Sarah Wright was known as Sarah Mason until she got divorced and changed her name back to Sarah Wright.
Sarah was one of the final three women considered for the female leading role in the movie Transformers 3.
She worked in Japan for a semester. She was 16 at the time.
As of 2006 she lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Sarah's younger brother Sammy is a Marine, her father Robert is a pastor, and her mother Debbie is a dental technician.
She is known to be signed with "Ford Models" Los Angeles.
Sarah Mason is 5'9" (1.75 meters) and as of 2006 her measurements were 34B-24-34.
Sarah became a model at age 14.
Sarah Wright: (on working with Matthew McConaughey) Incredible. Matthew McConaughey is the best guy to work with. He's so nice, so chill. He's amazing.
Sarah Wright: (on her role in the movie Surfer, Dude with Matthew McConaughey) I play like this girl who's in love with him, kind of . That's a goofy, bubbly character too so it's… I kind of play like his love interest/best friend in the movie.
Sarah Wright: (on the importance of getting the message of the movie The House Bunny out) Oh, the message was absolutely important to get out. I think it's a great empowering thing to tell women, to go get your education and go out there and be who you want to be and not who somebody else wants you to be. I think that's great for everyone woman to know.
Sarah Wright: (on how she learned to play a mean person in the movie The House Bunny) I went with more of being super nice at the beginning and then easing into more of a conniving thing. I was kind of pulling from Reese Witherspoon in Election and like Rachel McAdams from Mean Girls, and putting those two together.
Sarah Wright: (on how fun it was playing a mean person in the movie The House Bunny) It was actually really fun. I've never done that before and it was awesome. I had a great time. It was more of a conniving sort of character and I usually play like the bubbly, you know, bright person so it was cool.
Sarah Wright: (on playing a mean character in the movie The House Bunny) I am, yes. I am the preppie sorority girl who is out to demolish everyone.