Clarke, a St. Louis, Missouri native became interested in the creative arts when she was employed as an architectural photographer in her hometown city. Upon moving to New York City, Clarke immersed herself into acting by enrolling into the Circle in the Square Theater School. Upon graduating, Clarke worked with acclaimed director Robert Wilson, the Axis Theater Company and the Tony-nominated Willow Cabin Theater Company.
In her first on-camera role in the short film, Pas de Deux, Clarke was recognized with the CiNY Award from CineWomen NY for Outstanding Performance at the Brooklyn Film Festival. Shortly thereafter, Clarke made guest appearances on Sex and the City and Ed before landing a starring role in 24.
On the big screen, Clarke was seen in the Fox Searchlight coming-of-age drama, Thirteen, which garnered the Best Director award for Catherine Hardwicke at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival, and stars Holly Hunter and Evan Rachel Wood. Clarke also appeared the independent feature, Emmett's Mark which premiered this year at the inaugural Tribeca Film Festival in 2002. The film also stars Scott Wolf and Tim Roth. She was also seen in the indie film, Below the Belt, for director Robert M. Young.
Clarke shares her time between Los Angeles and New York.
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Sarah Clarke Facts
|Birthday||February 16, 1972 (46)|
|Birthplace||St. Louis, Missouri, USA|
|Height||5' 4" (1m63) How tall is Sarah Clarke compared to you?|
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