Sarah Ramos is an actress, writer, director and producer best known for playing Haddie Braverman on NBC’s “Parenthood.” Most recently, she was seen in Season 2 of the critically acclaimed series “The Bear” on FX as well as in Adam McKay’s HBO series “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty,” which follows the rise of the Los Angeles Lakers during the framed “Showtime” era in the 1980s, and previously was on Showtime’s “The Affair.”
In features, Ramos most recently appeared in Academy Award-winning filmmaker Damien Chazelle’s Babylon for Paramount opposite Margot Robbie and Jean Smart, and can be seen in The Boy Downstairs on Hulu. Ramos first made her appearance in the Hallmark universe when she starred in “A Kismet Christmas” last year.
Her first short film as co-writer/co-director, The Arm, won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2012. Shortly thereafter, she directed and starred in the short Fluffy with Max Minghella. She directed an episode of the docuseries “Marvel 616” on Disney+. Ramos wrote a short story featured on Audible Originals entitled “Zaddy” with Chris Messina voicing the titular role and she has adapted it into a feature film that she will direct. Alongside comedian Caroline Goldfarb, she hosted the podcast “The Renner Files,” which explores the infamous celebrity app for Jeremy Renner.