Who is Sarah Lind?
Sarah Lind was born on 22 July 1982, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and is an actress, best known for her work in various television shows. These include “Edgemont “, “Mentors”, and “True Justice” in which she played the role of Sarah Montgomery opposite Steven Seagal’s character, and stayed for its two-season run.
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The Wealth of Sarah Lind
As of early-2020, Sarah Lind’s net worth is estimated to be over $2 million, earned thanks to a successful career in the field of acting which she has been a part of since 1998. While she has primarily been in Canadian programming and films, she has also made her way to Hollywood numerous times.
Sarah grew up in Regina, and at a young age developed an interest in pursuing acting. She began taking up auditions during her teens, with one of her first roles being the television movie “The Lost Daughter”. She also appeared as a guest in “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show” before gaining her first notable role in the series “Mentors” in which she played the character, Dee Sampson.
The series aired on Discovery Kids and follows the story of a genius who uses his knowledge in computers to help bring back to life key historical figures for around 36 hours.
She portrayed the close friends of the main character Oliver Cates who use the device to learn more about history and fix some of their daily problems. She stayed with the show for two seasons and while doing so, continued making guest appearances in other shows.
In 2002, she then made her foray into film work. Some of her earliest projects include “Fetching Cody”, “A Problem with Fear”, and “Severed”.
Edgemont and Other Projects
In 2001, Lind was cast as one of the series regulars in “Edgemont”. As the show connotes, it deals with the lives of several teenagers living in the fictitious suburb of Edgemont in Canada.
The show aired on CBC for five seasons with the teenagers shown attending McKinley High School. Some of the themes discussed during the show include racism, romance, jealousy, homosexuality, and intrigue. The show received good reviews for its entire run, and even found a bit of popularity in several countries such as France. While with the show, she also appeared in other shows such as “Human Cargo” and “Five Days to Midnight”.
After the show, she continued taking up acting projects and began to take more roles in shows being filmed in the US. She made guest appearances in “Smallville” and “Blade: The Series”, based on the film franchise of the same name which in turn, is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name.
She also appeared in the film “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” which is based on the Ron Hansen novel of the same name released during the early 1980s.
Continued Acting Work and True Justice
In 2008, Sarah was cast in a small role in “Personal Effects”, based on the short story by Rick Moody “Mansion on the Hill”, and starred Michelle Pfeiffer, Kathy Bates and Ashton Kutcher. The following year she worked on “What Goes Up” playing the role of Peggy Popoladopolous, which starred Hilary Duff, Josh Peck and Steve Koogan, and tells the story of a reporter who tries to create a story of a teacher who makes it into the crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger, only to discover that the teacher’s students are dysfunctional.
In 2010, she then attracted more mainstream attention as she was cast in one of the main roles in the show “True Justice” which ran for two seasons. The show was created by Steven Seagal and also stars him as the leader of a special investigation unit based in Seattle, Washington. The show won a Leo Award for its stunts, and got a bit of attention thanks to its action and stunt work, but was eventually put on hiatus due to a lack of support for another season. Following that work, she made a guest appearance in “Arctic Air” before gaining a role in the film “Wolf Cop”.
A few of Lind’s latest projects include an appearance in “Fargo”, based on the film of the same name released in 1996. The show was created by Noah Hawley and has been running for at least three seasons, though she was only a guest. She also made an appearance in the series “Taken” which is based on the film trilogy of the same name which starred Liam Neeson. The show’s premise takes place years before the original show, portraying a younger version of Liam’s character, played by Clive Standen, but was canceled after two seasons due to a general lack of interest from the audience.
In recent years, a few of her latest projects include “The Exorcism of Molly Hartley” which was released direct to video, in which she portrayed the titular victim. In 2017, she worked on the film “The Humanity Bureau” which stars her alongside Nicolas Cage, and follows the story of a fictional bureau in a future dystopian US, where inefficient citizens are deported to a place called New Eden. The film received generally negative reviews. She has been more focused on television movies, appearing in “Last Night” and “A Beautiful Place to Die: A Martha’s Vineyard Mystery”.
Sarah married actor Tygh Runyhan in 2008 after years of dating. He is known for his roles in various films and television shows, mostly as a supporting character – some of his notable projects include “Road to Nowhere”, “Stargate Universe”, and “Versailles”. It is not known if the couple has any children as they don’t talk to the media about their relationship. She doesn’t post a lot about her personal life on social media, keeping her Instagram account mostly artistic in its theme, posting some photographs she’s taken and only posts there sporadically. Her husband is featured in a few of her posts.