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Overview (2)

Nickname The Regal Miz
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Sarah's arrival in Los Angeles from South Florida has been met with non-stop work and her future success seems limitless.

Sarah's impressive credentials feature guest star roles on national television such as Samantha Who? (2007), The King of Queens (1998), Boston Public (2000), NCIS (2003), Living with Fran (2005), and Providence (1999). She has always been a paragon of versatility with an equally impressive stage and theatrical resume. Her melodic voice and effortless acting abilities have thrilled audiences in such diverse performances as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Dancing at Lughnasa, The Caucasian Chalk Circle and The Threepenny Opera.

Sarah toured with Louis Prima Jr. and the Witnesses featuring Sarah Spiegel. Louis Prima Jr. carries on the legacy and standards his father made famous... "Just a Gigolo," "Jump Jive an' Wail," "That Old Black Magic," and "Sing Sing Sing," to name a few.

Contrary to the average grammar school student of her day, Sarah acquired a love for the "Big Band" sound and has been charming audiences ever since. She earned a highly renowned reputation in Southern Florida where she is known as "The Regal Miss Sarah Spiegel", or more succinctly - "The Regal Miz". Her 1930's and '40's song stylings can be heard daily on the popular radio station, WJTW 100.3 FM in Palm Beach County, right alongside Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and Barbra Streisand. Inspired by her love of the big band standards, Sarah has recently written a heartfelt one woman show, which will soon debut on a Los Angeles stage. It will feature established and original songs. The show, "Through the Perilous Fight (We Never Stopped Singing)" is a tribute to the beautiful and heroic music of World War II.

Displaying her versatility, Sarah was recruited by the General Motors Corporation to be a national spokesperson for their 100th anniversary celebration. She interviewed and shared the stage with many luminaries from the business and entertainment field. Much of Sarah's GM work can be seen on television and on the internet.

Jesse Saunders' BrokenRecords label officially released Sarah's version of "I Dreamed a Dream" (from Les Miserables) and is available for purchase through iTunes.com

To experience another completely different aspect of Sarah's vocal abilities, search YouTube.com for Sarah's rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. Filmed in front of 70,000 St. Louis Rams fans before an NFL game, this footage was captured by the CBS cameras.

Sarah is recording her first full length, contemporary/pop CD with platinum selling artist, Eddie Hedges (Blessid Union of Souls) producing. Her latest music video taken from these sessions, "I Will Be Strong" has been inspiring people around the world and can also be seen on YouTube.com.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: anonymous

Trivia (9)

Sings Big Band music.
Raised in Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Resides in Los Angeles, California.
First movie role was as a child extra in Woody Allen's feature film New York Stories (1989). Sarah had to roller skate in Central Park behind Woody Allen. The two days Sarah was to film the scene, it poured rain and the scene was cut. She still got paid and was reimbursed for her brand new roller skates.
Hobbies: Singing, Hiking, Writing Music and Short Stories, Biking, Canoeing, Snorkeling, Firearm Enthusiast, Yoga, Painting, Skydiving.
Studies acting With Burt Reynolds.
Hollywood, CA, USA: Singing female lead with Louis Prima Jr. and The Witnesses featuring Sarah Spiegel(son of the legendary Louis Prima). [May 2013]
Hosting a show with Kyle Gass from Tenacious D: The Complete Master Works (1997)! Sarah and Kyle will be traveling to rock festivals around the world - interviewing bands like Metallica, Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews Band, Nine Inch Nails, Kanye West, and so many more! [May 2008]
National spokesperson for General Motors. [August 2008]

Personal Quotes (1)

Even once you've gotten that big break and make your first $2 million, you're still playing. You're just in a different game. It never ends. That's why you have to genuinely love it.

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