Sarah Jeffery has taken on villains, monsters, and for her latest role she’s up against nightmares with the animated series, Lego Dreamzzz.
The imaginative series follows school friends, with Jeffery as Zoey, as they enter the Dream World together, only to find that the nightmares there, and the Nightmare King, have followed them into the waking world.
The series is magical, with a bit of heart, and a great sense of humour. “The show is larger than life and imaginative,” Jeffery said, and playing Zoey is “so much fun.”
“They told me that she is pretty tough and the cool kid at school, or too cool for school, and that was really fun for me because I tend to play a lot of happy-go-lucky characters–and I’m kind of myself more happy-go-lucky–so getting to dig into my bolder side and play with the attitude was really fun.”
Like most kids, Jeffery was a big fan of Lego when she was growing up, so she really enjoyed getting the chance to play in this world.
“I have always loved playing with Lego sets and Lego bricks, and I had [lots of] Lego as a kid, and it was so great because you could… make whatever you wanted and build your own world, and that’s kind of what we’re doing with the show.”
Some of the Lego Dreamzzz sets even come with a Zoey Minifigure, so she’s excited to see character in person one of these days.
Lego Dreamzzz is also unique, because it’s streaming on a number of services, so anyone can find it. You can find the series streaming now on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Tubi, Pluto TV, and YouTube.
During her impressive career already, the Canadian actress, singer, and dancer has worked on Disney’s Descendants films, the series Shades of Blue, and the Charmed reboot. Coming soon, and for a more mature audience, Jeffery also worked with Tyler Perry for his drama, Six Triple Eight, about the real-life all-Black and all-female battalion who served during World War II.
Watch the full interview with Sarah Jeffery at the top of the story for everything she had to say about Lego Dreamzzz, her upcoming work, her amazing fans, and how she keeps social media healthy.
Kerry Washington, Oprah Winfrey and Sam Waterston are toplining Tyler Perry’s Six Triple Eight, the prolific director’s fourth film for Netflix.
Washington will also executive produce the film about the true story of the only all-black, all-female World War II battalion that proved key to the American war effort. The ensemble cast in the film, which has begun production, includes Ebony Obsidian, Milauna Jackson, Kylie Jefferson, Shanice Shantay, Sarah Jeffery, Pepi Sonuga and Jay Reeves.
Perry and his team also cast Jeanté Godlock, Moriah Brown, Baadja-Lyne Odums, Gregg Sulkin, Dean Norris and Susan Sarandon. Perry wrote the script for Six Triple Eight, which his based on an article by Kevin M. Hymel for WWII History magazine.
He will also produce the film alongside Nicole Avant, Keri Selig, Angi Bones, Carlota Espinosa and Tony Strickland, while Peter Guber will also executive produce.
Six Triple Eight recalls 855 women who joined the war effort with little knowledge of what exactly they would be doing, but were quickly given the mission to sort through and fix a three-year backlog of undelivered mail.
Their herculean task was done as the women faced discrimination, an unfamiliar land and a war-torn country as they sorted over 17 million pieces of mail, reconnecting American soldiers with their families and loved ones back home.
The story of the 6888th Postal Directory Battalion, until now kept out of history books, was restored on March 14th, 2022 when U.S. President Joe Biden signed a bill for the women to receive the Congressional Gold Medal, Congress’ highest honor.
Six Triple Eight will mark Perry’s latest film he directed for Netflix after A Fall From Grace, A Madea Homecoming, and A Jazzman’s Blues. Perry, WME and Johnson Shapiro recently inked a four-picture deal with Amazon Studios.
Washington is repped by CAA, Washington Square Arts, The Lede Company and Hansen Jacobsen.
Sarah en Melonie hebben een interview gehad met TheWrap.com over het vierde seizoen van ‘Charmed’.
‘Charmed’: Sarah Jeffery and Melonie Diaz Say Kaela’s Powers Will Be ‘Super Helpful’ in Handling New ‘Trickster’ Villain
Those powers manifest in ways that ”will surprise the audience,“ Diaz tells TheWrap
A new Charmed one has arrived. The season four premiere of The CW’s “Charmed” introduced Lucy Barrett’s Kaela, a young witch with manifestation powers. Those powers will be key in helping take down the newest big bad, according to series stars Sarah Jeffery and Melonie Diaz.
What exactly are manifestation powers? Essentially, it’s the power of seeing and creating. In the season premiere, we see that Kaela has a penchant for art, and has been drawing people and places she sees in her dreams (including Mel and Maggie). In some cases, her drawings even manifest themselves in the real world.
Though Kaela’s magic proved to be a problem for Josefina, who ate an apple that fell out of Kaela’s drawing and then became a drawing herself — simultaneously creating a negative space monster — Jeffery and Diaz tease Kaela’s abilities as “super helpful.”
