Sara Ramirez


Sara Ramirez Bio

Who is Sara Ramirez

Mexican actress, singer, and songwriter, Sara Ramirez famous for her role as Callie Torres on Grey's Anatomy, she also starred in You've Got Mail. She earned the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of The Lady of the Lake in Spamalot.

Early Life (Childhood)

Grew up with the passion for music, she went to San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts, where she discovered her singing talent during an audition. During her high school, she played roles as the Witch in Into the Woods, Dolly in Hello, Dolly!, and Miss Hannigan in Annie. She later graduated with a degree in Bachelor's of Fine Arts (Dramatics).

Interesting Facts

She released her first single, a rendition of Silent Night, in 2009. Later in 2015, her second single was released. She is an active philanthropist and extensively campaign for the LGBT rights. Also, she associates with the True Colors Fund’s Board of Directors and The Task Force, The San Diego, New York, and San Francisco LGBT Centers. Her career earnings are outstanding. She is reported to be enjoying the net worth of $5 million as per the Celebrity Net Worth.

Personal Life

She engaged with her long-term boyfriend Ryan DeBolt, a business analyst at TIMEC in Paris, France in June 2011. They later married in a private beachside ceremony in New York on July 4, 2012. In October 2016, she came out as a bisexual and stated to The Huffington Post in through e-mail that her decision to come out publicly was a very natural one. In September 2016, she donated her hair to "Locks of Love," an organization that makes wigs for children who suffer from medical conditions.


She was acclaimed for her portrayal of Dr. Callie Torres in ABC's medical drama Grey's Anatomy. She earned the nominations for the Best Actress at the NAACP Image Award, the ALMA Award, and bagged the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. For her philanthropic activities, she was awarded the Ally for Equality Award by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.


To date, she has not been the part of any rumor and controversy.