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Sarah Strange : Danielle

Sarah Strange is not a newcomer to the entertainment industry by any means. She was introduced to the world of acting at a very young age. Strange’s parents, L.S. Strange and Marc Strange, are the creators of the iconic Canadian television series “The Beachcombers.” Strange’s love for acting was evident at a young age and before she had even graduated high school Strange landed her first role as ‘Carol’ on the long running, critically acclaimed series “Madison.” Since then, Strange has built an impressive resume, including high profile television and feature film productions.

Early guest appearances included hit television shows such as “Stargate SG-1,” “The L Word,” “Dark Angel,” “Twilight Zone,” “The Chris Isaak Show,” “X-Files,” “The Outerlimits,” “Sliders” and “Poltergeist.” Other small screen lead roles include the Disney TV movie “Ladies and the
Champ” starring Olympia Dukakis and “The Piano Man`s Daughter” starring Stockard Channing and based on the novel by Timothy Findley.

Strange’s extensive credits also include several series regular roles in projects such as “DaVinci`s Inquest,” “ReGenesis” and “The Newsroom.” Strange played two contrasting roles in Ken Finkleman`s romantic comedy series “Foolish Heart” and spent a season on ABC`s “Life as We Know It.” ABC’s “Men In Trees” had Strange acting and singing for two seasons as well.

Recently Strange appeared in notable projects such as AMC’s “The Killing” and “Call Me Fitz” for HBO Canada. She also appeared on the internationally acclaimed Syfy Network series “Sanctuary” and as infamous gun slinging femme fatale ‘Annie Oakley’ in “The Murdoch Mysteries.”

Strange’s performances have earned her numerous accolades over the years including several nominations and taking home a Leo Award in 2006 for Best Actress in a Feature Film for her starring role in the independent feature “The Zero Sum” and a Gemini Award for Best Guest Performance by an Actress in a Series for “Neon Rider.”

Strange recently wrapped principal photography on “The Farm” for the CBC and “A Christmas To Remember” for Hallmark Channel. Sarah reprised her role in the fourth instalment of Hallmark Movie & Mysteries’ “Garage Sale Mystery” movie franchise with “Garage Sale Mystery: The Wedding Dress” in August 2015.