Sarah’s mummer ‘Queen Of Mean’ staat om #27 van de meeste gestreamde Disney liedjes in Groot Brittannië. Het lied kwam uit als onderdeel van de ‘Descendants 3 film’
27. Queen of Mean – Sarah Jeffery
From: Descendants 3 (2019)
UK streams: 33.6 million
Made of TV trilogy Descendants – which follows the exploits of the children of several Disney villains like Maleficent and Cruella De Vil – places several songs in the Top 100, but this is the highest of the lot. It’s sung by Canadian actress Sarah Jeffrey, who plays the antagonistic child of Sleeping Beauty and Prince Philli
Sarah staat op de cover van Modeliste Magazine met een nieuwe fotoshoot door Sarah Krick.
Timeless yet on-trend, effortlessly cool yet classic, and perfectly relatable are the words that instantly come to describe singer, actress and all-around It Girl, Sarah Jeffery. Upon meeting her, she conveys an enviable aesthetic that engages everyone in the room. Sarah has continued to make waves in Hollywood with her string of exciting roles as Audrey, the daughter of Princess Aurora in Disney’s Descendants franchise, and the lead role of Maggie Vera on the CW series, Charmed. With her second single, SUFFER, currently out and available on all platforms, Sarah continues to serve as inspiration for girls and women the world over. In celebration of her latest single release, Modeliste had the opportunity to sit down and hear about Sarah’s upcoming projects, how she’s currently spending her days, and what her favorite beauty hacks are. To find out, read on for the full interview.
Where were you born?
I was born in Vancouver B.C!
Where are you currently living?
I currently split my time between Vancouver, where I shoot Charmed, and LA, where I spend my time when I’m not shooting.
What’s your favorite thing to do in Vancouver and LA when you’re not working?
My favorite thing to do in Vancouver is hang out with my family and spend time in nature. I also love skiing during the winter! In LA, I spend a lot of my time having dinners and beach days with my friends. Wherever I am, I always have a book with me.
Het is bekend geworden dat Sarah is gecast in de nieuwe film ‘Year Of The Fox’, de opnames zijn inmiddels al afgerond.
Sarah Jeffery (The CW’s Charmed), Emmy nominee Jane Adams (Hacks), Jake Weber (Those Who Wish Me Dead) and Balthazar Getty (Twin Peaks) will star in Year of the Fox, the latest feature from award-winning director Megan Griffiths (Lucky Them, Eden, The Off Hours), which has wrapped production in the state of Washington.
The film written by Eliza Flug is a fictionalized depiction of teenage experiences and personal encounters she had while growing up in Aspen, Colorado, during the last of its utopian heyday. Set in 1997, it tells the story of 17-year-old Ivy (Jeffery), who was adopted as an infant into a wealthy and notable Aspen family and is now navigating the fallout of her parents’ bitter divorce.
Ivy’s mother, Paulene (Adams), prepares to relocate to her native Seattle, taking Ivy with her. But Ivy’s influential and controlling father, Huxley (Weber), pulls Ivy ever closer by inviting her and her friends into Aspen’s bacchanalian party scene, where Ivy’s attachment issues align with the predatory nature of a charming older man (Getty). As she watches her mother retreat, her father detach, and her best friend Layla (Lexi Simonsen) get drawn into a tricky world of elitism and validation, Ivy struggles to find her own path without stumbling.
Flug produced with Lacey Leavitt (Sadie, Safety Not Guaranteed) and Jennifer Roth (Blood Father, Mudbound).
“A reckoning has been taking place over the past few years regarding how our culture treated Monica Lewinsky, Britney Spears, Anita Hill, and so many other women who entered the public eye in the late 90s. I believe that Year of the Fox has something to add to this conversation,” said Griffiths. “It is a story that explores the dangers of allowing powerful men to dictate who you should be, and the freedom that can come with seeking that answer within yourself.”
Jeffery currently plays series regular Maggie in CBS and The CW’s Charmed reboot, exec produced by Jane the Virgin‘s Jennie Syder Urman, also playing Jennifer Lopez’s daughter in three seasons of NBC’s Shades of Blue, and portraying Thandie Newton’s daughter as a series regular on Audience Network’s Rogue. The actress has also starred on the TV side in final installment of The Disney Channel’s Descendants trilogy, directed by Kenny Ortega, recurring on Fox series Wayward Pines, exec produced by M. Night Shyamalan, opposite Matt Dillon, Terrence Howard, and Melissa Leo. Her film credits include Director X’s Across the Line, in which she co-starred opposite Stephan James, and Joshua Caldwell’s Be Somebody.
Adams is a Tony and Drama Desk Winner and Golden Globe nominee, who recently landed her first Emmy nomination for her guest-starring turn as Nina Daniels in HBO Max’s hit comedy series, Hacks. The actress has also appeared on the TV side in Netflix’s Messiah and HBO’s Hung, along with Easy, Sneaky Pete, Claws, Twin Peaks, Frasier, Relativity and more. Notable film credits include Amy Seimetz’s She Dies Tomorrow, Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Curtis Hanson’s Wonder Boys, Gus Van Sant’s Restless, Todd Field’s Little Children, Brad Silberling’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Jake Kasdan’s Orange County, and Alan Cumming and Jennifer Jason Leigh’s The Anniversary Party. In addition to Netflix’s Easy, the actress has collaborated with Joe Swanberg on films including Build the Wall, Digging for Fire, All the Light in the Sky, Silver Bullets and Alexander the Last.
