Since September 2008, Sabrina has been hosting Laugh Out Loud a weekly hour of comedy on CBC's Radio One. The show features comedy clips from comedy shows and interviews with Canada's top comedians.
Sabrina auditioned for Season 6 of Last Comic Standing in Toronto. Although she was invited back for the performance night at Yuk Yuk's, she did not advance further in the competition.
Sabrina also appears in Slice's Plastic Makes Perfect where she jokes about what women like and dislike about their body and the surgery used to alter physical appearances. She sometimes appears alongside fellow VOT juror Debra DiGiovanni.
At her convocation ceremony, Sabrina faked a huge trip as she stepped up to the stage to receive her diploma from David Suzuki.
Sabrina graduated from Ryerson University's Radio and Television Program in 2007.
Sabrina has an interesting ethnic background: her father is from Pakistan and her mother is from Switzerland. She often does impressions of her father.
Sabrina has been a columnist for The Toronto Star since 2006.
When Sabrina was 16, she became the youngest comedian to be featured on Yuk Yuk's regular roster, breaking Jim Carrey's age record. The same year, Sabrina became the youngest comedian hired by Second City, beating Mike Meyer's age record.