Sara Ramirez

Sara Ramirez is a Mexican-American actress, singer, and songwriter. She is best known for her role as Dr. Calliope ‘Callie’ Torres in the ABC medical drama, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’. She has achieved several awards and nominations for Grey’s Anatomy including ‘satellite Awards’, ‘Screen Actors Guild Award’, and ‘NAACP Image Awards’.

‘Sara Ramirez,’ her self-titled extended play, debuted at number 37 on the Billboard 200, number 9 on the Billboard Independent Albums Chart, and number 38 on the Canadian Albums Chart for the week ending April 16, 2011.

She is also an activist who fights diligently for the rights of LGBT people. She serves on the boards of True Colors United and The Task Force, as well as the LGBT Centers in San Diego, New York, and San Francisco. She had spoken in favor of homeless LGBTQ youth at a True Colors Fund meeting.

Sara Ramirez is also active on social media, with over 2 million Instagram followers @therealsararamirez and 839.5k Twitter followers @SaraRamirez.

Sara Ramirez is well-known for what she does.

She is well-known for her work as a Mexican-American actress, musician, and songwriter.

In the ABC medical drama ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ she played Dr. Calliope ‘Callie’ Torres.

Sara Ramirez was born in the United States.

Sara Ramirez was born in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico, on August 31, 1975. Sara Elena Ramirez is her given name. Her mother, Luisa Vargas, was an entertainer and educator, and her father, Alberto Ramrez, was a Mexican oceanographer and professor. When she was eight years old, her parents divorced. She and her mother then relocated from Mexico to San Diego, California.

She is of Mexican and American descent, and her race is Multiracial (Hispanic and Caucasian). Virgo is her zodiac sign. Her ancestors are Mexican and Irish.

She went to the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts for her studies. She went to Juilliard School in New York City after graduating from SDSCPA and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts (dramatics) in 1997.

Career Highlights of Sara Ramirez

Sara Ramirez made her Broadway debut in the role of Wahzinak in the Broadway musical ‘The Capeman’ in 1998. Sara Ramirez was singled out for her excellent performance amid the production’s overall negative reviews.

In the same year, she made her film debut in the romantic comedy film ‘You’ve Got Mail,’ in which she played a small but memorable role.

In the video game ‘UmJammer Lammy,’ she played the character of Lammy, a quiet lamb. She also appeared in Mark Lamos’ ‘The Gershwins’ Fascinating Rhythm’ the same year.

She portrayed Lieutenant Vena in the television film ‘Star Petrol’ in 2000. In the same year, she appeared as a guest on many television shows, including ‘Spin City,’ ‘Third Watch,’ and ‘Welcome To New York.’

She played Lammy in the video game ‘PaRappa the Rapper 2’ in 2001. In the same year, she appeared in Edward Kleban’s Broadway musical “A Class Act” as Felicia, as well as other productions such as Fascinating Rhythm and Dreamgirls.

In 2002, she co-starred with Tovah Feldshuh and Suzanne Bertish in an episodic play called “The Vagina Monologues.” In the same year, she starred in an American superhero film, Spider-Man, as a police officer investigating a carjacking.

Following that, she starred in TV shows such as As the World Turns, ‘NYPD Blue,’ and ‘Naked Hotel.’

She made her Broadway debut as the Lady of the Lake in Eric Idle and John Du Prez’s musical ‘Spamalot’ in 2005. Her success in Spamalot gained her critical acclaim.

In 2006, she was cast in a recurring role on the ABC medical drama ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ as Dr. Calliope ‘Callie’ Torres, a love interest for Dr. George O’Malley. Her work on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ earned her a number of nominations and awards.

Sara released her first single, a cover of ‘Silent Night,’ in 2009.

Sara Ramirez, a self-titled extended play with four tracks, was released on March 27, 2011. The EP debuted at number 37 on the Billboard 200, number 9 on Billboard’s Independent Albums Chart, and number 38 on the Canadian Albums Chart during the week of April 16, 2011.

From 2012 to 2018, she was the voice of Queen Miranda in the animated television series ‘Sofia the First.’ In 2016, she also voiced Queen Miranda in the animated TV movie ‘Elena and the Mystery of Avalor.’

From 2017 to 2029, she co-starred in the CBS political drama ‘Madam Secretary’ in the fourth and fifth seasons. Kat Sandoval was her character in the series.

She was a co-producer on the teen comedy film ‘Loserville’ in 2016.

‘The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson,’ a documentary on LGBT rights, was co-produced by her in 2017.

Awards and nominations for Sara Ramirez

Sara Ramirez was nominated for a ‘Outer Critics Circle Award’ in 1999 for her role in The Gershwins’ Fascinating Rhythm as “Outstanding Leading Actress” in a Musical.

For her role in Monty Python’s Spamalot, she received a Tony Award for “Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical” and a “Outer Critics Circle Award” for “Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical” in 2005.

For Grey’s Anatomy, she received a ‘Satellite Award’ in the category of “Best Ensemble – Television Series” in 2006.
Grey’s Anatomy won her a ‘Screen Actors Guild Award’ in 2007 for “Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.”

She has also won multiple nominations for Grey’s Anatomy, including ‘Imagen Awards’ in 2007 for “Best Supporting Actress – Television,” ‘Screen Actors Guild Award’ in 2008 for “Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series,” ‘NAACP Image Awards’ in 2011 for “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series,” and ‘People’s Choice Awards’ in 2011 for “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.”

Husband of Sara Ramirez

Sara Ramirez is a married woman with two children. Sara married Ryan DeBolt, a market analyst at TIMEC in Paris, France, whom she had known for a long time. The couple got engaged in June 2011 and married in a private ceremony in New York on July 4, 2012. There are no children in the family.

Sara Ramirez came out as a queer bisexual during a speech at the ‘True Colors Fund’s 40 to None Summit’ in Los Angeles in October 2016.

Sara Ramirez came out as non-binary on August 28, 2020. She made the announcement on social media. She made the announcement via Instagram, where she posted a selfie with the caption, “A new profile picture has been added. I have the ability to be a Girlish child, a Boyish girl, a Boyish boy, a Girlish girl, all of the above, none of the above, all of the above, all of the above, any of the above, all of the above, all of the “Ramirez added the hashtag #nonbinary to the photo’s caption. Sara Ramirez’s pronouns were identified as she/they in her Instagram and Twitter bios.

Sara Ramirez’s Body Measurements

Sara Ramirez is a beautiful woman with a voluptuous body style. Her body is designed to be huge. She stands 1.75 meters (5 feet and 9 inches) tall and weighs about 79 kilograms (175 lbs.). Her body dimensions are 39-30-40 inches in length, width, and height. Her bra size is 36C, and her shoe size is 10. (US). Her dress size is a twelve (US). Her hair is dark brown, and her eyes are dark brown.

Sara Ramirez’s Salary

Sara Ramirez’s professional career as an actress has earned her a decent living. She has a single and an EP out. She’s also worked on several LGBT rights documentaries as a co-producer. Her acting career is her primary source of income. Her net worth is projected to be $6 million as of August 2020, with a yearly salary of $100,000.

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