A beneficiary of the exploding horror film renaissance of the mid-2000's, newcomer Sarah Roemer firmly established herself as an heir apparent to the title of "celluloid scream queen," thanks to her p...
San Diego, California, USA
|Waking Madison||2013||Actor||Madison Walker||20137|
|The Event||2010 2009 - 2010||Actor||Leila Gasiorowski||20107|
|The Con Artist||2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|Hachi: A Dog's Tale||2014||Actor||n/a||20147|
|Hawaii Five-O||2013 2009 - 2013||Actor||Marissa Garcia||20137|
|The Grudge 2||2006||Actor||Lacey||20067|
|Wristcutters: A Love Story||2007||Actor||Rachel||20077|
|At the age of 15, she began modeling|
|Had a small role in the independent film "Wristcutters: A Love Story"|
|Cast as a college student in the thriller "Asylum"|
|Made film debut in "The Grudge 2"|
|Portrayed Andy Wilson, the daughter of Richard Gere's character, in "Hachi: A Dog's Tale"|
|Played Ashley Carlson, a love interest and neighbour of LaBeouf's character in "Disturbia"|
|Cast as Leila Buchanan in the NBC drama series "The Event"|
A native of San Diego, CA, Sarah Christine Roemer was born Aug. 28, 1984. Tall, athletic and strikingly attractive, Roemer began modeling at age 15 after she was discovered buying coffee at a local 7-Eleven. Like many models, however, Roemer got bit by the acting bug soon after moving to Los Angeles. The fact that Roemer possessed natural talent - not to mention a strong resemblance to fellow beauty, Jessica Biel - no doubt helped the model transition into acting. Roemer's first film - the dark indie comedy, "Wristcutters: A Love Story" (2006) - was an offbeat tale about the post-suicide afterlife and became a cult hit overseas, eventually going on to win top prize at New York's Gen Art Film Festival.
Roemer's first major role, however, was in the Columbia Pictures production, "The Grudge 2" (2006), the sequel to the hit 2004 horror flick starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. Cast in a supporting role, Roemer portrayed Lacey, the teenage girl from Chicago who falls victim to the grudge curse near the end of the movie. Roemer's breakthrough picture, however, was "Disturbia" (2007), a modestly budgeted thriller starring Shia LeBeouf and Carrie-Anne Moss. Taking its cue from the classic Hitchcock thriller, "Rear Window" (1954), "Disturbia" told the story of Kale (LaBeouf), a troublesome teenager who has been placed under house arrest for the entire summer. With his movements restricted by an electronic tracking device around his ankle, the restless teen eventually turns to voyeurism as a means of alleviating his boredom. Kale's clandestine new hobby leads him to spy on his neighbors, where he discovers Ashley (Roemer), the daughter of a new family next door. In typical teenage fashion, Kale promptly falls head over heels for Ashley. Unfortunately, this blossoming romance is abruptly sidetracked when Kale stumbles onto the knowledge that another one of his neighbors, Mr. Turner (David Morse) - is actually a serial killer.
Continuing her reign in terror movie roles, Roemer followed up her impressive turn in "Disturbia" with the lead role in Hyde Park Entertainment's "Asylum" (2007), another youth-oriented thriller. In it, Roemer played Madison, a college student who discovers that her dormitory was once a notorious asylum for the mentally insane.
|Horizon Christian Academy High School|
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