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Sabrina Stewart (II)

Sabrina Stewart is an actress and producer, known for "Salt, Liquor Lime" (2014), "Eternal" (2014) and "Ruined Wings" (2018). Born to an American Mother and a Iranian Father in a small town in the Mid-West, Sabrina spent her formative years living in Shiraz, Iran and later in Fredonia, KS, excelling at Drama, Dance and Creative Writing. She ... See full bio »
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The Young and the Restless
The Young and the Restless Crying Prisoner
I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant
Ruined Wings
Ruined Wings Dr. Jane Brunson


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 2018 Ruined Wings (Short) (filming)
Dr. Jane Brunson
 2017 Foreseen (completed)
Shasta Moncrille
 2014 California Dreamin' (TV Movie)
 2014/I Eternal
 2014 Salt Liquor Lime (Short)
 2012 My Life Is a Lifetime Movie (TV Series)
- Lovely Little Liars (2012) ... Dani
 2011 Prime Suspect (TV Series)
Emergency Room Nurse
- Underwater (2011) ... Emergency Room Nurse (uncredited)
 2010-2011 I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant (TV Series)
Ob Gyn
- Curry (2011) ... Ob Gyn
- Baby in the Ambulance: Curry (2011) ... Ob Gyn
- Episode #3.10 (2010) ... Ob Gyn
 2009 Meipporul
Female Reporter
 2008 2012 Doomsday (Video)
Background Person
 2007 Torn Together (Short)
 2007 The Young and the Restless (TV Series)
Crying Prisoner
- Episode #1.8749 (2007) ... Crying Prisoner (uncredited)
 2006/I Eve
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