Sarah Thompson (actress)

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Sarah Thompson Kane
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Sarah Thompson (left) with Katrina Kaif at the Premiere of Raajneeti, 2010.
Born (1979-10-25) October 25, 1979 (age 39)
Alma mater Barnard College
OccupationActress
Years active1997present
Spouse(s) Brad Kane (2007present)

Sarah Thompson Kane (born October 25, 1979) is an American actress [1] best known for her role as Eve in Angel (2003–2004) and Rose in 7th Heaven (2005–2006).

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Career

Thompson Kane has also appeared in several films, including Cruel Intentions 2 , Malibu's Most Wanted , Dear Me , Brutal, Broken Windows , Hansie , A Christmas Proposal, Taking Chance , Brooklyn's Finest , Break , The Pink Conspiracy and Raajneeti , a Bollywood movie.

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Cruel Intentions 2 is the 2000 American comedy-drama film. It was written and directed by Roger Kumble and starring Robin Dunne, Sarah Thompson, Keri Lynn Pratt and Amy Adams. It is a prequel to Cruel Intentions (1999) and was released direct-to-video on March 13, 2001. Both films are based on Les Liaisons dangereuses by Choderlos de Laclos.

<i>Malibus Most Wanted</i> 2003 film by John Whitesell

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<i>Hansie</i> 2008 film by Regardt van den Bergh

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Personal life

Thompson has been married to Brad Kane since July 28, 2007.

Bradley Caleb Kane is an American singer, actor, producer and writer.

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1997 The Ice Storm Beth
1999A Wake in ProvidenceErica
2001 Cruel Intentions 2 Danielle ShermanDirect to video
2003 Malibu's Most Wanted Krista
2004L.A. TwisterCindy
2007The Pink ConspiracyKatie
2007BrutalZoeVideo
2008 Break The Woman
2008 Babysitter Wanted Angie Albright
2008Broken WindowsKatie
2008 Hansie Bertha Cronje
2008A Christmas ProposalReagan
2009 Brooklyn's Finest Sarie
2010 Raajneeti Sarah Jean Collins Bollywood film
2010 A Nanny for Christmas Tina

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1997 Soul Man BobbiEpisodes: "The Lost Sheep Squadron", "Public Embarrassment and Todd's First Sermon"
1999 The Sopranos LucindaEpisode: "College"
1999 As the World Turns Young Deena Silva1 episode
2000 Madigan Men DariaEpisode: "Pilot"
2000 FreakyLinks Delaney ParkEpisode: "Subject: Three Thirteen"
2000-2002 Boston Public Dana PooleRecurring role (8 episodes)
2001 Going to California ChristinaEpisode: "Rules of the Road"
2002 Touched by an Angel KristieEpisode: "Two Sides to Every Angel"
2003 The Division Madeleine BainbridgeEpisode: "Body Double"
2003-2004 Line of Fire BambiRecurring role (4 episodes)
2003-2004 Angel Eve Recurring role (10 episodes)
2005-2006 7th Heaven Rosanna "Rose" Taylor Main role (24 episodes)
2007 Without a Trace Lilly DolanEpisode: "Crash and Burn"
2008 House NikkiEpisode: "Last Resort"
2009 Taking Chance AnnieTV film
2010 All My Children Cynthia1 episode
201112 Wishes of ChristmasFaithTV film
2016 Cruel Intentions GinnieUnaired television pilot

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