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S2 005: Sarah Wayne Callies

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From Tarzan to Zombies: a Survival Guide For Living in Truth

Sarah Wayne Callies is an actor, writer, director, and producer. She’s made an inedible impression on audiences worldwide by bringing complex and powerful female characters to life on screen.

After her breakout TV role as Jane Porter on The WB’s Tarzan, Sarah may be best known from her starring role as Lori Grimes on AMC’s record-breaking series The Walking Dead. Sarah made a huge impression on audiences as one of the original cast members, hand-picked by Frank Darabont. Additional credits for Sarah include a recent starring role in the critically acclaimed Sundance TV/CBC mini-series Unspeakable, National Geographic’s The Long Road Home, USA Network’s Colony, and FOX’s Prison Break. In Spring 2020, Sarah can be seen starring in the upcoming NBC drama series Council of Dads alongside Clive Standen, Tom Everett Scott and Michele Weaver.

For almost 20 years Sarah has been affiliated with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to raise awareness about the humanitarian needs of refugees worldwide. Her passion and dedication to this organization has led to working in their camps in Iran, Jordan, Serbia, Macedonia, and Thailand. You can learn more about these communities by exploring her contributions to the Huffington Post.



“Any career is a miracle and a series of accidents.”

“If you don’t pivot, then you’re stuck.”

“Choosing a television show is a little bit like getting married, like you sign a 7year prenup. It’s a real commitment.”



  • WRITER: Lizzy Dalla Betta
  • SOUND DESIGN: Zachary Jameson
  • WEBSITE & GRAPHICS: Chase Jennings
  • ASSISTANT: Elle Powell
  • SOCIAL OUTREACH: Bebe Katsenes

047: Rebecca Field

047: Rebecca Field 1500 1000 Alyshia Ochse

Rebecca Field is an actress and director best known for her roles as Lacey on Lifetime’s “The Client List,” starring alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt, Janet on the ABC drama “October Road,” and her portrayal as Jane Gould in “Criminal Minds.” She had a recurring role on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Kittens in a Cage.” Field has guest starred on numerous television shows, including TNT’s “Hawthorne,” “NCIS: LA,” “Castle,” “Mike & Molly,” “Drop Dead Diva,” and “Monk.” Most recently, she guest starred in David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks,” and “Movie Nights.” Be sure to watch Rebecca in the upcoming Gus Van Sant film “Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far On Foot,” starring Joaquin Phoenix as John Callahan, and “A Star Is Born,” with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.

In this conversation we hear how she protects herself as an actor and champions for herself, how she found her agency and her confidence, and how hypnotherapy and a vision board helped land her first series regular on ABC show “October Road”.

Tune into our Interview on iTunes HERE





“Go big or go home. Either get there and do it big or don’t bother doing it at all.”

“I do think there is a fine line between being like overly obsessive and hounding agents every five seconds, or just being an advocate for yourself and for your own career and staying on top of things.”

“When it’s your coverage and your turn, also, go for it. Take your moment, and do the great things you know you’re capable of.”



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