Sarah Manninen

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Sarah Manninen
Born (1976-11-06) November 6, 1976 (age 40)
Waterloo, Ontario
Occupation Film/television/stage actress
Years active 1999–present

Sarah Manninen (born November 6, 1976 in Waterloo, Ontario) is a Canadian film, television and stage actress, better known for her appearances on film The Prince and Me and series The Line.

Career[edit]

A Finnish Canadian, Manninen graduated from Resurrection Catholic Secondary School in Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, in 1995, and from George Brown Theatre School. She has a degree in Political Science and belongs to the Liberal Party of Canada.[1]

She was nominated for a Gemini Award for the BBC/CTV film Aka Albert Walker.[2]

Select theatre credits include, Amiel Gladstone's The Wedding Pool (Belfry Theatre) and (Atelier du Rhin Théâtre de la Manufacture). George F. Walker's Better Living and Escape From Happiness (Factory Theatre) and David Rotenberg's production of The Dwarf (Equity Showcase Theatre).[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2004 Prince and Me, TheThe Prince and Me Krista
2004 System of Units Gert Hadley Short film
2004 All You Got Amy
2004 Eternal Wildcat
2005 Stranger Here Myself, AA Stranger Here Myself Lucy Short film
2005 Streets of Wonderland Babysitter
2006 Monkey Warfare Bike Girl
2008 Sigh Maggie Short film
2008 Never Forget Natasha
2009 Windigo Road Video short
2010 In the Dominican Mysterious Woman Short film
2012 My Awkward Sexual Adventure Rachel Stern
2012 I'll Follow You Down Avril
2013 Separation Liz
2013 Empire of Dirt Anna
2013 Haunter Olivia's Mother
2013 Hunting Season
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Power Play May Episode: "Changing the Luck"
1999 Power Play May Episode: "Family Values"
1999 Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science Rena Walker Episode: "Dead Sea"
1999 Dear America: Dreams in the Golden Country Helen Kern TV short
1999 Animorphs Annabeth
Anne
Episode: "Face Off: Part 1"
Episode: "Face Off: Part 2"
1999 Hunt for the Unicorn Killer, TheThe Hunt for the Unicorn Killer British Girl (uncredited) TV movie
1999 Dear America: The Winter of Red Snow Helen Kern TV short
2000 Live Through This Lu Baker TV movie
2000 Relic Hunter Mrs. Peterson Episode: "Affaire de Coeur"
2000 Live Through This Lu Baker TV series
2000 Code Name: Eternity Hostess Episode: "24 Hours"
2002 Aka Albert Walker Helen Morrow TV movie
2002 Martin and Lewis Patti Lewis TV movie
2003 Veritas: The Quest Sophie St. John Episode: "The Lost Codex"
2003 Platinum Olivia Ross TV series
2003 Wild Card Jacquline Episode: "Dearly Beloved"
2003 Beautiful Girl Rachel Wasserman TV movie
2004 Blue Murder Janine Episode: "Spooks"
2004 Riverman, TheThe Riverman Georgia Hawkins TV movie
2005 Eleventh Hour, TheThe Eleventh Hour Samantha Episode: "Kettle Black"
2005 This Is Wonderland Belinda Episode: "2.5"
2005 Burnt Toast Tanya TV movie
2006 Mayday Katrina Stark Episode: "Collision Course"
2006 Touch the Top of the World Ellie TV movie
2006 Naked Josh Trish 5 episodes
2006 Angela's Eyes Maureen Campbell Episode: "Blue-Eyed Blues"
2006 American Girl on the Home Front, AnAn American Girl on the Home Front Charlotte Campbell TV movie
2008-2009 Line, TheThe Line Lucie 15 episodes
2010 Republic of Doyle Laura Dawe Episode: "Fathers and Sons"
2010 Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story Rose Cherry TV miniseries
2010 When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story Elise Shaw TV movie
2010 NCIS Hannah Gator Episode: "Dead Air"
2011 Edge of the Garden, TheThe Edge of the Garden Nora Hargrave TV movie
2012 Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story II Rose Cherry TV miniseries
2012 Murdoch Mysteries Verna Bowden Episode: "Murdoch in Toyland"
2012 King Vanessa Kaplan Episode: "Justice Calvin Faulkner"
2012 Alphas Becky Episode: "When Push Comes to Shove"

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