Sarah Ramos is an actress, writer, director and producer. She is most known for playing Haddie Braverman on NBC’s “Parenthood” and can currently be seen on Adam McKay’s HBO series “Winning Time.” Ramos can also be seen in the feature film The Boy Downstairs on Hulu opposite Zosia Mamet and also in TV on Showtime’s “The Affair.”
Her first short film as co-writer/co-director The Arm debuted to critical acclaim and won the Short Film Special Jury Prize at Sundance in 2012. Shortly thereafter, she directed and starred in the short Fluffy with Max Minghella. Ramos also recently directed an episode of the docuseries “Marvel 616” on Disney+. Ramos developed a pilot presentation for Disney+ that she directed and hosted called “Children’s Television Sausage Factory” produced by Dan Harmon and Matt Spicer with Dylan O’Brien & Brittany Snow starring. Ramos also recently wrote a short story for Audible Originals called Zaddy, where she voiced one of the lead roles alongside Chris Messina. Ramos hosted the podcast “The Renner Files” with Caroline Goldfarb and it explores the infamous celebrity app for Jeremy Renner.
During the recent pandemic, she created a popular series called "Quarantscenes" in which she comedically recreates iconic scenes from popular feature films and television. Other actors who have co-starred in the series include Elle Fanning, Dylan O'Brien and Aubrey Plaza. The series has received accolades via social media from Lin-Manuel Miranda, Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Andrew Garfield, among many others.
In 2017 she created, wrote and starred in the web series "City Girl" for Super Deluxe, Turner Media's web comedy platform. "City Girl" was performed based on a script Sarah wrote as a child, serving as a precursor to "Children's Television Sausage Factory."