About

Sarah Sokolovic, actor
A Milwaukee native and a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Sarah has an uncanny ability to command the audience’s attention in musicals, comedy, drama, and the screen. Peers, coaches, and casting directors alike have remarked on her fearlessness, her original voice, and the immediacy of her work. In her final year of training at Yale, Sarah was recognized with the most prestigious scholarship the School has to offer, the Jerome Greene Fellowship. She received a Drama Desk nomination for her work in the Playwrights Horizons production of the musical The Shaggs, and appeared again at that theater in a successful production of Detroit; she was a cast member in Relatively Speaking on Broadway; she appeared in two television shows on CBS (The Good Wife and Unforgettable); she had a supporting role in the film Every Secret Thing; she had a leading role in the independent film La vida inesparada; and appeared in the main cast of Season 5 of the Showtime series Homeland. She has completed work on one screenplay and is at work on two others. The Leonore Annenberg Fellowship provided Sarah with artistic and technical training (voice lessons, dance and acting classes, music theory and basic piano instruction) and career development opportunities (private film mentorship, networking and audition trips, a creative writing retreat, a screenplay workshop and presentation). In 2017, she had a recurring role in HBO’s Big Little Lies, and she will also appear in the Sci-Fi thriller Omphalos. 

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