'The Republic of Sarah' Full Cast List: Meet Stella Baker and other stars
'The Republic of Sarah' tells the story of a girl named Sarah Cooper, who is fighting a giant corporation planning to wipe off her home city
‘The Republic of Sarah’ is one of the highly-anticipated shows of the year and tells the story of a young rebellious high-school teacher named Sarah Cooper, played by Stella Baker who recently starred in 'Tell me Your Secrets'. Sarah fights a big corporation when a massive vein of coltan - an incredibly valuable mineral used in tech - is discovered under the town.
The corporation is trying to take control of the valuable mineral and plans to wipe Greylock off the map. However, things take a U-turn when the residents of Greylock discover a shocking truth about their town. The series will be premiering exclusively on The CW on Monday, June 14 and is filled with some really talented actors. Let’s take a look at the cast of ‘The Republic of Sarah’.
Stella Baker as Sarah Cooper
The 27-year-old actress is one of the brightest talents in Hollywood right now and is steadily moving forward to make a name for herself. She is the daughter of actors Simon Baker and Rebecca Rigg. Simon is known for his roles in critically-acclaimed projects like ‘The Mentalist’, ‘The Guardian’ and ‘Breath’. Meanwhile, Rigg has also appeared on various high-end ventures like ‘Fatty Finn’, ‘Jerry Maguire’, ‘The Guardian’ and ‘The Sentinel’.
Stella started her professional career by making a cameo appearance on ‘The Mentalist’ in 2014. She produced and wrote a short film titled ‘Candace’ in 2018. The actress was recently seen portraying the role of Theresa Barlow in the acclaimed Netflix series ‘Tell Me Your Secrets’.
Luke Mitchell as Danny Cooper
Born on April 17, 1985, Luke Mitchell wanted to be a professional tennis player when he was young but gave it up after realizing that he wanted to do something else. He went on to train at the Film and Television Studio International and worked in various theatre productions across Australia.
While doing a show in Melbourne, he auditioned for a guest role in the TV show ‘Neighbors’ and appeared in 11 episodes. In 2008, he made his feature film debut with ‘Performance Anxiety’ and garnered a lot of praise for his acting. On the TV front, he kept on getting main roles in shows like ‘H2O: Just Add Water’, ‘Home and Away’ and ‘The Tomorrow People’. In 2015, he had a recurring role in Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ However, he was promoted to the main cast for Season 3.
Mitchell was last seen in Amazon Prime Video’s ‘Without Remorse’ alongside Michael B Jordan.
Izabella Alvarez as Maya Jimenez
Alvarez started acting at the age of 6 and her first role was in a retail television commercial with her family. She made her TV debut at the age of 10 with the TV series ‘Anger Management’ alongside Charlie Sheen. Meanwhile, her first recurring role was that of Sarah in Season 4 of ‘Shameless’.
Alvarez was a part of the main cast of made for television film ‘Raised by Wolves’ where she played Dolly Gabel, the daughter of Sheila Gabel (Georgia King). Since then, the actress has featured in various projects such as ‘Westworld’, ‘S.W.A.T.’, ‘Magic Camp’ and ‘The Casagrandes’.
Hope Lauren as Corrine Dearborn
Born on June 10, 1993, Hope Lauren began her professional career as an actress with the comedy series ‘Last Man Standing’. The actress shared the screen with iconic actors like Tim Allen and Hector Elizondo. Lauren went on to make cameo appearances in various TV series like ‘Faking It’, ‘Major Crime’ and ‘Agent Carter’.
She had a recurring role in the hit TV series ‘Awkward’ and appeared in 7 episodes of Season 5. Lauren was recently seen in a short movie titled ‘Mine’ alongside Kirby Johnson and Ryan Cooper.
Nia Holloway as AJ Johnson
Holloway is relatively new to the entertainment industry and has appeared in a couple of TV shows. She was a participant in the singing reality show ‘Majors & Minors’ in 2011. Meanwhile, she made her acting debut with a cameo appearance on ‘Hawaii Five-0’.
She is quite active on social media and has more than 15,000 followers on Instagram.
Ian Duff as Grover Sims
Duff has been a part of the entertainment industry since 2014 and made his debut with a short film. The actor went on to make cameo appearances in shows like ‘Homeland’ and ‘Up North’. Duff had a recurring role in the critically-acclaimed TV show ‘New Amsterdam’. He portrayed the character of Michael Duke in Season 2 of the show.
The actor was last seen in the Oscar-winning movie ‘Judas and the Black Messaiah’ alongside Daniel Kaluuya, LaKeith Stanfield, and Jesse Plemons.
Excited about ‘The Republic of Sarah’? Catch the upcoming show exclusively on The CW on Monday, June 14, at 9 pm EST.