Sarah Brown can refer to: • Sarah Brown, the average American runner • Sarah Brown. leader of pioneering vegetarian television • Sarah Brown, pseudonym of Marie Roger, model artist in Paris in the 1890s • Sarah Brown, transgender politician and activist of the British Liberal Democratic Party • Sarah Jane Brown, charity director, wife of the former Prime British Minister Gordon Brown • Sarah Joy Brown, American actress.
American actress known for her work on the daytime soap opera General Hospital. She has also appeared on Days of Our Lives.
She began acting at nineteen, in the children's show VR Troopers.
She appeared on the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful from 2009 to 2011.
She had one daughter, Jordan, with her former fiance Shuki Levy.
She had a small role in Big Mamma's House 2, which starred Martin Lawrence .
- "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown", a 1933 short story by Damon Runyon.
- Sarah Brown Ingersoll Cooper (1835–1896), American philanthropist and educator.
- Sarah Lee Brown Fleming (1875–1963), African American educator, writer and activist.
Latest information about Sarah Brown updated on June 07 2021.