Sarah Clarke

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Sarah Clarke
Sarah Clarke
Xander Berkeley and Clarke on the set of 24 in 2002.
Birthday/Birthplace (1972-02-16) February 16, 1972
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Other names Sarah Berkeley
Sarah Lively
Profession(s) Actress
Active Years 2000–present
Wife/Husband Xander Berkeley (m. 2002)
Kid(s) 2

Sarah Lively Clarke (St. Louis, Missouri, February 16, 1972), better known as Sarah Clarke , is an American actress. Among her works is Nina Myers in the television series 24 and also her role as Renée Dwyer, the mother of Bella Swan, in the movie Twilight, as well as McGuire Erin in the short-lived television program, Trust Me.

Sarah Clarke’s Biography

Clarke was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of Carolyn, a housewife, and Ernest Clarke, an engineer.

He attended John Burroughs School in San Luis (Missouri) and Indiana University, where he studied Fine Arts and Italian. While studying at the UI, Clarke became a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta brotherhood. She started in the Beta chapter in 1990.

Sarah became interested in acting while studying abroad during her last year in Bologna, Italy. Upon his return to the United States, he began studying architectural photography. He received free acting classes in exchange for taking photographs of a cultural arts center, and studied acting at the Circle in the Square Theater School, the Axis Theater Company and the Cabaña de Sauce Theater Company.

Sarah Clarke Net Worth – $2 Million

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