Sarah Drew is an American actress, director and producer. She is known for playing Hannah Rogers in The WB family drama series Everwood and Dr. April Kepner in the ABC medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy.
Birthday / Date of Birth
Sarah Drew was born on October 1, 1980 in Stony Brook, New York, United States.
She is currently 38 years old.
Sarah attended the Ward Melville High School in Setauket, New York, before graduating from the University Of Virginia in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in drama. Meanwhile, she also started acting in school plays and community theater.
- Father – Rev. Charles Drew (Senior Pastor)
- Mother – Dr. Jeannie Drew (Teacher)
- Siblings – Allen Drew (Brother) (Pastor)
- Others – Ben McKenzie (Cousin) (Actor)
Boyfriend / Spouse
Sarah has dated –
- Peter Lanfer (2002-Present) – Sarah Drew and Peter Lanfer, a lecturer at UCLA, first met in 2002, after which they got married the same year in the month of June. The couple welcomed their first child, a son, Micah Emmanuel, on January 18, 2012, after which they became parents to their daughter, Hannah Mali Rose, on December 3, 2014. They have been together for more than 17 years.
- Feet – 5 feet 4½ inches
- Centimeters – 164 cm
- Meters – 1.64 m
- Kilograms – 54 kg
- Pounds – 119 lbs
- Measurements – 34-24-35
- Bust – 34 inches
- Waist – 24 inches
- Hip – 35 inches
- Bra Size – 32B
Sarah’s hair has been spotted in varied hues like blonde, auburn and black, Red being her prominently preferred shade.
She wears a size 7.5 (US) shoe.
Her dress size is 4 (US).
Starring in the role of Hannah Rogers in The WB drama series Everwood from 2004 to 2006. Portraying the character of Dr. April Kepner in the medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy.
Sarah made her theatrical movie debut in the semi-biographical sports drama film directed by Mike Tollin, Radio in 2003, in which she was cast as Mary Helen.
Sarah’s first television job came in 1997 in the form of a voice gig, where she gave voice to the character Stacy Rowe in the American adult animated sitcom Daria from 1997 to 2001. The TV show aired on MTV from 1997 to 2002, with Sarah had her part in 28 episodes of the series until 2001.
Sarah had her professional stage debut in Romeo and Juliet as Juliet at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey in 2001.
In 2003, she had her first Broadway appearance in Vincent in Brixton, and later moved to London’s West End.
Sarah has not endorsed any brand yet.
Sarah Drew Favorites
- Favorite Childhood Memory – Dinner Time with The Family
- Favorite Healthy Meal – Broiled Salmon with a Salad
Sarah Drew Net worth
Sarah’s net worth is estimated to be $3 million dollars as of 2019. She lives with her family in a 1926 Tudor style home in Glendale, California. They bought this amazing house for around $900,000 in 2006 that boasts three bedrooms, two baths, a heated swimming pool & spa, Batchelder tile fireplace and including a detached guest unit. She’s spotted driving her Toyota Sienna on numerous occasion.
Social Media Profiles
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sarah Drew
- She developed liking for acting at a very young age and appeared in school productions as well as actively involved in community theater with Take One Theatre Arts and summer stock.
- Sarah began her professional career while still in high school. She got a voice role offer on the animated series Daria in 1997.
- In 2001, Sarah portrayed Juliet in her professional stage debut in Romeo and Juliet at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey.
- Sarah was a part of the Broadway in 2003 in Vincent in Brixton.
- One of her beauty secrets is that she always wear sunblock.
- Some of her commercially successful movies are Radio, Moms’ Night Out and American Pastime.
- Sarah has spoken at the University of Virginia’s 2016 Valediction.
- In 2018, Sarah starred as Christine Cagney in a reboot pilot of the 1980s hit show ‘Cagney & Lacey’. Television network CBS passed the pilot in May 2018.
- In March 2018, it was announced that Drew, along with Jessica Capshaw, would be exiting the series. Showrunner Krista Vernoff stated that the decision was purely creative, not budgetary.