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Sarah Roemer
Born Sarah Christin Roemer[1]
August 28, 1984 (1984-08-28) (age 25)[1]
San Diego, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress/Model
Years active 2006–present

Sarah Christine Roemer[1] (born August 28, 1984)[1] is an American actress and model. She is better known for her roles in the films Disturbia, Asylum and Fired Up.




Early life

Roemer was born in San Diego, California.[2] She 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.


She later began her acting career portraying Lacey in Takashi Shimizu's 2006 film, The Grudge 2. She co-starred with Shia LaBeouf in 2007's Disturbia and later co-starred with Joseph Cross in 2008 film, Falling Up.[3]

In 2009, Sarah 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 Story and in 2010 Sarah is going to star in the comedy/drama The Steal Artist, 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.


Year Movie Role
2006 The Grudge 2 Lacey Kimble
Wristcutters: A Love Story Rachel
2007 Disturbia Ashley Carlson
Cutlass Eve
2008 Asylum Madison
2009 Fired Up Carly
Waking Madison Madison Walker
Hachiko: A Dog's Story Andy Wilson
2010 Falling Up Scarlett Dowling
The Steal Artist Kristen
Locked In Emma


  1. ^ a b c d According to the State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California. At
  2. ^ Mathewson, Catriona (2007-04-12). "Roemer's horrifying career".,23663,21544638-5007181,00.html. Retrieved 2007-04-14.  
  3. ^ Sarah Roemer at

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