Canadian Actress Sarah Hansen Booth appears on Law Order – Special Victims

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement Twitter She will be the guest star on an episode of Law & Order – Special Victims Unit. This spinoff of Law and Order has been airing on the NBC network for 18 years. On February 15, 6.9 million Americans watched the 11th episode of the season live.A strong characterIn the episode No surrender, she interprets the role of Captain Beth Williams, a woman with a strong character serving in the military. “She finds herself in vulnerable situations, but she is a person who is able to shoulder the burden,” she outlines. “She doesn’t react in a typical way to situations involving sexual aggression. It’s as though she has been trained to deal with torture or that kind of aggression.” Advertisement As a teenager in Ormstown, Sarah Hansen Booth used to watch Law and Order – Special Victims Unit. This Wednesday, she will appear in an episode of a program that captivates more than six million American viewers each week.“I recently moved to Los Angeles with my husband [director and producer Gavin Michael Booth], to follow our dreams,” stated the actor. “Landing this role in the United States on the NBC network is huge. It’s going to give me so much exposure.”By the end of her audition, however, her expectations were not very high. “I did my audition with my iPhone and sent the clip to New York where shooting was taking place,” explained Hansen Booth. The next morning, I heard from my agents that the production team was very interested. They just wanted to know if I was ready to cut my hair and I didn’t have to do a second audition.” Login/Register With: Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment last_img

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