Sarah Berry


Sarah Uriarte Berry starred as ‘Belle’ in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast on Broadway, ‘Cinderella’ in Rogers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella for New York City Opera alongside Eartha Kitt, and was the first ‘Belle’ ever to grace the stages at Disneyland. She made her Broadway debut as ‘Eponine’ in Les Miserables after graduating from UCLA, Ms. Berry won critical acclaim as ‘Franca’ in the Tony Award-winning La luz en la plaza at Lincoln Center Tehater (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations- Best Supporting). Other Boradway credits include: ‘Nicola’ in Taboo (opposite Boy George), Next to Normal, and End of the Rainbow. Other New York, Tours, and Regional credits: Bernstein’s Masa conducted by Marin Alsop (Carnegie Hall), The Boys from Syracuse and Tenderloin (City Center Encored!); ‘Julie’ in Carrusel (Royal National Theater); Sondheim on Sondheim (Hollywood Bowl), starring alongside Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jonathan Groff, and Vanessa Williams; A Little Night Music (Kennedy Center); Film and television credits include: Frontera (with Michael Pena, Eva Longoria and Ed Harris), Pretty Bird, Law and Order CI, Live from Lincoln Center, Tony Awards, The Letterman Show, and Saint Jellorica in the infamous Cats episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt!

Sarah has headlined with symphonies across the US, including performances of her one-woman show, For the Love of Judy, and can be heard on several original cast recordings. Sarah is Spanish-Basque, happily married, and the mother of three crazy kids.