A three-time Drama Desk Nominee, Sarah is a native San Franciscan. She studied with ACT's Young Conservatory, and graduated Cum Laude from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she trained at Playwrights Horizon Theater School and spent a year in London at RADA. She is a proud member of Partial Comfort Productions & LAByrinth Theater Company.

Recent Theater: Life Is A Dream (Cal Shakes, Loretta Greco), This Golden State (Magic Theatre, Loretta Greco), Water By The Spoonful (The Old Globe, Eddie Torres), Se Llama Cristina (Magic Theatre, Loretta Greco), Nature Of Captivity (Mabou Mines, Victor Maog) Bright New Boise (Drama Desk Nom.,Partial Comfort Productions, Davis McCallum), Eldoris,(T41, Leigh Silverman) Sor Juana (Royal Shakespeare Company & LAByrinth), The Provenance of Beauty (Obie Award, Drama Desk Nom.,The Foundry Theater, Melanie Joseph), Widows (Reverie, dir. Hal Brooks) KIDSTUFF (Partial Comfort, Erica Gould), Rearviewmirror (Drama Desk Nom Reverie, dir. Carl Forsman) ..A Matter of Choice (Partial Comfort, John Gould Rubin).

Recent TV & FILM: "Unforgettable", "Oscar", "Parker & Maggie", "Are We There Yet", "The Green", "SATC", "Law & Order", "Avatar"


"Hayon's Yaz, girl from the 'hood and scintillating academic, bridges two divergent cultures in the marrow of her being."- LA Times (Water By The Spoonful)

"Sarah Nina Hayon is blessed with a creative comic verve that is a delight to watch."-The New York Times (KIDSTUFF)

"Sarah Nina Hayon is instantly riveting." -TheaterMania (Reaverviewmirror)

"Sarah Nina Hayon is just excellent." -The Village Voice (Rearviewmirror)

"Sarah Nina Hayon creates such a genuine character that one can't help but wonder how similar she is to the person she is portraying. She's not, obviously. She's working up there. And the fully fleshed-out character she brings to the stage is refreshing.Her performance is excellent because she is so raw." -Off-Off-Online (Rearviewmirror)