Paul Murray booked a Kellogg's Raisin Bran commercial, "A Sunny Start".
Sarah Charipar has taught extensively at various acting schools throughout Chicago, including classes at University of Illinois Chicago and North Central College. In addition to teaching, Sarah has worked as a session director at PR Casting for over a decade. Her Chicago credits include Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Fall to Earth (world premiere), Mizlansky/Zilinsky and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest at Steppenwolf Theatre Company. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest also ran in London and on Broadway, where it was awarded a Tony Award for best revival. Her credits with Famous Door Theatre Company include Suburban Motel (After Dark Award) and The Cider House Rules, Parts I and II (six Jeff Awards). She has appeared at the Goodman in A True History of the Johnstown Flood, God of Carnage (US/Performed), Vigils (US/Performed), and Rabbit Hole (US). Some of Ms. Charipar’s television and film credits include Contagion (Steven Soderbergh), Empire (Fox), The Chi (Showtime), Chicago Med (NBC), Chicago Fire (NBC), Shrink (SEESO), Ordinary Joe (NBC), Leverage (TNT), and Detroit 1-8-7 (ABC). She is a recipient of the Sarah Siddons Award.