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Although it is a norm for the personal information of artists to be put under the spotlight once they achieve some level of fame, the beautiful actress Sarah Habel has managed to keep her private life under wraps despite being active in the entertainment industry since 2007. She has always kept mute when faced with questions pertaining to her life which is responsible for the lack of update on her records.
The little bits of information available shows she’s talented as a movie and television actress. Her claim to fame was portraying Daphne Glover, a character in the MTV series Underemployed. The television series ran from 2012 to 2013 before it was canceled. She also played the role of Eve in Rush but most recently, she was part of the cast of Riverdale where she portrayed the role of Ms. Grundy.
Sarah Habel Bio (Age)
Sarah Evelyn Habel was born in Michigan State on the 30th of July, 1982. Apart from her birth details, Sarah keeps her private life private and confidential. Consequently, information regarding her background and formative years are not available to the public.
There is also no information on her early education, but records have it that she attended Michigan State University where she studied theater.
Her Acting Career
After her university graduation, Sarah Habel honed her acting skills on the stage both in New York and London. She was, for a time, involved with Ann Arbor’s Wild Swan Children’s Theater for the benefit of audiences with disabilities. Her first acting role was given to her by a production company which happened to be filming in her state (Michigan) in a bid to take advantage of the state’s tax credits.
Her acting career took off in 2007 starting with the short movie Beginning of Grief where she portrayed a character named Emily. However, her first major role came a couple of years later when she was cast as Elizabeth Brown in The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations which was a Psychological-horror movie. Sarah Habel’s television debut was on The Beast, a television show where she played the role of Lucy Platko in a couple of episodes. The up-coming actress was also part of the cast of Whip It which was directed by Drew Barrymore. She was cast along with Ellen Page, Kristen Wiig, Juliette Lewis, and Ari Graynor. The same year, she joined the cast of American Virgin.
Sarah also landed a lead role in the USA Network medical drama series, Rush. Despite the impressive performance from the cast, the show was canceled after one season.
Sarah Habel has appeared in several movies and television series over the course of her career including Hostel Part: III, Cold Case, Atomic, and Party Down. Her big break came when she was cast as a character in the television series Underemployed and, her most recent project is the teen drama series Riverdale where she played the role of Ms. Grundy. Her role on Riverdale gave rise to a lot of rumors and controversies as she played a teacher in a relationship with a student. Before embarking on her acting career, the emerging actress earned a living serving tables as a waitress.
Sarah Habel’s Family
The popular actress is the taciturn type, she is averse to sharing her personal information with the public and as a result, there is a deficit of information regarding her family background, her present relationship status, as well as her past dalliances.
Several sources have purported that she was once previously married, but this has never been confirmed by the actress. The only certainty about this reticent beauty is that she is an avid lover of animals, she keeps a couple of dogs in her home as pets.
Height and Weight
Sarah Habel can be described as beautiful and charming. She has an enviable physique guaranteed to make heads turn. Her height is listed as 5 feet 2 inches (1.52 m) while her body weight is recorded to be 107 pounds (49 kg).
Her other body measurements are 33 inches for chest, 24 inches for her waist, and 34 inches for hips. There is no doubt that this actress puts in the effort by dieting and exercising to maintain her admirable figure.