Raised in the South of France, trained in Mexico City, Paris, and New York, Sarah is a professionally trained TV, film, and theater actress.
In 2018, Sarah was cast in an undisclosed role in Wonder Woman 1984, a feature film directed by Patty Jenkins and produced by Warner Bros (release date 2020).
In 2019, Sarah was cast for one of the lead roles in the feature film Framed, a feature film directed by Nick Rizzini and produced by the Queen Mab Company.
Known for her multilingualism and versatility, Sarah honed her craft at the Cours Florent in Paris, Centro de Educación Artística Televisa in Mexico City, and the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York, before appearing in French feature films La Guerre des Miss, Chanel & Stravinsky, and Televisa Mexico series Un Refugio para el Amor, Ni Contigo, Ni Sin Ti, and La Fuerza del Destino.
Outside of her acting and modelling work, Sarah is an award-winning forensic architect. She pursued her passion for architecture and humanitarian design, completing studies at Parsons in New York, and the Architectural Association and Central St Martins in London, graduating with honours and winning the 2018 Design for Peace Award.
In her teens, Sarah was a top-ranked ITF and WTA professional tennis player and traveled to more than 50 countries, seeding her life-long curiosity for new languages and cultures.
Sarah is fluent in English, French and Spanish and a blue-stripe belt in kickboxing.