Canadian Screen Award-winning actress Sarah Gadon was born in Toronto, Canada. Her passion for film led her to pursue a degree in Cinema Studies at the University of Toronto. Gadon’s breakthrough role came when director David Cronenberg cast her opposite Michael Fassbender, as Emma Jung in A Dangerous Method, which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival (2011). Gadon also co-starred in Cronenberg's next film, an adaptation of Don DeLillo's Cosmopolis, which premiered at Cannes in 2012, along with Brandon Cronenberg's Antiviral. She has since continued her working relationship with Cronenberg appearing in Maps to the Stars, which also premiered in competition at Cannes (2014).

Gadon's other film credits include Julian Jarrold's A Royal Night Out, Belle directed by Amma Asante, Enemy directed by Denis Villeneuve and Universal's Dracula Untold.

In 2015, Gadon was announced as the face of Armani's makeup and skincare line. "Sarah has the most delicate, classically beautiful facial features, with her blonde hair, clear complexion and crystalline eyes, and for me she is an example of contemporary beauty," said Giorgio Armani.

Gadon recently starred opposite Logan Lerman in James Schamus', Indignation, which garnered rave reviews at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. She can next be seen in Miramax's thriller, The Ninth Life of Louis Drax, directed by Alexandre Aja. Gadon was last seen on the small screen in Hulu's nine-part miniseries, 11/22/63, opposite James Franco, which began streaming in early 2016. Gadon recently wrapped filming The Death and Life of John F. Donovan.