Biography 

 about sarah 

Sarah Joy Brown won three Emmy Awards before her twenty-fifth birthday. She began her acting career at the prestigious Los Angeles County High School for the Performing Arts and graduated from both LACHSA’s Theatre Department and Alexander Hamilton’s Academy of Music. Sarah's professional acting career was launched on her nineteenth birthday when she was selected as the series lead on the hugely popular children's series V.R. Troopers, which aired in more than thirty countries around the world.

 

Two years later, Sarah won the lead role of Carly Corinthos on the iconic ABC daytime series General Hospital. Sarah's performance was widely hailed by critics and resulted in one of daytime TV's most memorable characters. In five years on General Hospital Sarah was nominated for four Emmy awards and won three. Since leaving General Hospital, Sarah has appeared on multiple hit television series and became a series regular on Cold Case. She followed Cold Case with a co-starring role in the blockbuster comedy "Big Mommas House" starring comedy legend Martin Lawrence.

 

In 2008, Sarah returned to General Hospital in the newly created role of Claudia Zacchara for which she was nominated for another Emmy award. In 2015, Sarah was nominated for an Emmy for her starring role in the independent series “Beacon Hill.”

 

Sarah currently stars on the Emmy winning series, “Studio City,” on Amazon Prime, for which she was nominated for an Emmy in 2021. Remarkably, this marked Sarah's seventh Emmy nomination.

 

After two decades of acclaimed acting, Sarah transitioned into directing in the summer of 2021 when she agreed to direct and edit ten episodes of a streaming audio drama from Violet Hour Media, the leading Horror Podcast network. The series is titled Red Ridding Hoods and will premiere across all audio platforms on October 11th, 2021.