Sarah Steele hails from the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA where she began acting at the age of 8. Sarah had a very successful young career in local theatre and at age 10 was introduced to a New York talent manager, who signed her on the spot. Sarah continued to work in professional theatre, but her foray into feature film came when James L. Brooks tapped her to play Adam Sandler's daughter in Columbia Pictures' Spanglish. From that moment, Sarah emerged as one of New York's premiere young actresses. She earned critical acclaim for her off-Broadway debut in The New Group's production of ?The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie starring Tony award winner Cynthia Nixon. Sarah went on to star in the Roundabout Theatre Company's production of ?Speech and Debate, for which the critics raved over her performance. Most recently, Sarah starred in the Williamstown Theatre Festival's production of ?Not Waving. Sarah has guest starred on the television series Gossip Girl, Law and Order and Law and Order: CI. Her other feature film credits include The Gonzo Files, Man (Short, Official Sundance selection), The Return, Mr. Gibb and Margaret. Sarah is an English major at Columbia University.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2010.
Sarah Steele Facts
|Birth Name||Sarah Jane Steele|
|Birthday||September 16, 1988 (33)|
|Birthplace||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA|