Sarah Pribis


Sarah Pribis is an actress, producer, writer, and host who trained at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and made her Broadway debut in Les Miserables. She is the host of the viral mobile app, HQ Trivia.

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What does success mean to you?

Success is being able to support myself through my art.

What is your mantra or favorite saying? (If it's a known quote, please let us know who said it first!)

Comparison is the thief of joy. -Theodore Roosevelt

What failure taught you the most about life or business? What was the lesson?

I was let go from a job that I had tied to my worth. I was completely devastated and felt like I had no identity for quite some time. Ultimately, I learned that every opportunity is just that — an opportunity — and to enjoy the adventure along the way!

If you could teach the world one five-minute lesson, what would it be?

Surrender! We are in the efforts business, not the results business. Put in the work and then let go of the outcome.

Knowing what you know now, what would you have done differently when you were first starting out?

I would have more faith and not spent so much time worrying about things that were out of my control.

What does women's empowerment look like to you in action?

Sharing knowledge and resources, and lifting each other up!

What would you tell 19-year-old YOU?

You are going to live a life beyond your wildest dreams.

What is your favorite place for our audience to reach you?

@sarahpribis on TikTok, IG, and Twitter

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