In his 30-year acting career across film, theatre and television, Weber has appeared in such films as Dawn of the Dead, Meet Joe Black, Learning to Drive, Midway, Berlin, I Love You, Head Full of Honey, Thank You for Your Service, Hungry Hearts, Amistad, The Pelican Brief and Born on the Fourth of July. The actor has found series regular roles in Medium, Homeland, Hell on Wheels and The Mind of the Married Man, along with a notable recurring role in Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why. He was recently seen in Taylor Sheridan’s film Those Who Wish Me Dead and will next appear in Vincent Grashaw’s thriller What Josiah Saw, along with the upcoming third season of Peacock’s Departure.
Getty is an award-winning actor, writer, director, producer, artist, musician, DJ, designer, and philanthropist who launched his career as a child actor with Harry Hook’s 1990 film adaptation of Lord of the Flies. The actor has starred in more than four dozen films, finding notable credits in David Lynch’s cult classic Lost Highway, Ridley Scott’s White Squall, and most recently, La Flamme Rouge and The Judge. His TV credits include Lynch’s Showtime continuation of Twin Peaks, ABC’s Alias and Brothers and Sisters, and Mike White’s Fox show, Pasadena.
Jeffery is represented by Alchemy Entertainment, Play Management and Ziffren Brittenham; Adams by Gersh, Framework Entertainment and Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern; Weber by Framework Entertainment; Getty by CESD Talent Agency, Framework Entertainment, and Untitled Entertainment; Simonsen by AKA Talent agency and Vault Entertainment; Flug by Donaldson & Callif; Griffiths by ICM Partners, Jen Au Management and Brecheen Feldman Breimer.
Sarah heeft een interview gehad met pop-culturalist.com waarin ze praat over haar nieuwe single ‘Suffer’ en over het vierde seizoen van ‘Charmed’.
Sarah Jeffery is an exciting triple threat who has the industry under her spell. From starring roles in projects including Descendants and Charmed to releasing her debut single “Even the Stars”, Sarah is captivating audiences in all facets of her career.
This October, Sarah continues to wow fans with the release of “Suffer”.
Pop-Culturalist was lucky enough to chat with Sarah about the inspiring message behind “Suffer”, tapping into her vulnerability, and what’s ahead for the Charmed Ones.
P-C: How did you discover your passion for acting and music?
Sarah: I started dancing at the age of three. I continued to dance throughout my whole childhood and teen years. Because of that, I was always very open to the arts and receptive to all different kinds of art forms.
My family is quite artistic. I was always bound to do something in it, which is funny because I initially wanted to do medicine, but I think I’m better off this way.
P-C: Who or what has had the biggest influence on your career?
Sarah: I always think back to the first project that I did called Rogue. I worked with Thandiwe Newton. I’ve always respected her as an actress, but then I got to know her as a human. My respect and love for her grew. When I think back on things that have really made an impact, I think of my time working with her and how lovely she was taking me under her wing. She made sure my first time on a set was comfortable, and she taught me a lot. I love her.
P-C: You’ve had a lot of success already in your young career. When you look back, is there a particular moment that stands out to you?
Sarah: Descendants definitely stands out as a time in my life where it was all coming very fast. It was very exciting. You never know how people are going to react to something, but people loved those films, especially my character in the third film. I had a larger role, and I got to sing. It’s when I realized that I had people who looked up to me, people were dressing up as my character for Halloween, and there were Barbie dolls of the characters. It was a surreal meta moment.
P-C: You’ve got a new single out now. Tell us about “Suffer” and the inspiration behind the song.
Sarah: I was inspired by a breakup I had about four years ago that was particularly rough. Everyone can relate to that in one way or another, whether it’s a romantic relationship, a friendship, a family dynamic, it can be rocky. Sometimes they end in a way that really sticks with you.
For me, that happened about four years ago. It really forced me to get to know myself better and push through. That is the leading message for me with “Suffer”. It’s their loss and your gain because you get to know yourself better. That’s so important in every relationship—you can’t share the best version of yourself with someone else until you’re confident and solid in your own two feet.
De nieuwste appereances van de cast staan in de galerij!
http//: 16 juli: Michael Gelman & Ali Wentworth Celebrate The Launch Of Yoga Pant Nation By Laurie Gelman
http//: 30 juli 2021: RomaDrama Live!
http//: 12 september: Yes On Recall – The People vs Newsom Press Conference
http//: 19 september: 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards
http//: 19 september: HBO/ HBO Max Post Emmys Reception
http//: 22 september: “Runt” Los Angeles Premiere
http//: 30 september: Variety’s Power of Women Presented by Lifetime
Sarah was afgelopen woensdag op de premiere van de nieuwe ‘Gossip Girl’ serie voor HBO Max in NYC. Dit was voor het eerst in bijna 2 jaar tijd dat ze fysiek weer aanwezig was op een event.
http//: 30 juni: “Gossip Girl” New York Premiere