American Actress Sara Rue - Top 5 Facts
Learn all the top 5 facts you need to know about the American actress Sara Rue.
Sara Rue is best known for her role as 'Carmen Ferrara' on the American teenage drama series 'Popular.' She is also known for her performance as 'Claude Casey' on 'Less than Perfect' and she hosted The CW reality series 'Shedding for the Wedding' in 2011. She acted in the recurring role of 'Brenda' in the American sitcom 'Rules of Engagement.'
Additionally, Sara Rue played the regular role of Kim on the short-lived ABC sitcom 'Malibu Country,' and appeared in the main cast of the TV Land comedy series 'Impastor.' She is also recognized from her role as 'Olivia Caliban' in the second season of 'A Series of Unfortunate Events.' Below, we compiled some important facts you need to know about the actress, so you get to know her better.
Sara Rue's Early Life
Sara Rue was born in New York City on January 26, 1979. She was named Sara Schlackman by her parents. She is Jewish by ethnicity.
Sara Rue was born in New York City.
Sara Rue's father Marc Schlackman worked as a stage manager and her mother Joan Schlackman (née Rue) worked as a municipal employee and former actress. She is the elder of two daughters, both raised in New York, where her parents were active in Broadway theater.
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Sara Rue Began Her Acting Career at the Age of Nine
Sara Rue began acting at the early age of nine when she got an opportunity to appear in the 1988 film 'Rocket Gibraltar' as Kevin Spacey's daughter. She also played the role of young Roseanne on the TV show 'Roseanne.'
Sara Rue began acting at the early age of nine in the 1988 film 'Rocket Gibraltar.'
Besides, Sara Rue starred in the comedy show 'Grand' and went on to appear on 'Phenom,' 'Minor Adjustments,' 'Zoe,' 'Duncan,' 'Jack & Jane,' 'ER,' 'The Division,' and 'Popular.' She starred in the major role of 'Claude Casey' on the ABC sitcom 'Less than Perfect' from 2002 to 2006. Similarly, she also appeared in numerous movies like 'A Map of the World,' 'Can't Hardly Wait,' 'A Slipping Down Life,' 'Idiocracy,' and 'Gypsy 83.'
Sara Rue's Career Breakthroughs
In 2006, Sara Rue appeared in the 2006 Mike Judge film 'Idiocracy,' in the role of the Attorney General. She also guest-starred in 'Two and a Half Men' as Berta's pregnant youngest daughter. Another of her guest-starring came on the CBS sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory,' playing Leonard Hofstadter's physician girlfriend Dr. Stephanie Barnett for three episodes.
Sara made her career breakthroughs in the 2000's.
In October 2010, Rue became a part of the cast of 'Rules of Engagement' in a recurring role as Brenda, Jeff and Audrey's surrogate. She also starred in the ABC show Malibu Country as Reba McEntire's upbeat trophy wife neighbor, Kim Sallinger. Since 2014, Rue makes appearances on the CBS sitcom 'Mom' for her recurring role of Candace. Similarly, she got cast as a main character Dora in the TV Land comedy 'Impastor' till its cancellation in 2016.
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Sara Rue's Personal Life
Sara Rue-who recently underwent weight loss-is currently married to her husband Kevin Price. Kevin is a teacher by profession. The couple married on May 21, 2011, with the ceremony celebrated in a traditional Jewish wedding. The duo welcomed their first child a daughter in February 2013.
Sara Rue is currently married to her husband Kevin Price.
Kevin and Sara adopted a second daughter in November 2016. Sara's marriage to Kevin is her second one, the first one being to the filmmaker Mischa Livingstone. Sara and Mischa got married in 2001 and divorced in 2007.
Sara Rue Also Wrote And Starred in a Show on The CW called 'Poseurs'
In December 2011, an announcement was made that Rue would be writing and starring in a new show on The CW called 'Poseurs.' The show was about a young woman named Lucy whose life is upended when her fiancé moves out and her fresh-from-rehab collegiate-best friend, Alexandra, moves in.
Sara Rue was involved in the writing and starring a new show on The CW called 'Poseurs.'
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The series then progresses as their friendship turns into a relationship as they eventually pose as a lesbian couple and actually get married in order to stay in the nice apartment building that only allows married couples.
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