Sarah Wayne Callies made an indelible impression on television audiences around the world as Lori Grimes in the acclaimed series The Walking Dead, and Dr. Sara Tancredi in Prison Break. Other television appearances include House, Queens Supreme, Tarzan, Law and Order: SVU, Numb3rs, The Secret Service, LA Dragnet, and Tangled which she co-produced.
Feature credits include The Celestine Prophecy, Foreverland, Whisper, Faces in the Crowd, and Lullaby for Pi, in which she also sings an original song for the soundtrack.
Upcoming feature projects include appearing as Alison Stone in the New Line film Black Sky and as Kate Summers in the Nigerian film Black November, the first film to ever be screened for the United Nations General Assembly.
Currently Callies has two film scripts in development as a writer. Other writing has appeared on the Huffington Post as dispatches from her field work in Myanmar, Jordan, and Iraq with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) as a Voice for the organization.
Callies holds an MFA from the National Theatre Conservatory as well as a BA and Senior Fellowship from Dartmouth College.