Here is the first wave of images! Check the gallery later today for more.
I wanted to give a shameless plug to my newest site on Sarah’s stunning and talented boyfriend, Dominic Sherwood, so please stop by Dominic Sherwood Fan and take a look around!
I have added promotional images of Sarah from Vampire Academy to the gallery.
Films > 2013 – Vampire Academy > Promotional Shoot
Captures of Sarah from this past week’s episode of Modern Family have been added to the gallery.
Series Television > Modern Family > Season 6 > Episode Captures > 6.23 Crying Out Loud
Appearances > In 2015 > < href="http://www.sarah-hyland.net/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=560">Visiting Good Day New York
Congratulations to Sarah and the rest of the cast and crew of Modern Family!
On the comedy side:
“Modern Family” and “The Middle” will both be back for their seventh seasons, because of course they will. Fellow Wednesday successes “The Goldbergs” and “Black-ish” were renewed for a third and second season respectively. And midseason worked out well for ABC here as well, with both “Fresh Off The Boat” and, in perhaps ABC’s biggest head-scratcher, “Galavant” earning renewals.
I have added images of Sarah out and about at the Hawaiian Tropic Escape Event to the gallery. Enjoy!
Appearances > In 2015 > Hawaiian Tropic Escape Event
I have added photos of Sarah from the Kentucky Derby events this weekend to the gallery. More will be added when I can find them. Enjoy!
The star of the hit ABC sitcom Modern Family discusses her latest film See You in Valhalla, which she also produced, and why there needs to be more nuanced roles for women.
For the last decade, the reigning champion of the single-camera sitcom has been ABC’s Modern Family, and Sarah Hyland has stood out for her exceptional work as the thoughtfully shallow Haley Dunphy.
In between network television and films like Vampire Academy, Hyland has taken on the role of producer and star for the homecoming dramedy See You in Valhalla by brothers Brent and Jarret Tarnol. Involved in the project from its inception, Hyland plays the role of Johana Burwood, a young woman who is forced to go back to the town where she grew up when her brother is killed in a drug murder.
“Two years ago, Brent asked to write something for me—something that I hadn’t done before,” Hyland told The Daily Beast. “We worked on it together and it took about eight months to write the script.”
Valhalla is a departure from the sunny network comedy, although the production was not much longer than that of the average sitcom. The film was shot in only 13 days. Most of the movie takes place inside the family’s home. Jarret directed, making efficient use of the limited space. Meanwhile, Hyland carries the film, appearing in almost every scene and imbuing her character with the myriad complexities of an authentic human being—instead of an actor merely playing at authenticity.
The Tarnol Brothers have compared the film to such homecoming and dysfunctional family fare as Little Miss Sunshine and The Big Chill. The result is a movie that is entirely unique even as it treads familiar territory. There’s the erstwhile father (Conor O’Farell) under whose watch the family fell apart; the eldest, most conservative son, Don (Michael Weston); Johana’s openly gay brother, Dr. Barry Burwood (Bret Harrison), with whom she shares a close bond; and Shameless’s Steve Howey steals every scene he’s in as Barry’s partner—the pot-smoking, psychedelic mushroom-eating, archery enthusiast Markiwi.