Sandra Staggs hails from the Big Easy. An Air Force brat and one of five children, she began performing at a very early age. Her first Equity Theatre performance was at the age of ten in Virginia, where she played Alice in “Alice Through The Looking Glass”; at that moment her mother knew Sandra was destined to take a road less traveled, a path which would lead to multiple careers in the entertainment business.
Currently Sandra can be seen starring in the feature film “Born & Raised” which garnered “Best Ensemble Cast” at the 2012 Breckenridge Film Festival. The film has received critical acclaim and has been honored at sixteen film festivals to date. Other recent theatrical works include: I Love Your Moves, Hold On Loosely, Without Borders, Gettin’ It, Faith Happens, Paradox Alice, Area 51, Freak Dance and Trigger.
Sandra’s success in her comedic feature films have made her a sought-after actress for improv comedy shows. She has starred in Lifetime’s “Prank My Mom”, Prank My Kid” and “Propos’d” , Spike TV’s “World’s Worst Tenants” and “Last Family On Earth”, GSN’s “Total Recall”, and ComedyTimes “ManBrain”. Other dramatic television works include Fox’s “Melrose Place” which launched her acting career, Discovery’s “Kidnap and Rescue”, TLC’s “I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant”, and E! Entertainments “Serial Killers”.
As a successful commercial actress Sandra can be seen around the world starring in Coke Zero: Mission Possible, Shark Vacuum, Walgreens, Walmart, Goldmax, Santa Ana Star Casino and OurTime.com to name a few. Her approachability and experience as an entertainment television host in Nashville makes Sandra a popular choice for TV Hosting and infomercials.
A distinguished voice-over artist recognized primarily for her deep, sexy voice, Sandra has lent her signature silky reads to many top commercial campaigns. Her broad vocal range and training as an actor make her a much sought-after VO talent for ADR loop groups for features and made-for-TV movies. She also co-hosts her own radio show. The 2 Hearts show provides a refreshing, irreverent new voice for women on talk radio. Infused with humor, heart and candor, the show presents a daring new take on the issues that touch men and women's minds and hearts.
Sandra is also a 14-year cable industry veteran in marketing, advertising, publicity and sales. For the past fifteen years she has worked in film and television, where her emphasis has been in the creation, development, producing and financing of films and reality programming for domestic and international distribution.
Throughout the years Sandra taught ballroom dancing for Arthur Murray and Fred Astaire studios. Her dance repertoire includes all of the Latin styles, plus the Waltz, Polka and Foxtrot. In her youth she was a competitive baton twirler winning many regional and national titles. At home she is a food enthusiast cooking up her southern delicacies for friends and family.