Sarah Gadon made her stage debut at the age of seven, playing a lamb in the National Ballet School of Canada’s production of The Nutcracker. Her professional television debut came a few years later when she made a guest appearance on the TV show Nikita at age 11. Since then, she has worked steadily in both film and TV, both in Canada and internationally. She is best known for appearing in three of David Cronenberg’s films, breaking out with A Dangerous Method, winning a Vancouver Film Critics Award for Cosmopolis and appearing in Map to the Stars. She won a Canadian Screen Award for her performance in Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy. In November of 2015 it was announced that Sarah Gadon would be honoured by ACTRA Toronto with their Award of Excellence in 2016. She won a 2018 Canadian Screen Award for Best Lead Actress in a Limited Series for her role in the mini-series Alias Grace.
Features & TV Movies: VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release
The Other Me (2000) What Girls Learn (TV-2001) Society`s Child (voice, TV-2002) Cadet Kelly (TV-2002) Moms on Strike (TV-2002) Fast Food High (2003) Siblings (2004) Where Love Reigns (2005) Code Breakers (TV-2005) Charlie Bartlett (2007) Burgeon and Fade (2007) The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream (TV-2008) Spoliation (2008) Leslie, My Name Is Evil (2009)
TV Series – Cast: Mattimeo: A Tale of Redwall (voice, 2000) The Strange Legacy of Cameron Cruz (2002) My Dad the Rock Star (voice, 2003) Ruby Gloom (2006) Total Island Drama (2007-2010) The Border (2008) Being Erica (2009-2011)
Happy Town (2010) World Without End (2012, mini-series) 11.22.63 (2016, mini-series) Alias Grace (2017, mini-series) True Detective (2019)
TV Series – Guest appearances: La Femme Nikita (1998) Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1999)
Twice in a Lifetime (2000) In a Heartbeat (2000) Mutant X (2002) Doc (2003) My Dad the Rock Star (2003) The Eleventh Hour (2004, 2005) Time Warp Trio (2005) Life with Derek (2005) Flashpoint (2008) Murdoch Mysteries (2009, 2010, 2011)
The Dating Guy (2010) The Plateaus (2015) Man Seeking Woman (2016) Letterkenny (2017, 2018)