Sarah Wayne Callies Biography
Sarah Wayne Callies is an American best known for her performance in Prison Break. She was born on 1st June 1977 in La Grange, Illinois.
She is the daughter of Valerie Wayne and David E. Callies. She attended Punahou School and after graduating high school she went to Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. She graduated from the National Theater Conservatory in 2002 with a Masters of Fine Arts. She got married to Josh Winterhalt on July 21st, 2002 and they have two children together.
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She was born on 1st June 1977 in La Grange, Illinois. She is 41 years old as of 2018.
Sarah Wayne Callies Husband | Sarah Wayne Callies Josh Winterhalt | Sarah Wayne Callies And Husband | Sarah Wayne Callies Married
Sarah and Josh Winterhalt met in Dartmouth and they started dating. They got married on 21st July 2002 and they have two children together.
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She gave birth to her first child, a daughter, Keala Winterhalter, in 2007. She then adopted a son, Oakes Wayne, born in 2013.
Sarah Wayne Callies Brother
She only has a sister, Elise Wayne.
Sarah Wayne Callies Net Worth | How Much Is Sarah Wayne Callies Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million.
Sarah Wayne Callies Career
Callies moved to New York in 2003 and after that immediately handled her first TV job as Kate O’Malley, a repetitive part on the fleeting CBS show Queens Supreme. Her initially featuring job was as Detective Jane Porter on The WB’s Tarzan.
Subsequent to showing up on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Dragnet (2003), and NUMB3RS, Callies increased a featuring job on Fox’s Prison Break as Sara Tancredi. She assumed the job in the initial two seasons, yet her character was executed off for the third season before being brought back for the fourth season.
As per Prison Break’s official maker Matt Olmstead, despite the fact that the essayists, the system, Callies herself, and he all needed her to remain on the show, the character was worked out identified with contract debates. She expressed through a representative to TV Guide in fall 2007.
Nonetheless, in March 2008, Olmstead expressed that the character of Sara is as yet alive and would return in season four. In spite of the fact that the character Sara Tancredi seemed to have a vicious demise, Olmstead expressed “…we understood that there was really a way she could, in any case, be alive.” Executive Producer Matt Olmstead conceded the fans’ mind-boggling reaction to her passing had impacted the choice to bring the character, and Callies, back to the show.
In 2010, Callies was thrown in the real job of Lori Grimes on the AMC awfulness/dramatization arrangement The Walking Dead, in view of the comic-book arrangement of a similar name. The dramatization turned into the most noteworthy appraised appear in that link channel’s history.
Callies assumed the job from the show’s begin until season three. Grimes, her family, and companions have compelled to battle tenacious insidiousness as both substance eating zombies and the few enduring people. Callies persuaded the show’s journalists to murder her character since that is the thing that had happened in the comic-book adaptation.
Callies has additionally featured in two-component films – Universal Pictures’ Whisper and a free film, The Celestine Prophecy.In April 2010, she showed up on the Fox Television dramatization House as a patient of the week, whose open marriage captivates House and the group.
In August 2010, Callies’ first screenplay, an adjustment of Campbell Geeslin’s kids’ book Elena’s Serenade, was optioned by French creation organization Fulldawa Films. Callies featured in the Nigerian film Black Gold (2011) and one of the female lead jobs in the Canadian spine-chiller Faces in the Crowd (2011). In 2015, she co-featured with Nicolas Cage in Uli Edel’s spine chiller film Pay the Ghost. In 2016, she came back to TV in the number one spot job of Katie Bowman in Colony.
Sarah Wayne Callies Movies | Sarah Wayne Callies Movies And TV Shows | Sarah Wayne Callies Movies List
- The Celestine Prophecy
- Lullaby for Pi
- Black Gold
- Faces in the Crowd
- Black November
- Into the Storm
- Pay the Ghost
- The Other Side of the Door
- This Is Your DeathLaw & Order: Special Victims Unit
- Queens Supreme
- The Secret Service
- Prison Break
- Queens Supreme
- Prison Break: The Final Break
- The Walking Dead
- The Long Road Home
Sarah Wayne Callies On Walking Dead | Sarah Wayne Callies Walking Dead Season 9
She appears in several episodes( Main role (seasons 1–3), Voice (season 9, episode “What Comes After” ) of The Walking Dead as Lori Grimes. Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman, this gritty drama portrays life in the months and years that follow a zombie apocalypse. Led by former police officer Rick Grimes, his family and a group of other survivors find themselves constantly on the move in search of a safe and secure home.
But the pressure each day to stay alive sends many in the group to the deepest depths of human cruelty, and Rick discovers that the overwhelming fear of the survivors can be more deadly than the zombies walking among them.
First episode date: 31 October 2010
Theme song: The Walking Dead theme song
Based on: The Walking Dead; by Robert Kirkman; Tony Moore; Charlie Adlard
Production location: Georgia
Sarah Wayne Callies Prison Break
She played the role of Sarah Tancredi in Prison Break. Her character was killed in season 2 but she was brought back for the fourth season. Michael Scofield is a desperate man in a desperate situation. His brother, Lincoln Burrows, was convicted of a crime he didn’t commit and put on Death Row.
