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Sarah Freeman (actress)

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Sarah Freeman (actress)

Sarah Freeman
Born (1986-09-26) September 26, 1986
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other names Sarah Rayne
Occupation Actress, voice actress
Years active 1992–2004

Sarah Freeman (born September 26, 1986) is an American voice actress, most notable as the voice of Hannah Phillips in the 1995 film, Toy Story.


  • Career 1
  • Filmography 2
    • Actress 2.1
    • Miscellaneous crew 2.2
  • External links 3


Freeman began acting in 1992 when she appeared in an episode of Roseanne, playing the character Nicki Healy. In 1993, she then played Michelle New in Dying to Love You. In 1994, she played Melissa Pearson in One Woman's Courage. She also acted in A Time to Heal and Someone She Knows as well as Diagnosis Murder. In 1995, she voice acted in Toy Story as Hannah Philips.

In 1996, she acted in No Greater Love and Star Trek: Voyager along with The Pretender. In 1997, she acted in Lovely and Alone. In 1998, she acted in 2 films titled Quest for Camelot and Spoiler. In 1999, she acted in Legacy and Arli$$. In the 2000s, she acted in Providence (2000), Family Law (1 episode, 2000) The Practice (2 episodes, 2000), 7th Heaven (1999–2001), and The Guardian (1 episode, 2002). Her final acting credit was in Without a Trace, where she acted as 16-year old Jesse (credited as Sarah Rayne) in 1 episode in 2004.



Miscellaneous crew

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