Sarah Gadon (Toronto, Ontario, April 4, 1987) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her roles in films such as A Dangerous Method, by David Cronenberg, and Cosmopolis, also by the same director.
On television, she has had guest roles in series such as Are You Afraid of the Dark ?, Dark Oracle, In A Heartbeat, La Femme Nikita, Life with Derek, and Mutant X. She has also worked as a voice actress in the series Mattimeo, My Dad the Rock Star, Ruby Gloom, Total Drama and Wayside.
Early Life of Sarah Gadon:
Gadon was born in Toronto. He has an older brother named James. She spent much of her childhood and adolescence training as a dancer as a junior associate at the National Ballet School of Canada and as a student at the Claude Watson School for the Performing Arts. She has also studied cinematography at the University of Toronto.
Personal Information of Sarah Gadon:
Famous Name: Sarah Gadon
Full Name: Sarah Gadon
Age: 33 years 10 months 27 days
Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Brother(s): James Gadon (Older)
Husband/Boyfriend: François Arnaud (2014)
School: Claude Watson School for the Performing Arts, The National Ballet School, Canada
College: Innis College
University: University of Toronto
Height: 5 feet 3 inches (1.6 m)
Weight: 52 kg (As in 2021)
Bra Size: 32B
Chest Size: 33 inches
Waist Size: 24 inches
Hips Size: 34 inches
Dress Size: 2 (US)
Eyes Color: Blue
Hairs Color: Blonde
Measurements: 33-24-34 inches
Shoes Size: 8.5 (US)
Body Shape: Slim
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Net Worth: $1 Million Dollars (As in 2021)
Active from: 1998-present
Professional Life of Sarah Gadon:
Gadon began acting at the age of 10. Her first role was that of Julia in La Femme Nikita. She subsequently had episodic roles in various series such as Monica in Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1999), the young Laura Burnham in A Second Chance (2000), Catherine Hartman in Mutant X (2002), Vicki in Life with Derek (2005), and Tasha Redford in Flashpoint.
She also has a series of television movies to her credit. She was nominated for the Best Young Supporting Artist award in a TV movie, El Otro Yo (2000), playing Heather. Do other roles include Samantha in What Girls Learn? (2001), Amanda in Cadet Kelly (2002), Julia Norton in Code Breakers (2005), and Celeste Mercier in The Cutting Edge 3 (2008).
Sarah has had a recurring role in many television series, Zoe Kessler in The Border (2008-2009), Katie Atkins in Being Erica (2009), Georgia Bravin in Happy Town (2010), and Ruby Odgen in Murdoch Mysteries (2009-2011). She has also voiced the main character on the animated series Ruby Gloom (2006-2007), Beth on Total Drama Island (2007), and Portia on Friends and Heroes (2007-2009).
She was nominated for a Gemini Award in 2008 for Best Ensemble or Individual Performance in an Animation Program or Series for her work in Ruby Gloom (2008), sharing that nomination with Emily Hampshire.
In 2005, she shot Where Love Reigns, a promo film co-starring Douglas Henshall.
Her filmography includes both feature films and short films. Her first feature film was Fast Food High (2003) where she played Zoe. She played Margaret in the black comedy Siblings, Priscilla in Charlie Bartlett (2007), and Laura in Manson,
My Name is Evil (2009). Her short film work includes Haley in Burgeon and Fade (2007), Julia in Grange Avenue (2008), and Gabrielle in Spoliation (2008). Burgeon and Fade won the Special Jury Award at the WorldFest Houston Festival for Original Dramatic Short Film.
She starred in the movie The Origin of Teddy Bears as Madison.
She has also been seen in David Cronenberg’s film A Dangerous Method, where she plays Emma Jung, Carl Jung’s wife. She has twice guest-starred on Murdoch Mysteries as Ruby, Dr. Ogden’s sister.
In 2012 she starred in Cosmopolis, a film directed by David Cronenberg, playing Robert Pattinson’s wife, Elise Shifrin.
In 2017 she stars in the miniseries Alias Grace based on the novel of the same name, giving life to the murderous Grace Marks of the 19th century. The series, distributed by the Netflix platform, has garnered good reviews and Sarah has received some recognition for her work.
In 2019, she is part of the cast of the third season of True Detective, in a supporting role, alongside Stephen Dorff and Mahershala Ali.