the Shops (2013) … Model (as Portia Victoria)
 2013 Scar Tissue
Prostitute (as Portia Victoria)
 2013 Performance & Appreciation (Short) (as Portia Victoria)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (2 credits)
 2012/I Charlotte (Short) (producer – as Portia Victoria) (completed)
 2017 The Spawning (producer – as Portia Victoria)


Sarine Sofair is an actress and production manager, known for Anna Karenina (2012), The Inuring (2016) and The Sleeping People (2008).

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 Actress (16 credits)
 2017 Keeping Mum (Short)
Young Woman
 2016 Bird Songs from Amazonia (Short)
 2016 The Inuring (Short)
 2016 The Gatehouse
Detective Black
 2016 The Jason Philips Show (TV Series short)

Episode #1.1 (2016) … Selina
Pilot (2016) … Selina
 2014-2015 Game of Thrones (TV Series)

Hardhome (2015) … Lhara
 2014 The Feminist Car Commercial (Short)
 2013 The Look of Love
Yvonne Pyjama Tops
 2012/I Anna Karenina
Anna’s Friend
 2012 The Perimeter Fence (Short)
 2011 1978 (Short)
 2009 Cold Truths (Short)
 2008 The Sleeping People (Short)



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Parisa Fitz-Henley is an American actress best known for her role as Reva Connors in Jessica Jones and Luke Cage.[1][2] Since 2017, Fitz-Henley has starred in the NBC drama Midnight, Texas.[3]



Year Title Role
2006 Even Money Caribbean Woman
2006 Fist in the Eye Megan
2007 The Jane Austen Book Club Corinne
2009 Alpha Males Experiment Syra
2009 Post Grad College Friend #3
2010 The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Bennet’s Girlfriend
2012 Lola Versus Peggy
2013 Bluebird Charlotte
2015 Jack of the Red Hearts Cynthia


Year Title Role Notes
2015 Jessica Jones Reva Connors 3 episodes
2016 Luke Cage Reva Connors 3 episodes
2017 Midnight, Texas Fiji Cavanaugh


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Arielle Caroline Kebbel (born February 19, 1985) is an American model and actress. She is known for her television roles on The Vampire Diaries, True Blood, Life Unexpected, 90210, Gilmore Girls, UnREAL, and Ballers.

On the big screen, Kebbel has starred in a number of films which made their debuts at prestigious films festivals, such as The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best, directed by Ryan O’Nan which premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival; I Melt With You, starring Rob Lowe and Jeremy Piven which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival; and Supporting Characters, directed by Daniel Schecter, which premiered at the 2012 Tribeca International Film Festival. Other film appearances include John Tucker Must Die (2006), The Grudge 2 (2006), The Uninvited (2009), and Think Like A Man (2012).


 Actress (62 credits)
 2017 Another Time (completed)
 2015 The Grinder (TV Series)
Avery Banks / Gabrielle

Grinder Rests in Peace (2015) … Avery Banks / Gabrielle
Giving Thanks, Getting Justice (2015) … Avery Banks / Gabrielle
 2015 The League (TV Series)

The Yank Banker (2015) … Libby
Deflategate (2015) … Libby
The Blind Spot (2015) … Libby
 2015 UnREAL (TV Series)

Future (2015) … Britney
Relapse (2015) … Britney
Return (2015) … Britney
 2015 Bridal Wave (TV Movie)
Georgie Dwyer
 2014/IV Special Delivery (Short)
 2014 Sweet Surrender (TV Movie)
 2014 The After (TV Movie)
 2013 Delicious Ambiguity (Short)
 2013 Instant Mom (TV Series)
Stephanie’s Friend

In Blog We Trust (2013) … Stephanie’s Friend
Pilot (2013) … Stephanie’s Friend
 2013 N.Y.C. Underground (Video)
 2013 First Dates with Toby Harris (TV Series short)

Roommates (2013) … Belle
 2012 Audrey (TV Series)

A Tart Finish (2012) … Marissa
Sweet & Sour (2012) … Marissa
Black Gold (2012) … Marissa
Satisfy Me (2012) … Marissa
 2012 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Nicole Carr

Popilikia (2012) … Nicole Carr
 2012 The Carlton Dance (Video short)
 2011/IV Grace (Short)
 2011 Hallelujah (TV Movie)
Veda Roman
 2011 Good Vibes (TV Series)

Backstage Babs (2011) … Payton (voice)
 2011 Limited (Short)
 2011 Marcy (TV Series)

 2010 True Blood (TV Series)

I Smell a Rat (2010) … Charlene
 2009 No Heroics (TV Movie)
Sandy / Slamazon
 2007 Football Wives (TV Movie)
Nicole Holt
 2007 The Bros.
 2006 Shark (TV Series)
Sydney Blair

In the Grasp (2006) … Sydney Blair
 2005 Clubhouse (TV Series)

Road Trip (2005) … Kat
 2005 Reeker
 2005 Be Cool
 2005 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Pam Carpenter

 2004 Grounded for Life (TV Series)

Mystery Dance (2004) … Taya
Day Tripper (2004) … Taya
Part Time Lover (2004) … Taya (uncredited)
 2004 Entourage (TV Series)

Entourage (2004) … Layla
 2004 Soul Plane
Heather Hunkee
 2003 Judging Amy (TV Series)
Paige Lange

 2003 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Right Teen

Forever (2003) … Right Teen





Sarah Emily Ramos (born May 21, 1991) is an American actress. She is known for her roles as Patty Pryor on the television series American Dreams and Haddie Braverman on the series Parenthood.

