Born and raised in Canada, Sarah Sanguin Carter spent her youth as a dancer, award-winning international public speaker and debater before going on to receive a scholarship to study the fine arts in Neuchatel, Switzerland. She returned home to Toronto to complete her education in Ryerson University’s acclaimed theater and dance program. Shortly thereafter, Carter made the move to California, booking regular roles
on several series including "Evie," Judd Apatow's "Undeclared," "Smallville" and "Shark." Carter
has also found great success in feature films, including New Line Cinema's "Final Destination 2"
and The Weinstein Company's "DOA."
More recently, Carter played the pivotal role of Diane in "The Vow" alongside Rachel McAdams,
Channing Tatum and Jessica Lang. She also starred as Maggie in Steven Spielberg's TNT series
"Falling Skies" opposite Noah Wyle, Moon Bloodgood, Will Patton and Connor Jessup. Outside of
acting, Carter pursues a parallel career in music. Her solo project, Before Three is available
online and noted for the single "I Want to Know You." With her band 'SanguinDrake,' Carter
has released 3 albums: Carnival Tracks, Pretty Tricks and Mandragora.
Carter takes pride in her extensive and varied philanthropic work. This includes working with atrisk
youth in Los Angeles to channel their stories and experiences into writing and performance,
serving as a spokesperson for The Breast Cancer Fund and Luna Bars, working to inspire
children in countries such as India, Cuba, China and Indonesia and building homes with Habitat