- Sarah Hassan’s acting career begins in Tahidi High.
- She dumped her huge career and went to New York film academy to satisfy her thirst for film and acting.
- Sarah wins several awards and later gets married to her Mr. right
Sarah was born on 5th September, 1988. She is mostly known for acting as Tanya, on the debut, Tahidi High.
Sarah is the only child in her family, born of parents are Lucian and Hassan in Mombasa.
As a renowned actress, she’s won awards.
- In 2011, she won the Best Actress award at Tahidi High at the Chaguo la Teeniez Awards.
- In 2013, Sarah was the recipient of the Best Supporting Actress Award at House of Lungula at the Kalasha Awards.
- She also received the Best TV Host Award at Discovery +254 during the 2015 Kalasha Awards.
She went to Machakos girl’s high school.
From secondary school she enrolled for Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.
The dazzling beauty later enrolled at the prestigious New York film academy, where she gained both experience and exposure of being an actress.
Sarah is wildly affirmed as one of the people in Kenya, who gave up on huge careers to follow their passion.
Sarah made her first appearance on TV as an actress at the debut Tahidi High.
She won so many hearts as people loved the way she played her role as Tanya.
She was a host on a reality show aired on Maisha Max.
In 2013, later replaced Noni Gathoni as a host on the wedding show, where she worked for one year.
She was also cast in the film Crime and Justice on Showmax as a detective.
Apart from establishing herself through acting, she is also a renowned model.
Sarah is active and has worked in the Kenyan fashion industry.
In an unexpected turn of events, Sarah got engaged to the man she so much loved. They had dated for barely 6 months.
She and her husband Martin Dale exchanged their marriage vows in a garden wedding. The ceremony took place at Karura Forest in Nairobi on 25 February 2017.
Dale is from Nigeria and they have been a couple since 2015.
She and her husband welcomed a bouncing baby boy in 2019.
By Harriet Wambui