Sarah Habel Age, Net Worth, Husband, Family, Height and Biography

sarah habel
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Name Sarah Habel
Date of Birth 30 July 1982
Age 41 Years Old
Gender Female

Sarah Habel Net Worth

$1.5 Million

Sarah Habel aka Sarah Evelyn Habel is an American actress and model. As of 2023, Sarah Habel’s net worth is $1.5 million. Sarah has found the limelight in her career after starring in the 2012 comedy-drama television series, Underemployed.

She then found another famous role in the teen drama series, Riverdale. She has been in many other films such as The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations (2009), Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn (2015), Red & Blue Marbles (2011), American Virgin (2009), Hostel: Part III (2011), etc. She has also acted in television shows such as Hawaii Five-0 (2012), Cold Case (2010), The Deep End (2010), Underemployed (2012-2013), Party Down (2010), etc.

Sarah Habel Wiki/Biography

Born on 30 July 1982, Sarah Habel’s age is 41 Years Old as of 2023. Her birthplace was in Michigan in the United States of America where she grew up and spent her early life. She holds an American nationality and has her not belief in religion. Sarah currently resides in LA, USA.

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Sarah Habel Childhood Pic

Sarah had her early schooling at a local school in Michigan. Then she went to a local high school. She completed her high school graduation and pursued further education. For that, she selected Michigan State University and from there she got her post-secondary graduation. She also got her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre in 2004 from the University of Michigan.

Name Sarah Habel
Full Name Sarah Evelyn Habel
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Date of Birth 30 July 1982
Age 41 Years Old
Birth Place Michigan, United States
Currently Live In LA, USA
Profession Actress and Model
Debut TV Series: The Beast (2009)
Film: Beginning of Grief (2007)
Years Active 2007 – Present
Famous Role Daphne Glover in the MTV Television Series Underemployed (2012 – 2013)
Nationality American
Ethnicity White Caucasian
Hometown Michigan, United States
Zodiac Sign Leo
School/High School Local High School, Michigan
College/University Michigan State University, Michigan
Education Qualification Bachelor of Arts

Family, Husband & Relationships

Sarah Habel’s father’s name is Mr. Habel who is a businessman by profession and her mother’s name is Mrs. Habel who is a housewife. She was raised in a Michigan household. She also has no siblings.

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Sarah Habel with her Mother

Sarah’s relationship status is Married, however the name of her husband is not disclosed by Sarah. She has one daughter with her husband.

Father Name Mr. Habel
Mother Name Mrs. Habel
Brother Name
Sister Name
Marital Status Married
Husband Name
Children 1

Physical Appearance

Sarah is a beautiful actor. She stands as tall as 5 ft 2 inches (158 cm). She maintains a healthy pro-biotic diet. She weighs around 49 kg (108 lbs). She has a slim and toned body. Sarah’s body measurements are breast size of 32 inches, a waist size of 24 inches, and a hips size of 34 inches. Sarah wears a US size 33 bra.

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Sarah wears US size 7 shoes. It is speculated that she wears a US size 4 dress. When it comes to ethnicity, Sarah is a White Caucasian woman. Her eyes are beautiful and brown in color. She has glossy brown hair. Sarah is a heterosexual (straight) female. Her star sign is Leo.

Height (approx) in centimeters: 158 cm
in meters: 1.58 m
in feet inches: 5’ 2”
Weight (approx) in kilograms: 49 kg
in pounds: 108 lbs
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Brown


Sarah was first seen in the 2007 short film, Beginning of Grief. Sarah was appointed to portray the character of Emily in this film. In Seth Grossman’s 2009 science fiction psychological horror thriller film, The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations, Sarah was cast in the role of Elizabeth Brown.

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She has cast alongside, Catherine Towne, Melissa Jones, Emily Sutton-Smith, Dennis North, Kevin Yon, Richard Wilkinson, Ulysses Hernandez, Linda Boston, Trevor Callaghan, Peter Malota, Daniel Spink, Sonya Ayakian, Alexis Sturr, Andrea Foster, Chantel Giacalone, Michael D. Ellison, Chris Carmack, Lynch Travis, Mia Serafino, Hugh Maguire, Michael Place, Rachel Miner. The film had its premiere at the After Dark Horrorfest III in 2009. The film grossed $708K at the box office. The film received mostly poor reviews.

