Sarah Habel Bio, Height, Age, Weight, Family, Acting Career
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Although it is a norm that the personal data of artists are put into the spotlight as soon as they have reached a certain level of popularity, the beautiful actress Sarah Habel has managed to keep her private life under wraps, even though she has been working in the entertainment industry since 2007. She has always kept silent when confronted with questions that affect her life, which is responsible for the lack of updating her records.

The little information available shows that she is talented as a film and television actress. Her claim to fame was her portrayal of Daphne Glover, a character from 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 in the cast of Riverdale, where she played the role of Mrs. Grundy.

Sarah Habel Bio (Age)

Sarah Evelyn Habel was born on July 30, 1982, in the state of Michigan. Apart from her birth dates, Sarah keeps her private life private and confidential. Consequently, information about her background and formative years is not available to the public.

There is also no information about her early education, but records indicate that she attended Michigan State University, where she studied theater.

Her Acting Career

After graduating from university, Sarah Habel refined her acting skills on stage in both New York and London. For a time she was involved in Ann Arbor’s Wild Swan Children’s Theater for the benefit of an audience with disabilities. Her first acting role was given to her by a production company that happened to be filming in her state (Michigan) to take advantage of the state’s tax breaks.

Her acting career began in 2007 with the short film Beginning of Grief, in which she played a character named Emily. Her first major role, however, came a few years later when she took on the role of Elizabeth Brown in The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations, a psychological horror movie. Sarah Havel’s television debut was in The Beast, a television show in which she played the role of Lucy Platko in several episodes. The up-and-coming actress also appeared in the cast of Whip It under the direction of Drew Barrymore. She was cast together with Ellen Page, Kristen Wiig, Juliette Lewis, and Ari Graynor. In the same year, she joined the cast of the American Virgin.

Sarah was also given a lead role in the medical drama series Rush by USA Network. Despite the impressive performance of the cast, the series was canceled after one season.

Sarah Habel has appeared in several movies and television series throughout 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, in which she played the role of Ms. Grundy. Her role in Riverdale gave rise to many rumors and controversies because she played a teacher in a relationship with a student. Before she began her acting career, the aspiring actress earned her living as a waitress.

Sarah Habel’s Family

The popular actress is the silent type, she is reluctant to share her personal information with the public and as a result, there is a lack of information about her family background, current relationship status, and past dalliances.

Several sources have claimed that she used to be married, but this was never confirmed by the actress. The only certainty about this reserved beauty is that she is an avid animal lover, she keeps a few dogs as pets in her house.

Height and Weight

Sarah Habel can be described as beautiful and charming. She has an enviable physique that is guaranteed to attract attention. Her height is indicated 5 feet 2 inches (1.52 feet), while her body weight is indicated as 49 kg (107 pounds).

Her other body measurements are 33 inches for the chest, 24 inches for the waist, and 34 inches for the hips. There is no doubt that this actress strives to maintain her admirable figure through diet and exercise.