Sara Radle is a Los Angeles-based actor/musician/songwriter/filmmaker, originally from San Antonio, Texas. Having grown up with a passion for and involvement in local theater, she put her love of acting on hold for a decade while she concentrated her efforts on her music career. In that time, she released an impressive five solo albums, as well as records with The Rentals (with ex-Weezer bassist, Matt Sharp), Calamity Magnet, and Walking Sleep. She toured all over the United States, as well as Spain and Japan, and won several music awards from local and regional weekly newspapers, including “Best New Act” and “Best Female Vocalist” from The Dallas Observer, as well as “Artist of the Year” from The Fort Worth Weekly.

While Sara continues to write music, in late-2012 she decided to return to her first love - acting. In her first year back on the acting scene, she booked roles in five films (all of which were leading roles), six commercials, and featured roles in several television shows. Most recently, Sara booked the lead role of Betty Baker in the Hulu Original Series pilot “Baker & Dunn”, which begins shooting in June 2014.

Eager to learn and grow as an actor, Sara continues to work on her craft at acting studios such as Howard Fine Acting Studio, Scott Sedita Acting Studios, Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, and Killian’s Commercial Workshop.

Sara’s first feature-length screenplay, “Eleven Hundred to Lubbock”, was a semi-finalist for Best Screenplay at the 2015 Beverly Hills Film Festival. The independent dark comedy filmed in September 2016, with Sara in both directing and acting roles. She also edited the film and wrote/performed the accompanying music. It is currently being submitted to a variety of film festivals. Please visit for more information.