Sarah Christine Roemer was born on August 28, 1984. She is an American actress and model, better known for the roles in the films Disturbia, Asylum and Fired Up.
Sarah was born in San Diego, California. She was discovered for modeling while buying coffee at a local 7-Eleven. She moved away from her family to try her luck in New York at the age of 17.
She later began her acting career portraying Lacey in 2006 film, The Grudge 2. In 2007, she co-starred with Shia LaBeouf in the hit Disturbia and later co-starred with Joseph Cross in 2008 film, The Golden Door.
Sarah has been on the cover of severals magazines in the USA. In an interview with Space Meat, she claimed considering herself “the only person in California who enjoys country music”. Roemer is a fan of music by David Bowie and Fiona Apple and admitted she could never live without the Internet and cellphone. Sarah has a brother who is two years older. She has two dogs and she usually walk on the beach sidewalk with them.
In 2009, Sarah Roemer was the lead actress in Katherine Brooks’ Waking Madison and in Fired Up, a comedy which she co-starred with Nicholas D’Agosto, Eric Christian Olsen and Molly Sims.
She appeared in the music video for the song Come Back To Me by American Idol, David Cook.
She co-starred with Richard Gere and Joan Allen in Hachiko: A Dog’s Tale and in 2010 Sarah is going to star in the comedy/drama The Con Child, co-starring with Donald Sutherland, Rossif Sutherland and Rebecca Romijn, and in the psychological thriller Locked In, co-starring with Ben Barnes, Eliza Dushku and Brenda Fricker. In Locked In, Sarah plays Emma, a mother whose 6-year-old daughter apparently is in a coma.