Personal life[edit]

Ramos was born in Los Angeles, California. Her father is of one quarter Filipino ancestry. Her mother is Jewish.[1][2] She became interested in acting at a young age.[3] Ramos began developing her acting abilities at the age of 9, entering into formal training at Center Stage L.A. “According to her mother, 11-year-old Sarah Ramos would go to bed each night pleading to get an agent — then wake up each morning asking about the status of her parents’ talent agent search.”[4] She graduated from Columbia University in May 2015.[5]

In July 2016 Ramos announced via social media that she is in a relationship with director Matt Spicer, who she has been dating since 2013.[6][7]


Ramos began her acting career at a very young age and starred in various television commercials, but gained much attention as Patty Pryor in critically acclaimed NBC drama American Dreams. This role garnered her acting accolades, including winning the Women’s Image Network Award (WIN) for Best Actress in a TV Drama in 2003 and various nominations by the Young Artist Awards.[8][9][10] Variety commented: “Patty is an out-and-out brat, and Ramos does it right.”[11]

In April 2006, she landed the role of Hannah Rader on the CW series Runaway. However, the show was canceled after one season. Ramos’s other television credits include guest-starring roles in Scrubs, Close to Home, Ghost Whisperer, Law & Order, Wizards of Waverly Place, Without a Trace and Lie to Me.

In 2009, she was cast as Haddie Braverman in the NBC series Parenthood. Parenthood’s fourth season premiered in September 2012; however, Ramos would no longer be a regular but had a guest-starring billing as her character went to college.[12] In the Season 5 finale, aired in April, 2014, Haddie came home for the summer, bringing along a girlfriend from college. Entertainment Weekly wrote that her performance was “one of the most underrated, sustained performances on TV recently, calling upon her to express an array of moods and emotions that went well beyond the usual prime-time network-drama teen role.”[13] She returned in Season 6 for two episodes, including the series finale.

In 2011, she voiced a character for an episode of Family Guy. In May 2011, it was announced she had joined the cast of the film Predisposed starring Jesse Eisenberg and Melissa Leo.[14]

In 2011, she also co-wrote and co-directed a short film, The Arm, that won a Special Jury Prize for Comedic Storytelling at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012.[15] She also directed a music video starring most of her Parenthood co-stars to the cover of “Girl on TV” sung by Landon Pigg[16] and a short Marry Me for the Ally Coalition.[17]

Ramos had a very small cameo in the film The Perks of Being a Wallflower, as pointed out on the film’s DVD commentary by the director Stephen Chbosky and her Parenthood co-star, Mae Whitman.

In 2016 Sarah wrote, directed and starred in the short film, Fluffy, produced by B.B. Dakota.[18]



Year Title Role Notes
2001 In Vein Elizabeth, age 6 Short film
2007 Walking Out on Love Jackie Short film
2011 Smorgasbord Silvie Short film
2012 Why Stop Now Chloe
2015 Minimum Wage Kit Short film
2016 How to Be Single Michelle
2016 Slash Marin
2016 Fluffy Grace Banks Short film; also director and writer
2017 We Don’t Belong Here Jill
2017 The Boy Downstairs Meg


Year Title Role Notes
2002–2005 American Dreams Patty Pryor Main role; 61 episodes
2005 Scrubs Lindsay Episode: “My Big Move”
2006 Close to Home Kirsten Sullivan Episode: “Dead or Alive”
2006–2008 Runaway Hannah Main role; 10 episodes
2007 Law & Order Mary Reese Episode: “Good Faith”
2008 Wizards of Waverly Place Isabella Episode: “Beware Wolf”
2008 Without a Trace Darby Wechsler Episode: “True/False”
2009 Lie to Me Riley Berenson Episode: “A Perfect Score”
2009 Ghost Whisperer Courtney Episode: “Greek Tragedy”
2010–2012, 2014–2015 Parenthood Haddie Braverman Main role (seasons 1–3); recurring role (season 4); guest (seasons 5–6); 57 episodes
2011 Family Guy Teenage Girl Voice role; episode: “Brothers & Sisters
2012 Robot Chicken Sunni Gummi / Woman Voice role; episode: “In Bed Surrounded by Loved Ones”
2013 Private Practice Holly Episode: “In Which We Say Goodbye”
2016 Drunk History Maggie Fox Episode: “Siblings”
2016 The Affair Audrey 2 episodes
2017 Midnight, Texas Creek Lovell Main role
2017 City Girl Casey Jones Unknown episodes; also director and writer


Year Title Notes
2012 The Arm Short film; also writer

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Refs
2003 Women’s Image Network Best Actress in a Drama Series American Dreams Won
2003 Young Artist Award Best Ensemble in a TV Series American Dreams Nominated [8]
2004 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series – Young Actress Age Ten or Younger American Dreams Nominated [9]
2005 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series – Supporting Young Actress American Dreams Nominated [10]
2011 ALMA Award Favorite TV Actress – Supporting Role Parenthood Nominated [19]
2012 ALMA Award Favorite TV Actress – Supporting Role Parenthood Nominated [20]