In 2016, Sara won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment in her work on The Talk.
Sara was born on exactly the same day as fellow actress Kelly Packard.
In 2011, Sara started dating Linda Perry.
Sara's father's name is Harold A. Abeles and her mother's name is Barbara Crane Cowan.
Sara created the CBS daytime talk show on The Talk, as well as co-host and executive produces the series.
Sara graduated Yale University A magna cum laude graduate.
The movie Scooby Doo had been in development since 1996. At that time, Sara Gilbert was slated to play the part of Velma. The part went to Linda Cardelli instead.
Sara Gilbert is the granddaughter of the late comedy writer, Harry Crane, who co-created the Jackie Gleason classic television comedy series, The Honeymooners (1952).
In 1998, Sara Gilbert wrote and directed a made for TV movie called Even The Losers.
In 1990, Sara Gilbert played "Sudie" in the movie Sudie and Simpson.
Sara Gilbert has won three "Youth in Film Awards."
In 1981, Sara Gilbert appeared in a Kool-Aid commercial.
In 1997, Sara Gilbert directed the movie Persona Non Grata.
In 1992, Sara Gilbert was nominated for "Best Supporting Actress" for her role in Poison Ivy.
In 1999, Sara Gilbert was the executive producer and star of The Next Best Thing, however it wasn't picked up by any networks and never aired.
In 1996, Sara Gilbert was directed by her sister, Melissa Gilbert, in the after school special Me And My Hormones.
In 1992, Sara Gilbert made her movie debut in Poison Ivy along side Drew Barrymore.
In 1982, Sara Gilbert appeared in the series Tales of the Apple Dumpling Gang for a short time.
Sara Gilbert started acting when she was only six years old.
While Sara Gilbert was at Yale, she was majoring in Art and Photography.
Sara Gilbert was supposed to appear in the 1999 movie Outside Providence, but her part was later cut out of the film.
Sara Gilbert's first audition for a TV show was for The Facts Of Life.
Sara Gilbert's real last name is Abeles and she didn't go by Gilbert until her sister got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Sara Gilbert is 5 feet 3 inches tall.
Sara appeared on the Celebrity Poker Showdown on game four.
Sara has a re-curring role as Paula on 24.
In 1998, the short film, Persona Non Grata, in which Sara Gilbert made her directorial debut and narrated, received critical acclaim and was selected for the line-up for screening at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival.
Sara is ranked # 38 in VH1's list of 100 Greatest Kid Stars.
Sara played the part of Tina in Riding In Cars With Boys, in 2001.
Sara was hired on at Roseanne in 1988 and stayed for 9 years.
Sara decided that she wanted to be an actress, when she watched her sister Melissa get her star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
She is best known for her role as Darlene on Roseanne.
Sara Gilbert is a lesbian; she and her partner, writer and producer Allison Adler, were together from 2002 - 2011. They have two children together: Sara gave birth to their daughter, Sawyer Gilbert Adler on August 2, 2007, and son, Levi Hank, who was carried by Allison, was born in October of 2004.
Sara Gilbert made a total of $7,700,000 through out the whole series of Roseanne.
Gilbert is a vegan.
Sara Gilbert: (on her co-host on CBS's The Talk) Leah [Remini] is just the funniest person in the world and watching her talent is amazing. She's also a really loving, giving friend and person. Julie [Chen] has been an extraordinary teacher in this process for me. She has so much experience doing this, so I really have looked to her for guidance. She's been so supportive. Sharon [Osbourne] is really loving and I love my connection with her. We sit backstage and talk and laugh and I love that and how fun she is. Holly [Robinson-Peete] is just strong and real. We have a great bond by sitting in the make-up room we share before the show and just talking.
Sara Gilbert: (on the process of choosing Gilbert, Leah Remini, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson-Peete and Julie Chen as co-host on CBS's The Talk) It was a group process putting the show together. I had a lot of ideas of people I wanted and we were lucky enough to have some of them available. The casting process was amazing, just that it could be so close to what I wanted was like a dream come true.
Sara Gilbert: (on the CBS's TV show The Talk) I would say that I never dreamt that the chemistry would be what it is, that it would be, I think funnier than I even expected. I'm really excited about that. I love my co-hosts, and the producers and I'm just having way more fun than I ever thought. You know, it's been an awesome experience.
Sara Gilbert: (on how she became executive producer on CBS's The Talk) I'm an EP because I pitched the idea to the network about the show. I have two kids and I had joined this group for second time moms. We sat around and talked about our kids and different issues that came up about the world in general and gossip in our lives. I thought what if we did that kind of show, one that was centered on a group of friends that all have kids?
Sara Gilbert: (on working with Drew in the film Riding in Cars with Boys) I think Drew is really light-hearted, really sweet, and really generous.
Sara Gilbert: (on if she is open to working in TV) I love TV so much. I think I really see myself doing TV more than ever.
Sara Gilbert: (on her vegan diet) I'm vegan so I'm about as green as you get.
Sara Gilbert: (on her relationship with television producer Alison Adler) I wouldn't trade that time, it's such a special time in my life.
Sara Gilbert: I just wonder what it would be like to be able to go places without people recognizing me.