Before she entered the film and entertainment industry, Sarah Ann Schultz was a model at age 16. Schultz moved to Los Angeles with hopes of pursuing an acting career and nabbed her first film "Den of Lions," an FBI thriller starring Stephen Dorff. She continued finding roles in independent horror films, such as the satyrical comedy "Joe Killionaire" and the monster flick "Skeleton Man." Schultz maintained her repertoire by appearing in the political conspiracy action movie "End Game" starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Burt Reynolds. In 2007, she played a news reporter in the thriller "Cleaner," with an all-star cast including Samuel L. Jackson and Eva Mendes. She was cast in an additional Cuba Gooding Jr. military thriller "The Way of War" in 2009. Schultz's first lead role was playing Christian Slater's character's kidnapped lover in the action film "Lies & Illusions." Schultz acted in the fantasy vampire film "Abelar: Tales of an Ancient Empire" and even performed her own stunts in the murderous action film "The Hit List." 2011 was a vital year in her career since she acted in and produced the detective thriller "The River Murders" starring Ray Liotta and Christian Slater. Schultz hopes to further her career by producing more films and creating her own production company.