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Sarah Schaub

Sarah Schaub
Born Sarah Schaub
(1983-06-13) June 13, 1983
Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A
Occupation Actress
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Alex Lowe
Children 1

Sarah Schaub (born June 13, 1983) is an American actress from Salt Lake City, Utah.

She has appeared in such productions as Stephen King's The Stand and A Home of Our Own with Kathy Bates.[1] She is best known for playing Dinah Greene in the CBS drama Promised Land from 1996–1999, for which she garnered two Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in a TV Drama Series-Leading Young Actress (1998) and Best Performance in a TV Drama Series-Young Ensemble (1999). After the series ended, Schaub acted primarily in local theater.[2][3]


Filmography

Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
1989 Willy the Sparrow Tanya
1991 In Your Wildest Dreams Katie Andrews
1993 Home of Our Own, AA Home of Our Own Faye Lacey
1994 Noctropolis Courier Video game
1994 Stand, TheThe Stand Gina McCone TV miniseries
1995 Avening Angel, TheThe Avening Angel Annie Rigby TV movie
1995 Just Like Dad Lilly TV movie
1995 Nothing Lasts Forever (uncredited) TV movie
1995 One West Waikiki Sarah Cole Episode: "Past Due"
1996 Touched by an Angel Dinah Greene Episode: "Promised Land"
1996 Home of the Brave Dinah Greene TV movie
1996-1999 Promised Land Dinah Greene 67 episodes
1997 Touched by an Angel Dinah Greene Episode: "The Road Home: Part 1"
Episode: "Amazing Grace: Part 2"
1998 Touched by an Angel Dinah Greene Episode: "Vengeance Is Mine: Part 1"
1999 Heaven or Vegas Paige
2004 See You in My Dreams Liza TV movie
2008 Going Home Shelly Short film

References

  1. ^ http://www.promised.com/pl-cast.htm
  2. ^ http://www.harrisontexas.org/
  3. ^ http://www.harrisontexas.org/cc/sarahschaub.html

External links

  • http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0108941/fullcredits
  • http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115325/awards
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