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Sarah Polley
Sarah Polley

Birth Date: January 8, 1979

Birth Place: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Height: 5' 2"

Quote: "The guy who taught me to use the shotgun was a complete gun nut. I asked, 'Is the safety on when it's to the right or off when it's to the right?' And he said, 'The way I like to remember it is right is safe, like the government, and left is unsafe, like the people we are shooting at.' And I`m thinking, 'I`m in a room with my worst nightmare who's teaching me how to shoot a shotgun. How did this happen to me?'"


Sarah Polley Biography

Known as much for her intelligence as for her talent, Canadian actress Sarah Polley has been wowing television and film audiences since she was barely out of diapers. Born January 8, 1979, in the Toronto area, Polley got her first screen role at the age of six, in Disney's One Magic Christmas. From 1987 to 1988, Polley made her name in the title role of the Canadian television series Ramona. Her work on the show led to more screen work, first in the Matt Dillon flop The Big Town (1987) and then in Terry Gilliam's The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1989).

In 1990, Polley got a lead role on the acclaimed TV series The Road to Avonlea, a part that she played for five seasons. In 1994, she had a small but significant role in Atom Egoyan's Exotica and again collaborated with the director in 1997, for his critically lauded The Sweet Hereafter. The film was nominated for a host of awards, including a Best Director Oscar for Egoyan, and won a Special Grand Prize at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival. Polley drew her share of praise for her performance as the paralyzed survivor of a catastrophic bus accident and soon Hollywood was courting the waifishly unconventional actress, whom one critic remarked looked like Uma Thurman's wiser younger sister. However, for her next picture, Polley opted for a small Canadian production, The Last Night (1998), directed by Don McKellar.

Hollywood did become part of the picture with Polley's casting in Doug Liman's Go (1999), in which she starred with such other young notables as Katie Holmes, Scott Wolf, Taye Diggs, and Breckin Meyer. Her role in the film, combined with her performance in David Cronenberg's eXistenZ (1999) and a lead role in Guinevere (also 1999), helped to classify her as one of the most talented actresses of her generation, not a bad accomplishment for someone who repeatedly stated that her primary goal in life was to become a writer.

In 2000, Polley returned to Canada to star in Kathryn Bigelow's The Weight of Water, a drama about the efforts of a photojournalist and her husband (Catherine McCormack and Sean Penn) to investigate a 19th century murder. That same year, she also appeared in Michael Winterbottom's The Claim, playing the daughter of a gold miner (Peter Mullan) who sells his family for a bag of gold.

Over the next four years, Polley continued to stick mostly to smaller independent films. She played a journalist opposite a monster in Hal Hartley's 2001 fantasy No Such Thing and won rave reviews and a Vancouver Film Critics Circle award for her performance as a terminally ill young woman in 2003's My Life Without Me.

In 2004, Polley took another stab at Hollywood, heading up the ensemble cast in the remake of George Romero's horror classic Dawn of the Dead.

Sarah Polley Filmography

"Slings and Arrows" .... Sophie (5 episodes, 2006)
Beowulf & Grendel (2005) .... Selma
The Secret Life of Words (2005) .... Hanna
-- aka The Secret Life of Words
Don't Come Knocking (2005) .... Sky
Siblings (2004) .... Tabby
Sugar (2004) .... Pregnant Girl
Dawn of the Dead (2004) .... Ana
Luck (2003) .... Margaret
Dermott's Quest (2003) .... Gwen
My Life Without Me (2003) .... Ann
The Event (2003) .... Dana
The I Inside (2003) .... Clair
No Such Thing (2001) .... Beatrice
The Claim (2000) .... Hope Burn
The Law of Enclosures (2000) .... Beatrice
The Weight of Water (2000) .... Maren Hontvedt
Love Come Down (2000) .... Sister Sarah
This Might Be Good (2000)
"Made in Canada" .... Rhonda (1 episode: "It's a Science" 1999)
-- aka The Industry
The Life Before This (1999) .... Connie
Go (1999) .... Ronna Martin
eXistenZ (1999) .... Merle
Guinevere (1999) .... Harper Sloane
Last Night (1998/I) .... Jennifer 'Jenny' Wheeler
White Lies (1998) (TV) .... Catherine Chapman
Jerry and Tom (1998) .... Deb
The Planet of Junior Brown (1997) .... Butter
-- aka Junior's Groove
The Hanging Garden (1997) .... Teen Rosemary
The Sweet Hereafter (1997) .... Nicole
Joe's So Mean to Josephine (1996) .... Josephine
Children First! (1996)
"Straight Up" (1996) TV Series .... Lily
Exotica (1994) .... Tracey Brown
Take Another Look (1994) (TV) .... Amy
"The Hidden Room" .... Alice (1 episode: "Dangerous Dreams" 1993)
Johann's Gift to Christmas (1991) (TV) .... Angel
"Road to Avonlea" .... Sara Stanley (1990-1994)
-- aka Avonlea
-- aka Tales from Avonlea
Lantern Hill (1990) (TV) .... Jody Turner
-- aka Jane of Lantern Hill
Babar: The Movie (1989) .... Young Celeste (voice)
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988) .... Sally Salt
"Ramona" (1988) TV Series .... Ramona Quimby
-- aka Ramona Q
Blue Monkey (1987) .... Ellen
-- aka Green Monkey
-- aka Insect
-- aka Invasion of the Bodysuckers
"Friday the 13th" .... Mary (1 episode: "The Inheritance" 1987)
-- aka Friday the 13th: The Series
-- aka Friday's Curse
The Big Town (1987) .... Christy Donaldson
Hands of a Stranger (1987) (TV) .... Suzie Hearn
Prettykill (1987) .... Karla
-- aka Tomorrow's a Killer
Heaven on Earth (1987) (TV)
Confidential (1986)
One Magic Christmas (1985) .... Molly Monaghan
-- aka Disney's One Magic Christmas
"Night Heat" .... Cindy Keating (1 episode: "The Game" 1985)

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