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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 28 August 1984San Diego, California, USA
Birth NameSarah Christine Roemer
Height 5' 7½" (1.71 m)

Mini Bio (1)

American actress and model Sarah Roemer starred as the love interest of Shia LaBeouf's character in the thriller Disturbia (2007). She was born in San Diego, California, and began modeling at the age of 15 after she was discovered buying coffee at a local 7-Eleven while attending Horizon Jr/Sr High School. At the age of 17 she moved away from her family to New York.

She began her acting career playing Lacey in Takashi Shimizu's The Grudge 2 (2006). She later co-starred with Joseph Cross in Falling Up (2009). She was the leading actress in David R. Ellis' Asylum (2008), Katherine Brooks' Waking Madison (2010) and in Fired Up! (2009). She co-starred with Golden Globe winner Richard Gere and three-time Oscar nominee Joan Allen in Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2009).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: whateveer

Trivia (18)

In 2007 she posed for Maxim Magazine.
Moved away from her family, at the age of 17, to New York.
Began modeling at age 15 after she was discovered buying coffee at a local 7-Eleven.
Models for CCS catalogs.
Sarah is featured in the article, "So-easy summer beauty" by Beauty and Fashion Editor Megan O'Connell, in a 2007 issue of Natural Health magazine.
She was featured in the Spring 2007 issue of Nylon Guys magazine in an article titled "Model Behavior", where she talks about modeling in Milan, shooting for The Grudge 2 (2006) and her previous acting experience.
Her favorite music artists include Fiona Apple and David Bowie. In the Space Meat interview, she also considers herself "the only person in California who enjoys country music.".
When asked on the Space Meat interview about gadgets she could not do without, Sarah mentioned her cell phone and the Internet.
Sarah has a brother who is two years older.
Sarah grew up in Coronado (San Diego area), and frequently returns to the area from her residence in Los Angeles. She also owns some dogs that she likes to take on beach side walks.
She has a feature article in the April 2007 issue of GQ where she talks briefly about Asylum (2008). She has also mentioned in other interviews that she enjoys riding horses and surfing.
When asked about the bikini scene in Disturbia (2007), she remarked that she wasn't really nervous about her body because she had swimsuit modeled before; however, she was more shocked about the guys' leering comments.
Sarah was the cover model of the Summer 2004 issue of Sportswear International fashion magazine.
Sarah is represented by LA Models, which is located in Los Angeles, and Fashion Model Management, which is located in Milan.
In spring 2009, Sarah was on the cover of Modern Dog, an American magazines for dog lovers, with her two dogs, Clyde, a French Bulldog, and Dylan, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
At 15, She used to breed mice.
Was considered for the part of Dawn in Catch .44 (2010).
She is of English, German, and some Scots-Irish (Northern Irish) and Scottish, ancestry.

Personal Quotes (4)

[In 2007, about her future] I think I'm focusing on not doing a horror movie after this, but it's been fun. Each project has been an entirely different experience.
[About leaving home and moving to New York] I left home when I turned 17 and ran away to New York. I did a lot of moving. I was based in New York and country-hopping, so I was always 'the new girl'.
[About her Best Kiss nomination on MTV Movie Awards 2008 and about Disturbia (2007)] We did as much as possible, which was great. I love that D.J. really made a point to do that. What I love about it is the movie is really fun. You really feel like you are a part of the spy team. I did when I watched it and there's so many laughs and you're having a really good time. It's a good ride and then when it gets intense, it's really scary. So, it's a building story and that's what I really like. It is a lot about the characters and I think that makes the end even scarier.
[About cheerleading] I didn't cheer in high school. I was the farthest thing from a cheerleader in high school. We made fun of cheerleaders. Everybody did! But no more. All that choreography? I couldn't make sense of it.

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