Sarah Jones has a dazzling body and is an inspiration to many. Being the star of the red carpet means people will be interested in the movie actress’ body measurements. Luckily we have summarized all body measurements below!
Sarah was orn July 17, 1983 in Winter Springs, Florida. She is dating Theo Rossi, who is also an actor. Jones appeared in Cain and Abel, 2ND Take, Return to Zero, and other movies. But she is more known for TV series. In Big Love she played Brynn and in 2012, she was starring in Alcatraz as detective Rebecca Madsen.
She dated fellow SOA co-star Theo Rossi in 2010.
She appeared in the television series Vegas with Dennis Quaid.
Check out these pictures of Sarah Jones. What an awesome body!
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.
|173 cm, 5'8" (feet & inches)
|66 kg, 146 pounds
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Sarah Jones Net Worth
The net worth of Sarah Jones is not available right now.
"I remember being influenced by great artists when I was a kid - not to call myself a great artist - but people who I thought were great enough that they really made a difference. And so I would never want to be disappointed by them, and I want to make sure I never disappoint audience."Sarah Jones
"I'm practicing a kind of meandering faith, or faithful meandering. I just trust that something is coming. I don't know what it is. But I've been a straphanger all my life; I know what it's like to not know when the next train is coming, but I trust the subway."Sarah Jones
"My grandmothers are Irish-American and German-American; my grandfather is from the Caribbean. My father is African-American. My family looked funny. I just started naturally imitating whoever I was talking to. I didn't want to be a phony, but I felt very authentic in the moment."Sarah Jones
"I think there is a debate in the arts about, you know, whether we must strive for art for art's sake, and you know, kind of try to keep political debate out of our work. And to that I say, I'd like you to show me an example of, you know, this so-called apolitical art. I don't think there's any such thing."Sarah Jones
"I think there is something so compelling about the truth that whether you're a lawyer or judge or an actor, when you get at that truth, it connects with people on a particular level that I think makes your art more viable."Sarah Jones