Sarah Sokolovic: Compact Bio - Parents, Ethnicity and Personal Details
Sarah Sokolovic, American actress, best known for her role in 'Homeland,' has accumulated a fan base that is intrigued to know about every budding detail of her life.
If you are one of her fans willing to know about Sarah Sokolovic, then you have dropped into the right place. And for all her ardent admirers, there is every possible detail about this actress. So without further ado, let's get started!
Sarah Sokolovic's Personal Life
Theater artists Sarah - age 39 - was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Sarah is the daughter of her parents Domos 'Dan' Sokolovic and Donna Stowell. Further, she shares a beautiful bond with her brother and sister. She grew up in the working-class, on the edge of the West Allis district of Milwaukee.
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Her father worked for a mining equipment company and also managed local bands. Her dad loved music, and he even co-authored the book 'Elvis Presley.'
In pursuit of her acting career, at the age of 16, she auditioned and grabbed the role of reporter Gloria in a community-theater production of Damn Yankees. Julie, who possesses a white ethnicity, initially worked at the Milwaukee country zoo. She graduated from Yale University, School of Drama United States, in 2011.
Sarah Sokolovic started her career in theatre with the role of Betty in the musical 'The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World' at Playwrights Horizon in New York City. For the role, she was nominated for the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in Musical in 2012. Later she performed in the play 'Detroit' along with David Schwimmer, Amy Ryan, John Cullum, and Adam O'Byrne.
In 2013, Sarah performed along with Adam O'Byrne in the 'A Streetcar Named Desire' at the Yale Repertory Theatre. Also, she played a character, Gwen, a prostitute in the crime movies Cold Comes the Night.
In 2014, Sarah essayed the role of Maven Lyttle in a crime thriller 'Every Secret Thing' followed by the role of journalists in season five of Homeland. In February 2017, she appeared at the HBO's 'Big Little Lies' too.
Her professional life shows that she is committed to acting, and in an attempt to find out about her love life, she inquired about the same during an interview with the New York magazine back in 2012. She replied to the question saying that she was 'dating a play called Detroit.'
Sarah hasn't opened up about her details, including her dating affairs and her boyfriend. She may be single, but there stands a chance of her dating secretly with her boyfriend too. However, nothing can be confirmed until the lady in question speaks on the matter.
Adam Scott with Sarah Sokolovic during the firth episode of the second season in July 2019 (Photo: telltaletv.com)
Apart from her not so busy personal life, Sarah is landing bombs with her character of Tori in the series Big Little Lies. In the previous season of the show, the actress had little to offer to the audience but, even in that brief period, she hinted a significant change coming forward in the second chapter.
Playing the wife of Joseph in the series, Sarah suspects her husband being in a relationship with his co-worker Madeline as they both get admitted from a car accident in a hospital. As Sarah rushes to meet his injured husband, she comes face to face with Madeline and asks her if she is the one her husband is falling for.
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The season ends there with a cliff hanger, but season two raised the bar even higher. In the follow-up episode, the drama arose even higher as she sneaks up to Ed (Madeline's wife) and orders two shots for the bar. In between that, Joseph also appears in the scene and blends into the action.
The ods are very high that something is about to go down, and the fans are excited as ever.