Sarah Wright

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Sarah Wright
Sarah Fay Wright

(1983-09-28) September 28, 1983 (age 38)
Years active2004–present
A. J. Mason
(m. 2005; div. 2006)

(m. 2012)
RelativesDaniela Ruah (sister-in-law) = Stephen Wright USMC (Brother)

Sarah Fay Wright Olsen (born September 28, 1983) is an American actress who has appeared in several films and TV series. She played Millicent Gergich in a recurring role on Parks and Recreation.


Wright began her acting career at an early age.[1] When she was 14 years old she became a model and soon after, she appeared in a minor role in the 1998 comedy Enchanted.[1] She played the character of Paige Chase in the sitcom Quintuplets.[2] She co-starred in the sitcom The Loop as Lizzy.[3] She also played the recurring role of Jane on the CW series 7th Heaven.[4] In 2011, Wright began a recurring role in the CBS mid-season replacement comedy series Mad Love and maintained a small recurring role as Millicent Gergich on the NBC show Parks and Recreation.[5]

In 2017, Wright co-starred alongside Tom Cruise in the action crime film American Made as Lucy Seal.[6] She had a major role in the Netflix show Spinning Out, which aired January 1, 2020.[7]

Personal life[edit]

Wright was born on September 28, 1983 in Louisville, Kentucky.[8][9] She graduated from Seneca High School and married A. J. Mason in 2005; they divorced in 2006.[10][11]

In 2011, on an episode of The Talk, Wright announced her engagement to actor Eric Christian Olsen.[12] They were married near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on June 23, 2012.[13] Their first child, a son Wyatt Oliver Olsen, was born on August 16, 2013.[14] Their second child, a daughter Esme Olivia Olsen, was born on August 9, 2016.[15] Their third child a daughter Winter Story Olsen, was born on September 15, 2020.[16][17]

Olsen and actress Teresa Palmer co-founded the parenting site Your Zen Mama and co-authored the book Zen Mamas: Finding Your Path Through Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond in 2021.[18]



Year Title Role Notes
1998 Enchanted David's High School Date
2006 All You've Got Lauren McDonald
2007 X's & O's Jane
2008 Made of Honor Sexy blonde
2008 Wieners Lavender
2008 The House Bunny Ashley
2008 Surfer, Dude Stacey
2008 Streak Ashley Short film
2012 Touchback Jenny
2012 Celeste and Jesse Forever Tera
2013 21 & Over Nicole
2013 Girls Season 38 Short film
2014 Walk of Shame Denise
2017 American Made Lucy Seal
2019 The Place of No Words[19]


Year Title Role Notes
2004–05 Quintuplets Paige Chase Series regular
2005 CSI: Miami Sara Jennings Episode: "Prey"
2005 Malcolm in the Middle Vicki Episode: "Secret Boyfriend"
2006 The Loop Lizzy Series regular
2006–07 7th Heaven Jane 18 episodes
2007 Up All Night Kris TV Movie
2008 Mad Men Susie Episode: "Maidenform"
2008 Ernesto Madizon Cutler TV Movie
2009 Accidentally on Purpose Sasha Episode: "The Love Guru"
2009 How I Met Your Mother Claire Episode: "The Playbook"
2009 Waiting to Die Brandi TV Movie
2010 The Middle Kasey Episode: "A Birthday Story"
2010 True Love Tiffany TV Movie
2011 Mad Love Tiffany McDermott 7 episodes
2011 The Assistants Tina TV Movie
2011–13 Parks and Recreation Millicent Gergich 5 episodes
2012 Happy Endings Nicki Episode: "The Shrink, the Dare, Her Date and Her Brother"
2012 Happy Valley Agnes Little TV Movie
2013 Men at Work Molly 3 episodes
2013 Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 Trish Osborne Episode: "Original Bitch..."
2013 Hello Ladies Courtney Episode: "Pilot"
2014 Mixology Laura 3 episodes
2014–15 Marry Me Dennah Series regular
2015 House Hunters Herself Appeared in an episode with her husband Eric and his mother Jeanne looking for a vacation home in the Jackson Hole area
2017 Lady Dynamite Self Guest
2020 Spinning Out Mandy Davis Series regular


  1. ^ a b "Dennah: Marry Me Character -". NBC. Retrieved 2021-07-28.
  2. ^ "Quintuplets" – via
  3. ^ "Sarah Wright - Rotten Tomatoes".
  4. ^ "'Marry Me' Has a 'Parks' Alum". Bustle.
  5. ^ Snierson, Dan (October 14, 2011). "'Parks and Recreation' recap: Ranger Danger". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved October 30, 2011.
  6. ^ "Sarah Wright Loved Bossing Tom Cruise Around in American Made". September 26, 2017.
  7. ^ ""Spinning Out" Just Dropped On Netflix And If You're Not Watching It, You're Missing Out". January 3, 2020.
  8. ^ Nast, Condé (2017-09-30). "Sarah Wright on What It's Really Like to Shoot a Sex Scene with Tom Cruise". GQ. Retrieved 2021-07-28.
  9. ^ "Sarah Wright - Rotten Tomatoes". Retrieved 2021-07-28.
  10. ^ Puckett, Jeffrey Lee. "Tom Cruise's new movie is filled with ties to Louisville, the town he loves to ignore". The Courier-Journal. Retrieved 2021-07-28.
  11. ^ "Sarah Wright". Retrieved 9 October 2017.
  12. ^ "Actor Olsen Is Engaged". ContactMusic. October 25, 2011.
  13. ^ "Eric Christian Olsen Marries Sarah Wright". People. June 25, 2012.
  14. ^ "Eric Christian Olsen and Sarah Wright Welcome Son Wyatt Oliver". People. 26 August 2013.
  15. ^ "Eric Christian and Sarah Wright Olsen Welcome Daughter Esmé Olivia". People. 11 August 2016.
  16. ^ "Eric Christian Olsen and Sarah Wright Olsen Welcome Daughter Winter Story: 'Newborn Bliss'". 19 September 2020.
  17. ^ "'NCIS: LA' Star Eric Christian Olsen and Wife Sarah Wright Welcome Baby No. 3". Retrieved 2021-07-28.
  18. ^ "Teresa Palmer and Sarah Wright Olsen Ink Deal with Harper Horizon for 'Zen Mamas'". 29 June 2020.
  19. ^ Hipes, Patrick (2020-09-15). "Mark Webber And Teresa Palmer's 'The Place Of No Words' Placed At Gravitas Ventures". Deadline. Retrieved 2021-07-26.

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