Sarah Delpizzo is an actress, writer, and director. Ever since the first time Sarah attended a theater show as a child, she knew that she wanted to be a part of the arts. As she got older, Sarah saw the power of storytelling and the impact it can have on society. Through her own experiences Sarah saw that the best way to create peace and bring people of different cultures, religions, politics, and backgrounds together is through art. From then on, she decided to pursue her artistic goals, passions and talents to further peace within the world.
Her life long mission is to be able to be a part of films/TV/theater shows that share stories, ideas, and give a voice to those that are voiceless.
What's Going On?
Currently Sarah is pitching and submitting her original series, The Pet Peeve Police to festivals and networks.
Additionally, she is in pre-production for her screenplay, Meta Love and in post production for the TV show pilot she directed, This Animated Life.
Sarah is also actively auditioning and will be performing as a dancer in an upcoming peace festival on 9/23 at the Honda Center called, 50,000 Lions of Justice.
Produced and AD the short, Crossing the Bar which premiered at Vail International Film Festival.
Wrote, Produced and Starred in short film Code Name; Tuffin which screened at IndieVision Film Festival.
Featured in LA Weekly for her performance in the stage show, Jaybird and Hallelujah.
Produced alongside BAFTA nominated director Penelope Jagessar Chaffer for documentary, Toxic Baby.
Love for Humanity-
When Sarah is not performing or hustling for her goals she loves to give back to her community. She is a young women's leader in the SGI USA, which is a world peace organization comprised of Nichiren Buddhists bringing peace to the world by way of peaceful dialogue. .
"One voice, one story, one idea can change the world. I want to be part of that story."
- Sarah Delpizzo