Sarah Torgov

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Sarah Torgov is a Canadian actress who was born in Toronto. She appeared in popular movies in the 1980s, including Meatballs, If You Could See What I Hear, American Gothic, The July Group, and Drying Up The Streets. TV appearances included Simon & Simon, The Greatest American Hero and the Canadian series Tales of the Klondike.

She stopped acting in 1988 and is now working as an artist and book illustrator in Los Angeles, California. Torgov illustrated Let's Read Together: A Parent's Guide to Beginning Reading, by Ellen Gordon and Eileen Zweig.

She is the daughter of noted Canadian humourist and novelist Morley Torgov and played the cello in high school. She is married to writer and television producer Douglas Steinberg.

Her face adorned the Canadian Kellogg's Corn Flakes box in the 1970s.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1978 Drying Up the Streets Anne
1979 Meatballs Candace
1982 If You Could See What I Hear Patti Steffen
1988 American Gothic Cynthia

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1979 Matt and Jenny Sarah "A Call to Arms"
1979 Littlest Hobo, TheThe Littlest Hobo Sarah "Stand-in"
1981 Tales of the Klondike "Scorn of Women"
1982 Greatest American Hero, TheThe Greatest American Hero Anna Kurienna "It's All Downhill from Here"
1982 Simon & Simon Rosalie Arthur "Art for Arthur's Sake"
1982 Circle Family, TheThe Circle Family Betsy Circle TV film
1984 Hangin' In Lindsay "Bridesmaid Revisited"

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