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Civilian - - Sarah Jeffery -

“Be­ing an ac­tor is not easy, but danc­ing has a shorter ca­reer span. Once your body starts ag­ing, to grow older, it starts to be­come a lit­tle hard to con­tinue that pro­fes­sion. And where I’m from, it’s a lit­tle harder to book jobs as a dancer – then acting started to feel like the right choice,” says Sarah Jef­fery. Orig­i­nally from Van­cou­ver, Bri­tish Columbia, she has been per­form­ing for most of her life: She started ap­pear­ing in mu­si­cals and stage pro­duc­tions as a dancer when she was three years old, and con­tin­ued on that path through­out her child­hood and teenage years, par­tic­i­pat­ing in dance com­pe­ti­tions and train­ing in the danc­ing pro­gram at her high school. But de­spite her ex­ten­sive dance back­ground and her ev­i­dent love for the art, Jef­fery has prob­a­bly been best known for her acting gigs, par­tic­u­larly for her ten­ure in FOX’s sci-fi drama series, Way­ward Pines, and her star­ring role in The CW’s 2018 re­boot of the 1998 series, Charmed.

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