Sara Jane Nash
Born and raised in the South of England, Sara began acting at a very early age and hasn't looked back since. Appearing regularly on stage, both regionally and in the fringe theatres of London, Sara took the lead roles in classics such as "Rebecca", "Lady Windermere's Fan", "The Playboy of the Western World" and "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" as well as in modern day farces such as "Run for your Wife", "When did you Last See Your Trousers?" and "Pardon Me, Prime Minister" - demonstrating an already strong ability to deliver emotional, dramatic performances as well as a natural flair for comedic timing.
Since relocating to Southern California in 2003, Sara has devoted herself to pursuing her acting career and has been steadily building up film credits to compliment her stage experience.
She has already wrapped fourteen films, which include starring roles in three full length feature films: a drama, "Broken Windows" where Sara plays the lead role of Beth, a psychologist with a dark secret, alongside known actors Michael Gross, Larisa Oleynik, Sarah Thompson, Corrie English, Jason George and Jennifer Hall; a thriller, "Curse of Alcatraz" released by Lionsgate, in which Sara plays the role of Lana Campbell, a CSI called in to investigate the discovery of a mysterious corpse on The Rock; and a romantic comedy, "Pushing Thirty", in which she plays Presley, an all-English knock-out with whom Nick, the star of the film, falls head-over-heels in love with.
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