Born in West-Berlin, Sarah Alles always wanted to either become an actress or a princess. At the age of 12, she landed her first role on German television after a talent scout discovered her during a street casting. Since this point onwards she has established her career in TV, Film and Theatre. After finishing high school, Alles studied Performing Arts at the renowned Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin.
After graduating she played opposite Christoph Waltz in the film “Das Geheimnis im Wald” and alongside Marianne Sägebrecht and Christian Oliver in Immer Wirbel um Marie. In 2015 she adapted Brian Nelson’s hard candy, her favorite film, for the stage.
Sarah played in the crime series “Heiter bis tödlich – Akte Ex” which was broadcasted on RBB and MDR in German television. At the same time Sarah (together with Nicole Marischka) could be seen at the Vagantenbühne in “Life is a bitch”, a production they developed with director Jan Bolender.
In 2018 she played at the Arcola Theatre London as the lead of the play Moormaid.
The movie “Karate Kid” inspired her to take up martial arts. Alles holds a black belt in karate and won three regional championships as well as coming in second place on a national level twice before deciding to quit in favour of her acting career. Rolling with the punches, however, is still very much second nature to her.