Michael holds up a bank to get himself incarcerated alongside his brother in Fox River State Penitentiary, then sets in motion a series of elaborate plans to break Lincoln out and prove his innocence. Once out of jail, their perils aren’t over — the brothers must flee to escape recapture and battle an intricate political conspiracy that puts everyone’s life at risk.
First episode date: 29 August 2005
No. of episodes: 90 (list of episodes)
Writers: Paul Scheuring, Matt Olmstead, Nick Santora, Zack Estrin, Karyn Usher, Seth Hoffman, Monica Macer
Genres: Serial, Crime Fiction, Thriller
Sarah Wayne Callies Into The Storm
She plays the role of Allison Stone in this 2014 movie. As a new day begins in the town of Silverton, its residents have little reason to believe it will be anything other than ordinary. Mother Nature, however, has other plans.
In the span of just a few hours, an unprecedented onslaught of powerful tornadoes ravages Silverton. Storm trackers predict that the worst is still to come, as terrified residents seek shelter, and professional storm-chasers run toward the danger, hoping to study the phenomenon close up and get a once-in-a-lifetime shot.
Initial release: 7 August 2014 (Russia)
Director: Steven Quale
Box office: 161.7 million USD
Budget: 50 million USD
Initial DVD release: 18 November 2014 (USA)
The Colony Sarah Wayne Callies | Sarah Wayne Callies Colony
She played the main role of Katie Bowman in this TV series from 2016-2018. In the not-too-distant future, Los Angeles has been invaded and occupied by outside forces, causing a rift between the city’s residents; some have collaborated with the occupation, while others are rebelling and suffering the consequences that come with that choice.
Former FBI agent Will Bowman and his wife, Katie, must consider their familial obligations when making their decision because they were separated from their son, Bram, during the invasion. Proxy Snyder, a cunning and powerful leader within the occupational government, offers Will the opportunity to get Bram back if he works with the invading faction. Will’s decision doesn’t sit well with Katie, but the couple risk their lives — and their relationship — to protect their family.
First episode date: 14 January 2016
Final episode date: 25 July 2018
Network: USA Network
Production locations: Los Angeles, Vancouver (season 3)
Sarah Wayne Callies Quotes
- I think I’m probably much better at the boots and pocket knife thing than I am at the high heels and martini thing.
- I’m growing as an artist and expanding my range, and not pigeonholing myself by doing the same thing, over and over.
- I think intimacy is a word that’s used more physically than it needs to be. There are times in your life, sometimes it’s when you fall in love with someone and sometimes it’s when someone saves your life.
- Your work isn’t just to learn and say the lines. Your work is to figure out what the chatter in your brain is, that’s going on under the lines. It doesn’t matter whether you’re speaking or not speaking because your mind is working the way your character’s mind would work.
- One thing that annoys me is when you see women in these terrible and incredible situations with perfectly glossed lips. You’re not going to look good in the apocalypse.
- The rite of passage of learning to build a fire that will burn all night with one match is not an insignificant one in my husband’s family, and I grew up camping and backpacking. I love to camp.
- Well, I do lie for a living. I’m an actor.
- An actor without an audience is rehearsing.
- Every working mom I know is constantly walking some kind of a tightrope of guilt.
- I don’t watch horror movies because they scare me!
- My husband’s family is military. Preparation is just, from that family perspective, it’s just a part of what makes sense to do. You buy insurance for your house; you have a go-bag.
- What serialized cable dramas have given us is the opportunity to not simply tell the same story with slightly different words and different costumes, every week. people are really mining the ability of storytellers to tell a long-form story that goes from A to Z and to trust that an audience will follow that. If they miss it, over the course of the week, they can watch it online or buy the DVD. There are so many different ways of interacting with it. Storytelling on television is getting more complex and more nuanced.
- I love doing action scenes, there’s that great thing when you sort of stop acting because if you’re running, you’re not acting like you’re running, you are just actually running.
- I watched Ricki Lake’s documentary, ‘The Business of Being Born,’ and that led me to call a midwife, and not an ob-gyn when I found out I had conceived. My delivery was not easy – they call it ‘labor,’ not ‘a vacation!’ – but I was incredibly grateful that I did it that way.
- Hospitals are great places, and you can learn from them, but you don’t necessarily need to go in anytime you get the sniffles. And maybe you shouldn’t treat pregnancy as a disease.
- I’m learning to hunt with rifles because if you think about it, hunting gets you the healthiest meat – organic, free-range food. It’s a total yuppie spin on what I thought was kind of a redneck occupation.
- Learning to shoot firearms to me is a little like driving stick – it seems like a decent skill to have.
- I am fascinated by religion and theology and what people believe.
- You don’t take a job in acting at all expecting 25 years in and a pension.