Sarah Podemski ~ Ojibway

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Sarah Podemski
Sarah Podemski

Sarah Podemski is an Ojibway/ Israeli actress born and raised in Toronto. At age nine, she began her training at Claude Watson School for the Performing Arts, where she studied dance, music, and theatre. Her professional career began at age 13, guest starring in Goosebumps and later starring in the German series Blue Hawk.

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As a young woman, Sarah’s roles grew more diverse, playing a teen-mother in Showcase’s Moccasin Flats, spying on the government in CBC’s The Border, flirting with college boys in Comedy Network’s House Party, and recounting history in the Charles Manson biopic The Family.

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