Sarah Carter (October 30, 1980) is a Canadian actress born in Toronto, Ontario. She is best known for playing Helena Douglas in DOA: Dead or Alive & Alicia Baker, in Smallville. She is currently playing Madeline Poe in Shark alongside James Woods.
Sarah Carter was born in Toronto and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. At school she was a dancer and also took part in various school plays including playing Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.
She was only a teenager when she began her acting career in the theater in A Chorus Line, The Sound of Music, and The Wizard of Oz.
She was also a member of the debate team, which allowed her to travel all over the world. After graduation she took a year off to see Europe, then joined Ryerson Theater School in Toronto, where she was discovered while performing a monologue.
Carter quickly landed her first guest appearance in the series Wolf Lake (2001) and followed that up with a turn in Dark Angel (2000). She then went on to guest in the series Undeclared...
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Skinwalkers is an Canadian horror-action film about werewolves, and scheduled for release in the United States on August 10, 2007. Directed by James Isaacs, it stars Jason Behr, Elias Koteas, Rhona Mitra, and Tom Jackson. The film was originally announced for theatrical release on December 1, 2006, but was later pushed to March 30, 2007, and July 27, and finally August 10.
Skinwalkers marks Lions Gate Entertainment's first collaboration with Constantin Films, which produced such other other science fiction/horror films as Resident Evil, Resident Evil: Apocalypse, and Wrong Turn. The visual effects are by effects house Mr. X, and the creature effects by Stan Winston Studio.
The film was shot in Ontario, Canada.
Two packs of werewolves, divided by principles, are signaled by the moon of the coming of an ancient prophecy. A young boy named Timothy (Matthew Knight) approaches his 13th birthday, unaware this marks the time of his transformation. Timothy has been raised by his...,
DOA: Dead or Alive is a 2006 martial arts film loosely based on the Tecmo/Team Ninja fighting game series Dead or Alive. The film is directed by Corey Yuen and it was released around the world in September 2006. It was however only released in North America on June 15, 2007. The DVD version of the movie will be in stores on September 11th, 2007, but wasn't advertised very largely. The film has various appearances from characters of the game series, which include: Tina Armstrong (Jaime Pressly), Christie Allen (Holly Valance), Kasumi (Devon Aoki), Ayane (Natassia Malthe) and Helena Douglas (Sarah Carter).The film began production on May 4, 2005 and concluded on July 19, 2005. Filming locations include Bangkok, Guilin, Heng Dian and Hong Kong. The production budget is estimated to be $21,000,000.Lisa, Kokoro, Tengu, Raidou, are only a few of the original DOA cast mates that didn't make it into the movie, while most of the others appear in the movie. Plus there are two new characters...,
National Lampoon's Pledge This! is a 2006 comedy film starring celebutante Paris Hilton, who also served as an executive producer.
When a toilet explodes on the first day back to school on a group of misfit girlfriends, they are forced to leave their housing and search for a new home. They ultimately decide on pledging a sorority. However, not many sororities are normal at South Beach University. The girls decide to pledge the most popular and exclusive sorority at the university, Gamma Gamma, which is lead by president Victoria English. The only reason Victoria plans to let the freshmen pledge is to display diversity, which is a requirement for the "FHM Hottest Sorority In The Country" contest. From then on, Victoria declares war on the girls during "Hell Week" but ultimately lets them join, only to kick them out once they have won the contest. This angers the leader of the mis-fit freshmen Gloria, who declares war on Victoria by sneaking into the Gamma Gamma house and stealing...
Final Destination 2 is a 2003 horror film, and sequel to the 2000 film Final Destination. It was directed by David R. Ellis and stars A. J. Cook as Kimberly Corman and Ali Larter as Clear Rivers. The film is set in 2001 after the previous movie and has only two returning characters; Clear Rivers and the mortician William Bludworth. The movie grossed $16,017,141 on its opening weekend in the US, a significant portion of the $46,455,802 it grossed overall. It was a minor hit, debuting in its first week at #2 and falling from then onwards.Clear was fated to be the second to last person to die in the original Final Destination (after Billy and before Alex). Due to all of the interventions, by the Paris scene in the first movie the order was Alex, Carter, and Clear. Carter intervened in Alex's death and was subsequently killed next, making the order Clear, then Alex. We learn from Officer Burke's research and also from Clear that Alex was killed when a falling brick hit him in the head....,
Sarah Carter was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Canada