In the nine-episode revival, premiering tonight, Sara is raising her son, Michael Jr., and has remarried—then she gets word that Michael may still be alive. I wanted to make sure this was going to be good and something I was proud of. But once those emotions cool down, there are a lot of questions, [because] Michael Scofield wouldn’t walk out on his family.What is Sara’s reaction when she learns Michael may be alive? What was it like the first time you and Wentworth filmed a scene together again? It took us both a fair amount of time after to catch our breath.
In conjunction with her studies, Callies remained involved in theater.She continued her education at Denver’s National Theater Conservatory, where she obtained her Master of Fine Arts degree in 2002.it brought us all to tears, we were cracking up so hard. Do you think it should have remained a mini-series like originally intended, or that it was better being expanded into multiple seasons.Also, what differences would there have been if it did end after only one season? Sarah was born in 1 June 1977 in La Grange, Illinois and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her first starring role was as Detective Jane Porter on The WB’s Tarzan.
She is a wonderfully talented American actress who is perhaps best recognized for her roles as Sara Tancredi in the Fox television series Callies moved to New York in 2003 and then quickly landed her first television role as Kate O’Malley, a recurring part on the short-lived CBS show Queens Supreme.She played the role in the first two seasons, but her character was killed off for the third season before being brought back for the fourth season.According to Prison Break"As hard as we all tried, the Prison Break powers that be and I was unable to find a way to meet both the needs of the story and the needs of my family. I had a wonderful time working with the creative team and have a world of respect for all of them; they took great care of Sara. They've been so gracious and supportive, and I hope they continue to enjoy the show." However, in March 2008, Olmstead stated that the character of Sara is still alive and would return in season four.She continued her education at the National Theatre Conservatory, where she obtained her Master of Fine Arts degree in 2002.After making various guest appearances on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Dragnet (2003), and NUMB3RS, Callies gained a starring role on Fox's Prison Break as Sara Tancredi.Though the character Sara Tancredi appeared to have a violent death, Olmstead stated "..realized that there was actually a way she could still be alive." In 2010, Callies was cast in the major role of Lori Grimes on the AMC horror/drama series The Walking Dead, based on the comic-book series of the same name.