Sara Rue (born 26 January 1979) is a talented actress and seasoned TV personality.
She is the personality who is best known for her role as Claudia ‘Claude’ Casey in the ABC sitcom ‘Less Than Perfect.’
She began her acting career as a child actress in films and television shows, including ‘Rocket Gibraltar‘ and ‘Grand.’
Sara Rue went on to become one of the most well-known television actors.
|Wiki Facts & About Data|
|Full Name:||Sara Schlackman|
|Stage Name:||Sara Rue|
|Born:||26 January 1979 (age 42 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||New York, New York, United States|
|Parents:||Marc Schlackman, Joan Schlackman|
|Husband • Spouse:||Kevin Price (m. 2011), Mischa Livingstone (m. 2001–2007)|
|Boyfriend • Partner:||N/A|
|Children:||Talulah Rue Price, Adelaide Rue Price|
|Occupation:||Actress • TV Personality|
|Net Worth:||US$1 million|
Sara Rue‘s birth name is Sara Schlackman. Marc Schlackman and Joan Schlackman are her parents.
She was born on 26th January 1979 in New York City, United States. Her mother was a former actress, and her father was a stage manager, both of whom worked on Broadway.
At just the age of nine, Sara Rue made her acting debut by featuring in the 1988 drama movie, Rocket Gibraltar.
She was Jessica Hanson in the movie.
Sara Rue married Mischa Livingstone, a British film director, writer, and producer, in 2001. In 2007, She and Livingstone divorced.
Following her divorce from Mischa Livingstone, she began dating Kevin Price, a teacher.
Sara Rue married Kevin Price on May 21, 2011, after dating him for four years. Sara Rue and Price welcomed Talulah Rue Price into the world on February 9, 2013. Adelaide Rue Price, the couple’s adoptive daughter, was born in October 2016.
Sara Rue attended Professional Children School as a child. There is no information about the university she attended.
Sara Rue returned to film in 1998, appearing in a couple of minor roles in films such as ‘Can’t Hardly Wait and ‘Nowhere to Go.’
The following year, she starred as Violet in the romantic drama film, ‘A Slipping-Down Life‘ and then as Debbie in the movie, ‘A Map of the World,’ which was based on the same-titled novel.
She was cast as Carmen Ferrara in the teen comedy-drama series ‘Popular‘ in 1999. She appeared in 43 episodes between 1999 and 2001 as the character.
She starred as Gypsy Vale in the Todd Stephens-directed drama film, ‘Gypsy 83’ in 2001. She also starred as Nurse Martha in the romantic period war drama film ‘Pearl Harbor‘ in the same year.
In 2002, she was cast as Claudia ‘Claude’ Casey in the popular American sitcom, ‘Less Than Perfect,’ which gave her her breakout role. From 2002 until 2006, she played the character in 81 episodes.
She featured as Gabby Castellani in ‘This Time Around.’ It was aired on the ABC Family Channel in 2003
In 2005, Sara Rue starred in the short film ‘Barbara Jean‘ in which she played the titular role. She acted in a few movies the following year, including Danny Roane: First Time Director and ‘Idiocracy.’
She also starred in the 2006 television film, ‘Play Nice.’ She appeared in popular TV shows such as ‘Two and a Half Men,’ ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ and ‘Leverage‘ from 2006 until 2009.
Sara Rue starred as Penny Higgins in the fantasy comedy-drama television series, ‘Eastwick‘ from 2009 to 2010. ‘The Witches of Eastwick‘ by John Updike, inspired the series.
In 2010, she landed the starring part of Candy in the comedy film ‘For Christ’s Sake,’ directed by Jackson Douglas.
She also starred as Shira Cole in an episode of the popular medical drama television series ‘Private Practice‘ in the same year.
Sara Rue starred as Brenda in the hit sitcom, ‘Rules of Engagement‘ from 2010 to 2013.
In 2011, she hosted the reality television show ‘Shedding for the Wedding.’ She also starred in the television film ‘My Future Boyfriend‘ in the same year.
She starred as Kim Sallinger in the ABC sitcom, ‘Malibu Country‘ from 2012 to 2013.
She had a significant role in the romantic comedy film, ‘Miss Dial‘ in 2013.
Sara Rue was cast in another recurring role in the ‘CBS’ network’s sitcom, ‘Mom‘ in 2014. Sara Rue appeared in seven episodes of ‘Mom‘ between 2014 and 2016, playing Candace.
She acted as Karen Delfs in seven episodes of ‘Bones‘ from 2016 to 2017.
She starred as Nancy Granville in the ABC sitcom, ‘American Housewife‘ from 2017 to 2018.
She also starred as Olivia Caliban in seven episodes of the grim comedy-drama online series, ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events‘ in 2018.
In addition to films and television programs, Sara Rue‘s also featured on ‘Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show, ‘Entertainment Tonight‘, ‘TheLate Show with Craig Ferguson‘, ‘Good Morning America‘, and ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!‘ among other notable talk shows.
Loved on the television screen, Sara Rue is an American actress with a US$1 million net worth.
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