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Birth name: Sarah Cassandra Chalke.
Born: August 27, 1976 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Also known as: Sarah Chalk.
Height: 5' 8" (1.73 m).
Sarah Chalke biography (bio):
Sarah Cassandra Chalke is a Canadian television and movie actress best known for portraying Dr. Elliot Reid on the NBC sitcom Scrubs and also for portraying the second Becky Conner-Healy on ABC's Roseanne.
Chalke was born in Ontario, Canada, and was raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is the middle of the three daughters of Doug and Angie Chalke. Her mother is from Rostock, Germany. Chalke maintains contact with her German relatives. According to a Scrubs commentary track, she used to attend the German school in her hometown twice a week. Her first language is English, though she speaks German and French fluently and is a vegetarian. She is currently engaged to Jamie Afifi.
Chalke's acting career began at the age of eight when she began appearing in musical theatre productions. At 16, she became a reporter on the Canadian children's show KidZone. In 1993, she took over the role of Becky (Conner) Healy on Roseanne from Lecy Goranson; she also made a cameo appearance as a different character in the Roseanne episode "Halloween: The Final Chapter" (#178, originally aired October 31, 1995). She returned briefly to Canada where she starred in the CBC Television drama Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy (1998-1999).
In 2001, she was cast as Dr. Elliot Reid in the NBC comedy series Scrubs. She has appeared in several feature films, starting with Ernest Goes to School (1994). She also appeared in Channel 101's The 'Bu with The Lonely Island, a parody of the hit show The O.C., but was credited as Pamela Fenton.
Breast cancer activist:
Chalke lost her aunt and grandmother to breast cancer because they weren't diagnosed while the disease was in its early stages. As a result, Chalke decided to encourage breast cancer awareness, and starred in Lifetime's movie Why I Wore Lipstick To My Mastectomy.