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Also Known As: Barnard Carr, Barney Carr Died:
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Sarah Carter started her career as a dancer, and as an actress has shown little hesitation about taking on very physical roles. Her early appearances included television series and genre films. She had a small supporting part in the 2001 horror movie "Mindstorm," while in the 2003 "Final Destination 2" she played one of the initial victims of Death (also known as Rube Goldberg)--her character ends up crushed by an 18-wheeler truck. Throughout the early '00s, she also appeared in a recurring part on "Smallville" as Alicia Baker, a teenager who has the ability to teleport. While she at first acts like a friend to protagonist Clark Kent (who has superpowers himself), the character eventually descends into obsessive behavior. Around the same time that Carter landed her first grown-up ongoing role as Madeleine Poe, an assistant district attorney in the legal drama "Shark," she co-starred in "DOA: Dead or Alive," an action movie based on a video game, as a skilled fighter who hopes to win an underground tournament to honor her father. "Shark," meanwhile, was cancelled in 2008, but led to a stint for Carter as a laboratory technician on "CSI: NY."

Sarah Carter started her career as a dancer, and as an actress has shown little hesitation about taking on very physical roles. Her early appearances included television series and genre films. She had a small supporting part in the 2001 horror movie "Mindstorm," while in the 2003 "Final Destination 2" she played one of the initial victims of Death (also known as Rube Goldberg)--her character ends up crushed by an 18-wheeler truck. Throughout the early '00s, she also appeared in a recurring part on "Smallville" as Alicia Baker, a teenager who has the ability to teleport. While she at first acts like a friend to protagonist Clark Kent (who has superpowers himself), the character eventually descends into obsessive behavior. Around the same time that Carter landed her first grown-up ongoing role as Madeleine Poe, an assistant district attorney in the legal drama "Shark," she co-starred in "DOA: Dead or Alive," an action movie based on a video game, as a skilled fighter who hopes to win an underground tournament to honor her father. "Shark," meanwhile, was cancelled in 2008, but led to a stint for Carter as a laboratory technician on "CSI: NY."

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Who Killed Doc Robbin (1948) Director
2.
  Curley (1947) Director
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  Song of the Islands (1942) Assistant Director
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  Orchestra Wives (1942) Assistant Director
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  Topper Returns (1941) Assistant Director
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  Road Show (1941) Assistant Director
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  Rise and Shine (1941) Assistant Director
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  Week-End in Havana (1941) Assistant Director
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  Captain Caution (1940) Assoc dir
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  Turnabout (1940) Assistant Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Pick a Star (1937) Assistant to Johnson
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 Three Godfathers (1936) Ralph
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 General Spanky (1936) Jeff
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 The Virginia Judge (1935) Clerk
5.
 Murder in the Fleet (1935) Officer
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