Sarah Butler Who Am I? 1

Who Am I ?


An Introduction to SARAH BUTLER

February 2011

1: Who am I?

I am a robot from the next generation, sent back in time to make you aware of the phenomenon of I Spit On Your Grave, the sweetest rape and revenge film in history. Hahaha…No, I’m just a girl, a girl with a dream, a dream I’m finally living–and loving it!

2: What do you do and what project are you currently working on?

I’m an actor and I’m currently promoting–what else? I Spit On Your Grave, out on DVD February 8th, 2011.

3: Where are you from and where are you going?

I’m from the lovely town of Puyallup, Washington, set in the shadow of the beautiful Mount Rainier. I’m actually here now, enjoying some family time in the northwest before heading back to L.A. to work on some deals I’m trying to close.

And I’m going…to infinity and beyond!! No, sorry for the silliness, but I’m just enjoying this journey, and I really don’t know where I’m going, but I’m really having a great time on my way there, and I’m sure when I get there, it’s going to be good.

4: Who is your biggest hero?

This is a hard one. I honestly can’t name one single person that is my biggest hero, but there have been so many people along the way that have influenced my life. My family has been the most prevalent–my mom, JoAnne, has taught me that understanding and tolerance are two of my biggest priorities. My dad, Bernie, has taught me that sensitivity and a genuine care for the wellness of others can earn you the most rewarding relationships. And my sister, Emily, is a force of youth that keeps me excited for what’s next in life. Their morals and priorities inspire me to just be a better person, in general, which is the closest thing to “success” I can hope to attain in this life.

5: What book is your bible?

I wish I could answer this, but embarrassingly enough, I don’t really read. I’m sure I’d be a lot cooler if I did.

6: What are some things you love? And some things you hate?

I love…the sunshine, being outdoors, happy hours, Thai food, fro-yo, traveling, and enjoying all of the above with people I love.

I hate…um, cockroaches, loud vehicles, and hate. Let’s just all get along. Minus the cockroaches and loud vehicles.

7: What is your raison d’etre?

Just happiness.

8: What is your favorite color?


9: Who is your favorite comic book superhero?

Kick-ass. It’s the only one I really know, besides the mainstream ones, and it’s not cool to name one of those. Plus, that movie rocked!! Cast me in the sequel, please!

10: What is your favorite NYC hot spot?

My cousin Kelly’s house. Someone should probably invite me to an NYC hotspot so I could have a real favorite one.

11: What turns you on?

Abercrombie cologne. Psych!! Ummm…I hope my parents don’t read this…awkward. Someone who knows who they are and is comfortable with that. That being said, they’ve got to be hot, good body, funny, smart and have all the same interests as me. I’m not picky!!

12: What would the last question of this questionnaire be if you were to ask it?

What’s the first thing you do in the morning and the last thing you do at night?

Actress Sarah Butler assumed the lead role of Anchor Bay’s remake of the revenge thriller I Spit On Your Grave (which is out on DVD February 8th, 2011). She stars as a writer who is brutalized and left for dead during her cabin retreat.

Not one to steer clear of the thriller genre, Butler previously starred in the controversial web series LUKE 11:17, as well as the more light-hearted I HEART VAMPIRES. Additional forays into series television include guest spots on both CSI: MIAMI and CSI: NY. She also appears in the dramedy feature A Couple of White Chicks at the Hairdresser with the likes of Shelley Long.

Originally from Washington State, Butler currently resides in Los Angeles. She enjoys cooking, exercising and the ocean when not honing her craft.


I Spit On Your Grave Official Website

Sarah Butler’s IMBD

Questions by PMc Magazine

Photography by Chris Dibble / Courtesy of Pinnacle PR

Design by Jillian Mercado


Sarah Butler, Los Angeles, 2010, Photograph by Chris Dibble, Courtesy of Pinnacle PR

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