Sarah Wayne Callies
June 1, 1977 (46)
Sarah Wayne Callies is an American actress most notably recognized for her roles in the television series “Prison Break” and “The Walking Dead.”
Callies has an array of memorable roles under her belt. She gained significant attention for her portrayal of Dr. Sara Tancredi in the Fox series “Prison Break,” a role she reprised in the 2017 revival of the show. Her role as Lori Grimes in the AMC series “The Walking Dead” made her a household name as well as film appearances including “Whisper” and “Black Gold.”
Callies’ worked with Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell in “Prison Break,” bringing a riveting love triangle to life. On “The Walking Dead,” her relationships with co-stars Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, and Steven Yeun captivated viewers. In “Colony,” she shared the screen with Josh Holloway and Peter Jacobson. Callies also crossed paths with Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis, and Alycia Debnam-Carey during her time on “Council of Dads.” Her collaboration with Nicolas Cage in the movie “Pay the Ghost” also cannot go unmentioned.
Over the years, Callies has not been a stranger to recognition for her work. She received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress on Television for her role in “The Walking Dead.” She also won the Voice Arts Award for her narration of the audiobook “The Poisonwood Bible.”