Creek Lovell

Played by Sarah Ramos

Actor Bio

Writer, director and actress Sarah Ramos stars as Creek Lovell on NBC's supernatural thriller "Midnight, Texas."

Creek is an aspiring writer with big dreams and the love interest of Manfred Bernardo. While living with her overprotective father, Shawn, and younger brother, Connor, she learns her family is harboring a deep secret.   

Ramos previously appeared as a series regular on the critically acclaimed family drama "Parenthood," "Runaway" and "American Dreams," and as a recurring character on this past season of "The Affair." On the big screen, Ramos starred in the independent film "Why Stop Now," alongside Jesse Eisenberg and Melissa Leo. She will be seen in the upcoming independent films "Slash," "We Don't Belong Here" and "The Boy Downstairs," as well as Warner Bros.' "How to Be Single."

Ramos co-wrote and co-directed a short film, "The Arm," which won the 2012 Sundance Film Festival Jury Award for Comedic Storytelling. Ramos recently made her directorial debut on the short film "Fluffy," in which she also stars opposite Max Minghella. She'll next be seen in the web series "City Girl," which is set to begin streaming in 2017.

Ramos is a recent graduate of Columbia University, where she received a degree in creative writing. She's currently in pre-production on her feature directorial debut.

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