Played By Yvonne Strahovski
Yvonne Strahovski stars in NBC's acclaimed action-comedy series Chuck as Sarah Walker, the CIA's top agent who was assigned to protect Chuck Bartowski and unexpectedly found herself falling for him.
A striking beauty with undeniable talent, Strahovski is on the rise to become one of Hollywood's hottest stars.
Strahovski recently wrapped production on "The Killer Elite" starring alongside Jason Statham, Clive Owen, and Robert DeNiro. Based on Ranulph Fiennes' bestseller "The Feathermen" and on real events, the story follows a group of former British Special Forces members who are being hunted by assassins.
She was most recently seen in the romantic comedy "I Love You Too," opposite Brendan Cowell, Peter Dinklage and renowned Australian comic Peter Helliar. She will next be seen in the romantic drama "Matching Jack" opposite James Nesbitt, Richard Roxburgh, and Jacinda Barrett, an inspirational family drama about love, infidelity, hope and the unbreakable bond between parent and child. The film will be released in Australia on August 19th.
In addition to her film and television roles, Strahovski also lends her voice as the female lead Peg in "Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers" and in the action role-playing game, "Mass Effect 2," which was released in January 2010 by Electronic Arts.
Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Strahovski studied theater at the renowned Theatre Nepean, the prestigious actor training institution within the School of the Contemporary Arts at the University of Western Sydney. After graduating in 2003, Strahovski began a successful run on Australian television with roles on Channel 7's "Headland" in the made-for-television film "Blackjack Dead Memory" and on the Channel 9 series, "Sea Patrol."
Strahovski also has a passionate interest in the theater, where she did most of her early, intensive training. Prior to her move to Los Angeles in early 2007, she co-founded a Theatre Company in Sydney called Sauna productions where she acted in and co-produced the productions "Kieslowski's Neck" and "Finn City."