Who is Sarah Power?
Sarah Power is a Canadian actress, who is best known to the world as Abigail Pershing in the TV series “Good Witch” (2015-2021), and also as Pawter Sims in the TV series “Killjoys” (2015-2018), in addition to several other roles that she’s secured so far in her career.
Sarah Power Biography: Age, Childhood, and Education
Sarah Power was born on 29 June 1985 under the Cancer zodiac sign, in St. John’s Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. She is the daughter of Eunice Power, while she hasn’t talked about her father and siblings. She started attending dancing lessons as a child, which later sparked interest in acting, and at 14 years old, Sarah began attending acting lessons.
After high school, she enrolled at Ryerson University’s Theatre School, where she studied art.
Sarah’s career started in the early 2000s, with the role of Fanny in the TV drama mini-series “Random Passage”, starring Colm Meaney, Aoife McMahon and Deborah Pollitt, appearing in two episodes of eight in this award-winning series. She then waited five years for a substantial new role, playing Denise in the comedy film “American Pie Presents: Beta House”.
In 2008, Sarah appeared in the sci-fi horror film “Repo! The Genetic Opera”, starring Paul Sorvino, Anthony Head, and Alexa PenaVega, and the following year she was chosen for her first recurring role, as Lucy Henry, in the TV romantic drama series “Wild Roses”, starring Steve Byers, Michelle Harrison, and Gary Hudson.
In the next few years, Sarah kept her career alive by appearing in such projects as the TV series “Lost Girl” (2010), “Murdoch Mysteries” (2011), and “Californication” in 2012, while in 2013 she portrayed Megan Welles in the television thriller movie “Time of Death”, co-starring Kathleen Robertson and Gianpaolo Venuta.
Rise to Prominence
Luck smiled upon Sarah two years later in 2015, as she was selected for her first major role as Abigail Pershing in the TV fantasy comedy-drama series “Good Witch” co-starring alongside Catherine Bell and Bailee Madison. She began as a recurring character, but since season two, Abigail has become one of the main characters, and uses her own magical skills to her own benefit in this award-winning fantasy comedy series.
Sarah was also chosen for the recurring role in the TV sci-fi action-adventure series “Killjoys”, with Hannah John-Kamen, Aaron Ashmore and Luke Macfarlane in the lead roles. She appeared in 14 episodes in the first two seasons of the award-winning series until 2016, and in 2018 returned as a guest star for one episode.
Another prominent appearance was as Jennifer Windham in the TV mystery crime-drama series “American Gothic” (2016), with Juliet Rylance, Anthony Starr and Justin Chatwin as the main stars, and in 2017, Sarah featured in the television drama movie “Sea Change”, starring Emily Rudd, Keenan Tracey, and Skyler Maxon. Since then, she has been mainly focused on the role of Abigail Pershing.
Personal Life, Marriage, Husband, Children
In regards to her personal life, Sarah has been married to actor and producer Peter Mooney since 1 July 2017, and have since welcomed a daughter, born on 4 May 2019. They haven’t revealed the name of their child and have done all to hide her face in pictures posted on Sarah’s Instagram page.
As of mid- 2021, Sarah Power’s net worth has been estimated to be around $6 million, earned through her successful career as an actress, during which she’s appeared in over 20 film and TV titles, all of which have added to her wealth.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
This popular actress has hazel eyes and dark brown hair, though she sometimes dyes it red. She stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m), weighs approximately 120lbs (54kgs), with vital statistics of 33-24-33, bra size 38B.
Sarah Power’s Husband, Peter Mooney Short Bio
Peter Mooney was born on 19 August 1983, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
He became interested in acting at an early age and joined Manitoba Theatre for Young People, later studying acting at the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal, Quebec, obtaining his degree in 2004.
His career started in the early 2000s, with the role of Stern in the TV series “2030 CE”, appearing in two episodes in 2002 and 2003. In 2005 he played the character named Peter in the TV mini-series “Category 7: The End of the World”, then the following year secured his first major role as Dr. Adrian Keeper in the TV romantic comedy-drama series “Falcon Beach”, with Steve Byers, Jennifer Kydd and Ephraim Ellis in the lead role.
He continued rather successfully, first as Brian Donavan in the television movie “The Tower” (2008), and then as Lt. Richard Matteo in the TV mini-series “ZOS: Zone of Separation” in 2009. The same year, Peter starred in the horror-thriller film “Summer’s Moon”, next to Ashley Greene and Barbara Niven, while in 2011 he played one of his most successful roles as Kay in the TV historical fantasy-drama series “Camelot”, co-starring with Joseph Fiennes, Jamie Campbell Bower and Tamsin Egerton.
Since then, Peter has had several other notable roles, including as Nick Collins in the TV procedural crime-drama series “Rookie Blue” (2012-2015), while from 2015 to 2017 he portrayed Dr. Jeremy Bishop in the TV series “Saving Hope”.
In 2018 he joined Kristin Kreuk and Meegwun Fairbrother to complete the main cast of the TV drama series “Burden of Truth” (2018-present), portraying Billy Crawford in all 34 episodes of the popular series so far. Meanwhile in 2019, Peter starred in the award-winning horror fantasy-mystery film “The Prodigy”, next to Taylor Schilling and Jackson Robert Scott.
According to authoritative sources, Peter’s net worth has been estimated at over $2 million, as of mid- 2021, earned through his successful career as an actor, having so far secured more than 50 appearances in films and TV series.