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SARAH CHALKE (Paula) has starred for seven seasons as the sexy, ambitious Dr. Elliot Reid on the critically acclaimed NBC series "Scrubs.” In 2006, Chalke earned praise for her performance in the Emmy-nominated Lifetime telefilm "Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy,” based on the memoir by Geralyn Lucas.

On the big screen, she most recently starred in the independent feature "Mama's Boy,” with Diane Keaton and Jon Heder. Her film credits also include such independent features as "Cake” and "Alchemy.”

In summer 2005, Chalke starred in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production of "Create Fate” and completed a successful off-Broadway run of the romantic comedy "Modern Orthodox,” under the direction of James Lapine at the Underwood Theater. A native of Ottawa, Canada, Chalke was raised in Vancouver and began appearing in local musical theatre productions at age eight. As a young adult, she became an environmental reporter for the Canadian series "Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy.” Her big break came in 1993, when she was cast as daughter Becky Conner on the ABC series "Roseanne.”

Chalke speaks fluent French and German and, when not working, volunteers at a hospice for terminally ill children.


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