Sarah Jones (screen actress)
Jones at the 2012 WonderCon
July 17, 1983 |
Winter Springs, Florida, U.S.A.
Jones also appeared in the television shows Huff, Ugly Betty and Big Love. She played the youngest of three sisters who run a wedding planner business in Fox's short-lived dramedy series The Wedding Bells. She has also been in two independent movies, Still Green and The Blue Hour. She can also be seen in the Cary Brothers music video Who You Are (she was dating Brothers in 2007).
Jones was the lead cast member in Fox's J.J. Abrams show, Alcatraz. The show premiered on January 16, 2012 but was cancelled in May 2012. However, Jones quickly returned to series television, being cast as a regular on Vegas.
Jones is featured in a May 2012 spread for Vanity Fair magazine.
Jones graduated from Winter Springs High School in 2001.
Awards and nominations
2007: Won the Spirit of the Independent Award at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival for Best Ensemble for Still Green (2007), which she shared with Ryan Kelley, Douglas Spain, Noah Segan, Paul Costa and the rest of the cast of the film.
|2006||Cain and Abel||Jennifer Proctor|
|2007||Blue Hour, TheThe Blue Hour||Young Ethel|
|2011||Red & Blue Marbles||Kim|
|2012||Up the Valley and Beyond||Eve Turner||Short film|
|2013||Return to Zero||Post-production|
|- |2013 |Mr. Jones |Penny |
|2004||Medical Investigation||Belinda||Episode: "Little Girl"|
|2005||Cold Case||Ellie McCormick||Episode: "Revolution"|
|2005||Judging Amy||Natalie Johnson||Episode: "The New Normal"|
|2006||Sixty Minute Man||Cami||TV film|
|2006||Huff||Leah||Recurring role (4 episodes)|
|2006||Ugly Betty||Natalie Whitman||Episode: "The Box and the Bunny"|
|2006-2007||Big Love||Brynn||Recurring role (9 episodes)|
|2007||Murder 101: College Can Be Murder||Danya Rosovitch||TV film|
|2007||Wedding Bells, TheThe Wedding Bells||Sammy Bell||Main role (4 episodes)|
|2008||Riches, TheThe Riches||Rosaleen||Episodes: "Trust Never Sleeps", "Dead Calm", "The Lying King"|
|2009||Love Takes Wing||Belinda||TV film|
|2009||Love Finds a Home||Belinda||TV film|
|2009||Sons of Anarchy||Polly Zobelle||Recurring role (6 episodes)|
|2010||House||Shannon||Episode: "Knight Fall"|
|2010||Lone Star||Gretchen||Episodes: "Unveiled", "One in Every Family"|
|2011||Justified||Jamie Berglund||Episode: "The Life Inside"|
|2012||Alcatraz||Det. Rebecca Madsen||Main role (13 episodes)|
|2012||Kendra||Kendra||Main role (8 episodes)|
|2012-2013||Vegas||Mia Rizzo||Main role (21 episodes)|
|2007||Spirit of the Independent Award||Best Ensemble||Still Green||Won|
- "It's Evening in America". Vanity Fair. May 2012. Page 157.
- "Cary Brothers Questions 'Who You Are'". Spin.com. Retrieved July 26, 2007.
- "J.J. Abrams' Alcatraz Pilot Casts Female Lead". TVGuide.com. Retrieved December 1, 2010.
- "Fox Cancels Alcatraz and The Finder". tvline.com. Retrieved May 9, 2012.
- "Alcatraz' Sarah Jones Joins CBS New Series Vegas". televisionblend.com. Retrieved July 23, 2012.
- Hal Boedeker (12 January 2012). "Is Alcatraz the big break for Winter Springs actress?". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 16 May 2012.
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