Sarah Alles is a German voice artist and actress. Even as a child, there were only two possible paths for Sarah: actress or princess. A throne was still a long way off when she was discovered by a talent scout on the street in 1999 at the age of 12 and landed her first role. After graduating from high school, she studied at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin. In 2008, she played the counterpart to Christoph Waltz in "Das Geheimnis im Wald" and alongside Marianne Sägebrecht and Christian Oliver in "Immer Wirbel um Marie." Among the best-known series in which she has appeared and starred are "Leben für die Liebe" and "Rote Rosen" as well as "Heiter bis tödlich - Akte Ex" and the television film series "Kreuzfahrt ins Glück". Television dramas, art films and short films such as "Der Sieger in dir," "Verlangen" and "Pandora" feature her in serious and abysmal material that plumbs the depths of the soul. The adaptation of Brian Nelson's psychological thriller "Hard Candy", which was realized with her on stage, is also in this tradition. Sarah is a master of ballet, singing and karate. She was a three-time Berlin champion, Vice champion in Germany and Great Britain, and a member of the German national squad before she put martial arts on the back burner in favour of acting, but likes to use them to great effect for the latter. The second profession princess, however, is still open.