I love big stories, and stories that are patient to unfold.” Shows like “The Walking Dead” and “Prison Break” may have put Callies on the map, but they haven’t changed the way she approaches a role, she says. All I know how to do is what I’m passionate about, which is to say I don’t think I’m a good enough actor to pull off a role I don’t love, and I don’t know how I’d begin to tell a story that I didn’t really believe in. That takes 60 percent of what you read out, not because it’s not good, but just because it’s not my taste.” For Callies, the biggest draw of “Colony” — which is executive produced by Holloway’s former “Lost” EP Carlton Cuse and “Hercules” screenwriter Ryan Condal — is the depth of her character, a mother who is driven to desperate measures to try and reunite with her missing son, who disappeared during the invasion.Callies says she’s “always interested in exploring different kinds of roles for women.Callies was born on 1st of June 1977 in La Grange, Illinois as Sarah Anne Wayne Callies.At age one, she along with her family relocated to Honolulu, Hawaii.The talented and beautiful star has been honored with a number of nominations and an award.In the year 2011, she earned a Saturn Award nomination in the category of the “Best Actress on Television” for her amazing performances in “The Walking Dead”.“I think the nature of her femininity is interesting, because it doesn’t diminish her strength, but it distinguishes her strength from her husband’s version of strength,” she says.
Upon completion of her secondary education, she joined Darmouth College, Hanover New Hampshire.Sarah launched her acting career with the drama “Queens Supreme” in 2003 that was followed by a number of stints as a guest on episodic serials, such as “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” and “L. Though these works gave her some recognition it was not until 2005 she became a star after landing a part as Sara Tancredi on 2009’s “Prison Break”.