Sarah Jones (screen actress)

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Sarah Jones
Sarah Jones by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Jones in 2012
Born (1983-07-17) July 17, 1983 (age 35)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004–present

Sarah Jones (born July 17, 1983) is an American screen actress from Ugly Betty, Big Love and Alcatraz.

Life and career[edit]

Jones was born in Winter Springs, Florida. She graduated from Winter Springs High School in 2001.[1]

She appeared in the 2007 Hallmark Channel movie, Murder 101: College Can Be Murder.[2]

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).[3]

She portrayed Polly Zobelle, the scheming daughter and accomplice of Ethan Zobelle in Sons of Anarchy.

Jones has received wide recognition for portraying the role of Det. Rebecca Madsen in the Fox TV series Alcatraz.[4][5] The show premiered on January 16, 2012. Despite an impressive start, the series was officially cancelled by Fox on May 9, 2012, due to dropping viewership throughout its run.[6] However, Jones was featured in a May 2012 spread for Vanity Fair magazine, and she quickly returned to series television, being cast as a regular on Vegas.[7]

Other roles she has gained attention for, are Alison in the Hulu original series The Path, and Amelia Davenport in the USA Network TV series Damnation.

In 2018, Jones was cast as Lynn, “a sharp Veronica Lake-like” Hollywood actress, in the CBS drama series pilot L.A. Confidential, based on James Ellroy's 1990 novel of the same name.[8]



Year Title Role Notes
2006 Cain and Abel Jennifer Proctor
2007 The Blue Hour Young Ethel
2007 Still Green Kerri
2008 Dead*Line Wendi Short film
2011 Red & Blue Marbles Kim
2011 2ND Take Charlie
2013 Up the Valley and Beyond Eve Turner Short film
2013 Mr. Jones Penny
2014 Return to Zero Dana


Year Title Role Notes
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 movie
2006 Huff Leah Recurring role; 4 episodes
2006 Ugly Betty Natalie Whitman Episode: "The Box and the Bunny"
2006–07 Big Love Brynn Recurring role; 9 episodes
2007 Murder 101: College Can Be Murder Danya Rosovitch Movie
2007 The Wedding Bells Sammy Bell Main role (4 episodes)
2008 The Riches Rosaleen 3 episodes
2009 Love Takes Wing Belinda Movie
2009 Love Finds a Home Belinda Movie
2009 Sons of Anarchy Polly Zobelle Recurring role; 6 episodes
2010 House Shannon Episode: "Knight Fall"
2010 Lone Star Gretchen 2 episodes
2011 Justified Jamie Berglund Episode: "The Life Inside"
2012 Alcatraz Det. Rebecca Madsen Main role (13 episodes)
2012 Kendra Kendra Main role (8 episodes)
2012–13 Vegas Mia Rizzo Main role (20 episodes)
2013 Lauren Kendra 2 episodes
2015 Texas Rising Pauline Wykoff Miniseries; 4 episodes
2016 The Path Alison Main role
2017–18 Damnation Ameila Davenport Main role
TBA For All Mankind Tracy Stevens Main role


Year Association Category Work Result
2007 Spirit of the Independent Award Best Ensemble[citation needed] Still Green Won


  1. ^ Hal Boedeker (12 January 2012). "Is Alcatraz the big break for Winter Springs actress?". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 16 May 2012.
  2. ^ "It's Evening in America". Vanity Fair. May 2012. Page 157.
  3. ^ "Cary Brothers Questions 'Who You Are'". Retrieved July 26, 2007.
  4. ^ "J.J. Abrams' Alcatraz Pilot Casts Female Lead". Retrieved December 1, 2010.
  5. ^ Hal Boedeker (12 January 2012). "Is Alcatraz the big break for Winter Springs actress?". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 16 May 2012.
  6. ^ "Fox Cancels Alcatraz and The Finder". Retrieved May 9, 2012.
  7. ^ "Alcatraz' Sarah Jones Joins CBS New Series Vegas". Retrieved July 23, 2012.
  8. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (March 14, 2018). "L.A. Confidential: Sarah Jones To Star In CBS Drama Pilot". Retrieved March 15, 2018.

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