Sarah Kawahara

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Sarah Kawahara is a Japanese-Canadian figure skater and choreographer of Japanese ancestry. She won an Emmy Award in 1997 for Scott Hamilton Upside Down and was the first skater to win the Best Choreography Emmy. She won her second Emmy in 2002 for choreographing the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics. She joined the Ice Capades at age 17 and skated with them for seven years. She currently lives in California. She is married to actor Jamie Alcroft, with whom she has three children: Alysse Alcroft, Hayley Kiyoko, and Thatcher Alcroft.

Films she has choreographed for[edit]

TV specials she has choreographed[edit]

  • An Evening on Ice
  • Concert on Ice
  • Nancy Kerrigan, Special Dreams on Ice
  • Reflections on Ice: Michelle Kwan skates to the Music of Mulan
  • Michelle Kwan skates to Disney's Greatest Hits (2000)
  • Michelle Kwan, Princesses on Ice
  • Scott Hamilton and Friends
  • Scott Hamilton Upside Down

Touring shows she has choreographed[edit]

Skaters she has choreographed programs for[edit]


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