Sarah Utterback Fan

Your 1st fansite for Sarah Utterback

Welcome to Sarah Utterback Fan, your online resource dedicated to the actress Sarah Utterback. You may know Sarah from her roles in "Reception", "Grey’s Anatomy" and more. It is my aim to bring you all the latest news, photos, information and much more on Sarah’s career. I hope you enjoy your stay!


A Kid Like Jake makes 2019 highlights list!

A Kid Like Jake makes 2019 highlights list!

Sarah and Tim’s performances in  A Kid Like Jake has made LA Observed’s list of 2019 highlights!

I enjoyed its premiere of Jonathan Caren’s LA-set “Canyon” at LATC (set to re-appear next year in CTG’s Block Party at the Kirk Douglas) and its West Coast premiere of Daniel Pearle’s “A Kid Like Jake” on the smaller stage at Pasadena Playhouse, where Sarah Utterback and Tim Peper were terrific as the nervous parents of an unseen child whose tastes tend toward transgender.

I hope you all have a great holiday and New Year’s and I will see you in 2020!

New photos added to the gallery (finally!)

New photos added to the gallery (finally!)

I have finally got around to adding more pictures to the gallery!

As I mentioned on Instagram, I was having behind the scenes issues with the site and it turned out all that was needed was a new gallery theme compatible with Coppermine’s update.

Now, when you go to the gallery you will see the new theme I bought! I hope you all like it and enjoy the photos I have added. ♥


A Kid Like Jake rehearsals and more!

A Kid Like Jake rehearsals and more!

I have added pictures of Sarah at A Kid Like Jake rehearsals! To get your tickets you can go here! I have also added pictures from The 5th Annual Stage Raw Awards.


What We Are piece

What We Are piece

Sarah wrote a piece on the website What We Are.

Women in circle is an ancient practice that produces transformation on the most subtle, cellular level. You almost don’t know it’s happening until you look back and you remember that night of the ugly cry and how you feel so drastically different. With each circle that gathered, I was amazed by how quickly a group of women could go from not knowing each other to fully relating and loving each other, because somehow, every story feels universal and shared.

To read her full piece you can go here!