Sarah Edmondson is a Canadian actress.
Date of birth
She was born on June 22, 1977.
To be updated.
Edmondson studied in the theatre program at Lord Byng Secondary School, Vancouver, BC. She then graduated from Concordia University, Montreal, with a BFA in Theatre Performance.
She is married to Anthony Ames, a fellow actor and former Ivy-League Quarterback.
Not yet established.
She has performed in a variety of YTV programs including Are You Afraid of the Dark, Student Bodies, Big Wolf on Campus and in series such as Stargate SG-1, Andromeda, Godiva's, Edgemont and Continuum.
In 2007, Edmondson was nominated for the Leo Awards in the category of "Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Short Drama" for her role in the Sparklelite Motel.
Edmondson is also a playwright. She performed her first play, a solo show, entitled Dead Bird, at the 2005 Chutzpah Festival.
Edmondson starred in Lifetime Television's Killer Hair and Hostile Makeover, and A Gun to the Head in 2009, followed by J.J. Abrams's series Fringe in 2010.
Most recently, Edmondson has been seen in a series of TV series and movies for Hallmark Channel, including When Calls the Heart, Love at First Bark starring Jana Kramer, Wedding' March 2: Resorting to Love, and At Home in Mitford, based on the novel of the same name starring Andie MacDowell and Cameron Mathison.
She has created original voices for various Barbie, Bratz and Polly Pocket movies. She also voices a number of animated series, including the characters of Lori in Transformers: Cybertron, Atlanta in Class of the Titans, Thea Stilton in Geronimo Stilton, and Sydney Gardner in Max Steel. Edmondson voiced the character of Windy Whistles in the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic season seven episode "Parental Glideance".
Edmondson was involved in the Albany, New York-based organization NXIVM. After leaving it in early 2017, she publicly denounced the organization, claiming that she was invited into "DOS," a substructure within NXIVM operated by Keith Raniere and Allison Mack, and was branded with Raniere's and Mack's initials at Mack's Albany home. Edmondson showed the brand in a New York Times exposé of NXIVM.
Edmondson filed a complaint with the New York State Department against osteopathic medical physician Danielle Roberts, alleging that Roberts performed the branding. The agency replied that it lacked jurisdiction because the alleged actions did not occur in a doctor-patient relationship, and advised Edmondson to report the matter to the police.
After the allegations from Edmondson and others, Roberts was suspended from practice in a Wisconsin Hospital System where she had practiced between 2012 and 2014. Raniere and Mack were subsequently arrested on charges related to DOS; a trial was scheduled for January 2019.
Edmondson was the subject of a 2018 CBC podcast: Uncover: Escaping NXIVM, which is an investigative podcast series about the group, its leader Keith Raniere and one woman's journey to get out.
Her memoir, Scarred: The True Story of How I Escaped NXIVM, the Cult That Bound My Life, was published by Chronicle Books in September 2019.
|Born||22nd June, 1977|
|Home City||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|