Sara Sevigny is a Chicago based actor, singer, improviser, and playwright who has worked professionally in Los Angeles and Chicago for over 20 years. Film and Television credits include Empire, The Gabriels, Rogers Park, Cold War, Hot Date, Mindgames, Play by Play, and Other People’s Children.
A proud member of SAG-AFTRA, AGMA and Actor’s Equity Association, Sara’s theater credits include work with Lyric Opera Chicago, Paramount, Broadway Playhouse, Chicago Children’s Theatre, About Face, TimeLine, and The Hypocrites. She won her first Equity Joseph Jefferson Award for Supporting Actress in a Musical in 2007 for Porchlight Music Theatre’s production Assassins as well as Strawdog Theater Company’s Best Ensemble award winning Marathon ’33.
Sara currently resides as an ensemble member and playwright with The Factory Theater in Chicago, where League of Awesome and Zombie Broads (her latest collaboration with writing partner Corrbette Pasko) were first produced. She and Corri have created a new YouTube series, ‘Get In The Car’. You should subscribe. You can here.
Hailing from Evanston, Illinois, Sara graduated with her BA in Theatre/Communications from Curry College, trained at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and graduated Second City’s Conservatory program. She is repped by Gray Talent Group and Principato Young Entertainment. She also likes unsweetened green tea lemonade, in case you wanted to get her one. It tastes like sunshine.