She then got a part in Drew Barrymore’s 2009 sports comedy-drama film, Whip It. Sarah was given the role of Corbi to portray in this film.

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The film also included casts such as Carlo Alban, Landon Pigg, Elliot Page (credited as Ellen Page in this film), Zoë Bell, Juliette Lewis, Jimmy Fallon, Kristen Wiig, Ari Graynor, Eve, Har Mar Superstar, Alia Shawkat, Marcia Gay Harden, Daniel Stern, Drew Barrymore, Andrew Wilson.

The film was first premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. It grossed $16.6 million at the box office while it was made with a $15 million base budget. The film received a positive barrage of reviews and has an 84% approval rating and a 7/10 average rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film was inspired by Shauna Cross’s novel titled, Derby Girl.

In Clare Kilner’s 2009 comedy film, American Virgin, Sarah was cast in the role of Becca Kurtzman.

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The ensemble list for the film included actors such as Michael Dailey, Jenna Dewan, Jean Lyle Lepard, Bridgette Pechman, Brianne Davis, Rob Schneider, Ashley Schneider, Elan Moss-Bachrach, Bo Burnham, Ben Marten, Chase Ryan Jeffery.

Sarah appeared in the 2010 film, Unrequited where she was cast as Jessica Morgan.

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In this film, she was cast in the role of Jessica Morgan. She got a small part of a Flight Attendant in the 2011 film, Red & Blue Marbles.

In Scott Spiegel’s 2011 horror film, Hostel: Part III, Sarah was cast in the role of Kendra.

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The film gathered a sum of $6 million at the box office. The film included an ensemble cast of Skyler Stone, Brian Hallisay, Derrick Carr, Barry Livingston, Kip Pardue, John Hensley, Alicia Vela-Bailey, Frank Alvarez, Tim Holmes, Nickola Shreli, Evelina Oboza, Kelly Thiebaud, Zulay Henao, Thomas Kretschmann, Chris Coy. The film has a 67% approval rating and a 6/10 average rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

In the 2014 film, Warren Sarah landed the next role of her career. She was cast in the role of Emma Monarch in the film.

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Sarah next acted in Krisztian Majdik and Zebediah De Soto’s 2015 computer-animated horror film, Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn. Sarah shared the screen with Cornell Womack, Erin Braswell, Mike Diskint, Tom Sizemore, Jesse Corti, Anastasia Roark, Tech N9ne, Danielle Harris, Bill Moseley, Tony Todd, Joseph Pilato, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Alona Tal, and R. Madhavan. The film was first screened at the 2015 Walker Stalker Fan Fest. Sarah was cast as the character Judy in this film.

In Dagen Merrill’s 2017 science fiction thriller film, Atomica, Sarah was cast in the role of Abby Dixon. The film included a cast of Dominic Monaghan, Sarah-Eve Gazitt, and Tom Sizemore.

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Sarah was first seen in a television role with her portrayal of Lucy Platko in 2009’s crime drama series, The Beast which was created by Vincent Angell and William Rotko. The series had the main casting of Patrick Swayze and Travis Fimmel. She was seen in Season 1’s 1st and 2nd episodes.

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She was seen in David Hemingson’s 2010 legal drama series, The Deep End. The series also included a cast of Tina Majorino, Billy Zane, Mehcad Brooks, Matt Long, Leah Pipes, Nicole Ari Parker, Norbert Leo Butz, Ben Lawson, Clancy Brown. She was seen in the 1st episode of Season 1.

In Anthony E. Zuiker, Ann Donahue, and Carol Mendelsohn’s police procedural television series, Crime Scene Investigation: New York, Sarah was cast in the role of Sarah Cates. She was seen in season 6’s 16th episode.

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