Sarah G. Buxton
|Sarah G. Buxton|
|Born||Sarah Galbraith Buxton
March 23, 1965
Brentwood, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Shane Brolly (2006-present) 1 child|
Buxton was born in Brentwood, California. She lives in Beverly Hills with her husband, actor Shane Brolly. The couple married on November 27, 2006. On December 20, 2006, Sarah gave birth to the couple's first child, a boy named Finn Michael Brolly.
She was a competitive gymnast in her youth, until being "discovered" at the grocery store when she was about 15. She is primarily known for her work on the television soap opera Sunset Beach, which aired on NBC from January 6, 1997 to December 31, 1999. Buxton was an original cast member and remained with the show for its entire run, playing the ever-plotting villain Annie Douglas Richards. After the demise of Sunset Beach, Buxton appeared on the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful from 2000-2001 as the less than sane villainess Morgan DeWitt, and in 2005, she returned to that role. In addition, she played a minor character, porn star Crystal Chablis, on the soap opera Days of our Lives in 2004. Buxton has also appeared in several critically acclaimed movies such as The Climb and Little Children. She has guest starred on prime time shows such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NYPD Blue and McBride.
After returning to B&B in March 2005 and signing a year-long contract, Buxton's run ended abruptly after just one month. In 2005, Buxton was considered for the coveted role of Carly Corinthos on General Hospital with Jamie Luner. Soap vet Laura Wright got the role after turing it down and Sarah was almost cast. Many of the characters she played have had physical catfights, this is why the producers called her "queen of catfights".
- Simon & Simon (1 episode, 1983) (TV)
- Sam's Son (1984)
- Lovelines (1984)
- The Sure Thing (1985)
- Otherworld (1 episode, 1985) (TV)
- Mr. Belvedere (1 episode, 1986) (TV)
- Easy Street (1 episode, 1986) (TV)
- Less Than Zero (1987)
- 21 Jump Street (1 episode, 1987) (TV)
- Rags to Riches (4 episodes, 1987–1988) (TV)
- Nightmare Beach (1988)
- Primal Rage (1988)
- Who's the Boss? (1 episode, 1988) (TV)
- Freddy's Nightmares (1 episode, 1989) (TV)
- Exile (1990) (TV movie)
- Checkered Flag (1990)
- Monsters (1 episode, 1990) (TV)
- The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1 episode, 1990) (TV)
- China Beach (1 episode, 1990) (TV)
- Instant Karma (1990)
- Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead (1991)
- Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever (1991)
- Seeds of Tragedy (1991) (TV movie)
- Pink Lightning (1991) (TV movie)
- The Young Riders (1 episode, 1992) (TV)
- Cityscrapes: Los Angeles (1994)
- Silk Stalkings (1 episode, 1995) (TV)
- Platypus Man (1 episode, 1995) (TV)
- Diagnosis: Murder (1 episode, 1995) (TV)
- Renegade (1 episode, 1995) (TV)
- Listen (1996)
- Walker, Texas Ranger (1 episode, 1996) (TV)
- Baywatch (1 episode, 1997) (TV)
- Sunset Beach (372 episodes, 1997–1999) (TV)
- The Climb (1998)
- Dirty Down Under... Up Here (1999)
- Rendez-View (1 episode, 2002) (TV)
- Drama Queen (2002)
- NYPD Blue (1 episode, 2003) (TV)
- Days of our Lives (22 episodes, 2004) (TV)
- Sin's Kitchen (2004)
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2 episodes, 2004) (TV)
- McBride (2005) (TV)
- Devil's Highway (2005)
- The Bold and the Beautiful (194 episodes, 1987–2005) (TV)
- Little Children (2006)
- Japan (2008)
- Bedtime Stories (2008)
- Spread (2009)
- CSI: Miami (1 episode, 2009) (TV)
- Criminal Minds (1 episode, 2010) (TV)
- Sarah Buxton Biography (1965-)
- Nancy Imperiale Wellons (April 16, 2001). "`The Bold and the Beautiful's' Sarah Buxton is good when she's bad". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved February 15, 2010.
- "STAR CLIP: SARAH BUXTON". Fort Worth Star-Telegram. August 5, 1997. Retrieved February 15, 2010.
- "SUNSEST BEACH' LINES UP HOT YOUNG ACTORS". Chicago Tribune. October 31, 1996. Retrieved February 15, 2010.("Sarah Buxton previously appeared on television in shows including "Walker, Texas Ranger", "Renegade" and "Silk Stalkings". She will be playing Annie Douglas, the sexy and spoiled resident of a local beach house.")
- "SPUNKY BUXTON IS BOTH BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL". Orlando Sentinel. July 22, 2000. Retrieved February 15, 2010.
- Daniel R. Coleridge (November 18, 2004). "Days' Diva Gender-Bends on CSI". TV Guide. Retrieved February 15, 2010.