Sarah Elizabeth Barrable-Tishauer
(born July 6,
1988) is a Canadian actress
who is most known
for her role as Liberty Van Zandt
on the television series Degrassi: The Next
Barrable-Tishauer was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to a Black
mother and Jewish father.
Barrable-Tishauer has had theatrical acting
back to the early 2000s, when she was cast to play a major
character in the Toronto version of The Lion King.
An experienced dancer, pianist
, and trombone
player, Barrable-Tishauer received the opportunity, in 2002, to act
alongside Gregory Hines
, herself a
very experienced film
actress and tap dancer
, in the 2002 made-for-television
film "The Red Sneakers". This was her
first major experience as a television actress.
Soon after, she was cast as Liberty
on the hit Canadian television series Degrassi: The Next
. Being at "Degrassi" gave Barrable-Tishauer
much fame, as the program was popular among Canadian teenagers
since 1989, and, when Barrable-Tishauer
joined, was enjoying one of its most popular eras.
Barrable-Tishauer is presently enrolled at Concordia University in
Montréal, majoring in Journalism.
In 2009, after eight seasons on DTNG
character Liberty, was written off. Barrable-Tishauer continues her
studies at Concordia University in Montréal.