• Born Sarah Evelyn Habel in 1982 in Michigan, USA
• Graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in theater in 2004
• Began acting career in 2006 and has appeared in films and TV series such as The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations, Underemployed, and Riverdale
• Estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2019
• Active on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
- 1 Who is Sarah Habel?
- 2 Early life and education: Growing up in Michigan with a mysterious family
- 3 Career: From the grand stage to the flat screen
- 4 Love life: Does she have a boyfriend?
- 5 Is she a feminist?
- 6 Sarah on genres and acting
- 7 What is Sarah Habel’s Net Worth?
- 8 Body measurements
- 9 Social media presence
Who is Sarah Habel?
Born Sarah Evelyn Habel under the sign of Leo on the 30th of July 1982 in Michigan USA, Sarah is a 36-year-old Caucasian actress. She is perhaps best known to the world for portraying Geraldine Grundy in The CW Television Network’s crime mystery drama TV series entitled “Riverdale”. She has also played a number of other characters over the course of her often lucrative acting career since 2007.
Early life and education: Growing up in Michigan with a mysterious family
Sarah was raised in her birthplace by her father and mother of still unknown names and professions, and she apparently doesn’t have any siblings. Regarding her early childhood interests, she remains secretive on this matter, but is generally believed to have harbored a passion for the dramatic arts. As for her education, she attended an unspecified high school in her birthplace, from where she matriculated in 2000. After that, she chose to further her studies by enrolling into Michigan State University, from where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater in 2004. This didn’t prove to be enough for her though, so for a year she underwent more theater studies across unspecified institutions in New York City, and even London.
Career: From the grand stage to the flat screen
Habel began her acting career in 2006 by joining the cast of the touring Wild Swan Children’s Theater, which is conveniently based in Michigan. Soon she passed her first casting for the big screen, and made her short film debut as Emily in “Beginning of Grief”. Two years later, she showed up as Elizabeth Brown in “The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations”, and in the same year made both her film and TV series debuts by starring as Lucy Platko in “The Beast”, and her first lead role as Corbi in “Whip It”. Besides one role in 2009, she had another five in 2010, appearing in well-established shows including “CSI: NY” and “Cold Case”. 2011 was a bit less active for Sarah, with only two realized roles, though the one that stood out was her appearance as Kendra in “Hostel: Part III”. She continued 2012 with the same momentum, as Daphne in the TV show entitled “Underemployed”, in which she remained for 12 episodes until 2013. In 2014, she was seen in one more film, and played the significant role of Eve Parker in 10 episodes of “Rush”.
Her latest five years in the business
In 2015, Sarah proved herself as a voice actress as well, by lending her voice to Judy in “Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn”, which is a horror 3D animation. For a thus-far unspecified reason, Sarah took a break from acting until 2017, at which point she made her lead role presence as Abby in the film entitled “Atomica”, and went on to leave her most noted mark yet, by appearing as Geraldine Grundy in six episodes of the super popular TV series entitled “Riverdale”, four of which are part of the first season, while the other two came with the next release, all in 2017 though.
Again, for reasons unbeknownst to the media, Sarah is at the moment on another break from acting, and has been since “Riverdale”. Since she is yet to announce any kind of retirement from the entertainment business, the public can assume that her career is still ongoing.
Love life: Does she have a boyfriend?
When it comes to Sarah’s romantic involvements, there is really little information, due to Habel’s customary secrecy and lack of contact with the media, so her fans are left wondering whether she ever dated anyone at all. However, with a careful look at her Instagram feed in 2014, one can find a specific picture of Sarah and her mother, which she says was taken on her wedding day; she also appears to be wearing a wedding ring, but Sarah’s husband remains a complete mystery. It doesn’t look like they have children, while their plans for the future, and their place of residence are also completely private.
— Sarah (@sarahhabel) January 10, 2017
Is she a feminist?
When on the 26th of January 2017 Sarah retweeted a post by HuffPostWomen with the description ‘XXXX’, it made many fans wonder whether she is a women’s rights activist. The original post says ‘Time’s powerful new cover reminds the world the resistance to trump has arrived huff.to/2juzm3v’. Since it is a custom for feminists to spread propaganda against current US President Donald Trump, her retweet came across as somewhat confusing to her fans, considering that she only ever posts about the titles she’s featured in, and her random lightweight thoughts. Sarah herself doesn’t really claim to be a feminist, but in either case, her retweet is sure to have attracted another type of audience – those who vibe with the insinuated movement.
Sarah on genres and acting
On the 20th of March 2017, Sarah was interviewed by horrorgeeklife.com, a site that mostly talks about the horror genre, thanks to her performance in “Atomica” (sci-fi), though “Riverdale” was also in the making, and her role in “Hostel: Part III” definitely contributed to the interview. When asked about the genres she prefers, seeing as she already tried comedy, mystery, horror, action and sci-fi, Sarah said ‘I love any genre. It’s like a specific kind of play to play in. I’m up for whatever genre feels right, and whichever character feels right.’ To summarize, Sarah explained that she would love to try all the genres, and she wouldn’t like to be more comfortable with one of them in comparison to the others. In her own words, ‘actors are chameleons’, and she aims to fully live out that definition.
What is Sarah Habel’s Net Worth?
Have you considered the potential net worth of Sarah Habel, as of the middle of 2019? Well authoritative sources estimate that her net worth is close to $1 million, earned by lending her acting expertise to various titles throughout her career, particularly for playing Geraldine Grundy in “Riverdale”. Seeing as Sarah tends to take breaks from acting, but always eventually comes back, her career can be concluded as far from over, and thus the said value will surely grow.
So, what are Sarah Habel’s physical specifications? She is known to be 5ft 2ins (157cm) tall, weighs around 108lbs (49kgs), and her vital statistics are 32-24-34; her dress, bra and shoe sizes aren’t known, but her body shape is often described as fit. Her hair is light brown with blond dye trails, her eyes are dark green and her complexion is mostly bright with a tan.
Social media presence
Like practically any other actress today, Sarah is expected to have a presence across the most popular social media platforms, so as to maintain the interest of the audience. Sarah herself is not overly interested in maintaining a highly active acting career, but has accounts on three of the most popular social media networks. Her Facebook page has almost 6,000 fans, her Twitter nearly 30,000, and her Instagram just over 26,000 followers.