Actress Sarah Lancaster was eight when her family moved from Kansas to Mission Viejo, California. Once in the vicinity of Hollywood the young aspiring entertainer studied at The Actors Workshop and worked as a dancer and print ad model before landing an agent and a role as Rachel Meyers on the series "Saved by Bell: The New Class" in 1993. Afterwards she appeared on a number of TV series including "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," "Sorority," "Boston Public," and "That '70s Show" before getting the opportunity to work with Steven Spielberg and Leonardo DiCaprio in the biopic "Catch Me if You Can." In the 2000s Lancaster found herself an in-demand television actress, playing love interest roles on "Scrubs" and "Everwood." By the close of the decade she had starred in a series on each of the three major networks. She played a blackjack dealer on the star-studded CBS show "Dr. Vegas" before bouncing to a lead role on the ABC comedy/drama "What About Brian" and then to another lead role as a sister on the critically acclaimed NBC program "Chuck."