Sarah Levy

Star Wars – Who Else Wants to Be a Princess?

Sarah Levy is a Canadian actor most recognized for her starring role in Schittsville, a family comedy. The offspring of famous actor Eugene Levy and model wife Deborah Divine, she had a small role as well in the movie Larry Crowne. Later, her career blossomed with appearances on Broadway as a series regular, including “How I Live Now,” and later parts in TV’s Frasier.

As an actress, Sarah Levy has had some memorable smaller roles, most notably in films or on television programs that focused on issues of family. Her more recent roles have been more centered on the screen, playing a lead role or supporting another character in a romantic or comedic drama. Her larger-than-life personality has also allowed her to receive awards for both screen and sound roles.

One of her first major roles was on the film Pretty Woman, playing the title role. Levy had a hand in the casting of this film, which went on to be considered one of the best films of the year. She went on to star in the same film but with the voice of Ellen DeGeneres. After that, she went on to play the title role again in the spin-off of the same movie. Finally, she played the role of Ariel in the animated Disney film Finding Nemo.

Another movie that she has appeared in is Something’s Gotta Give, as a love interest for Brad Pitt. She also had a part in the biopic Behind Theisman, playing the young Anne Hathaway. In that film, she played the mother in the story. Levy also appeared in the television movie The Perfect Score, as herself, and had a supporting role in the BBC’s sitcom, Dad’s Army. Her last film that he had involvement with was the crime thriller Seabiscuit.

Prior to these projects, Sarah had smaller roles in movies such as The Perfect Score, and The Damned United. She also appeared in the television show ER, as well as more mainstream work in dramas, such as Housefull. However, her biggest and most celebrated role would be her contribution to the science fiction movie Contact. She played the character of Ash, the wife of Dr. David Stratch, played by Bruce Willis. She had a great relationship with him on the set of the movie, as they spent many a night together, and had an adorable daughter named Melanie.

After the series of sci-fi films in which Sarah Levy played a vital role, people began to take notice of her in Hollywood. She received an incredible amount of attention for her work in one film after another. After the release of The Day the Earth Stood Still in 1990, Sarah got the chance to star opposite Val Kilmer in the equally successful Remember Me? Later, she went on to play the lead role in the acclaimed Minority Report, and her strong personal and career association with Star Wars would continue to serve as fertile ground for the future of the science fiction genre.

Her association with Star Wars continued, with the release of the spin-off films Star Wars: The Phantom, and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. In these films, Sarah would play the brilliant Princess Leia and would receive the most excellent reviews from fans and critics alike. Her performance as Princess Leia earned her not only an Oscar nomination but also a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role, as well as the coveted Best actress award at the Oscars. Because of this extensive success in film, Sarah was able to sign many other blockbuster contracts for other movies, including Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, and Harry Potter.

Aside from her own filmography, Sarah also served for several years as a producer on the hit television show CSI, for which she received critical acclaim. Due to her strong connection and association with Star Wars, she has been given the chance to star as a major character in the spin-off films Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: Episode VII – The Phantom. She is also currently in pre-production on a project that she wrote and directed, called The One, about the life of Christ on the set of the movie. She currently has no directing job lined up, but she does have a handful of consulting jobs. When asked what she would do if she had a Star Wars theme song in one of her songs, Sarah Levy responded, “That would be great! I would be really into it.”