An American actress Sarah L. Trigger is simply known as Sarah Trigger. The gorgeous actress is well known for her roles on “The Phantom”, “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey”, and “Deadfall”.
Sarah Trigger Childhood, Education
She was born on 12th of June 1968 in London, England. Her birth sign is Gemini. Regarding her nationality, she is a British and belongs to Caucasian ethnicity. Trigger is a married woman and has a two son, one with her ex-husband and another with her present husband.
Not much is known about her childhood, parents, and his academic qualification. She is a private person when it comes to her personal life.
TV Debut and Career Afterwards, Work in Movies
At the age of 22, Trigger made her TV debut portraying the character Edwina in the TV series “Monster”. The same year, she made her appearance in TV series “Screen Two”, “21 Jump Street”, “Nasty Boys”, “EI Diablo”, and “Kid”.
The following year, she was featured in two TV movies, “The Last to Go” and “Aftermath: A Test of Love” and three movies, “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey”, “Paradise”, and “Grand Canyon”. So far, Trigger has worked on 30 different projects.
Marriage Divorce & Children
Though Trigger does have her own identity, he is also known because of her ex-husband Jon Cryer. Cryer is an American film producer, TV director, screenwriter, and actor.
The couple tied their knot after dating for a few years. Together they have a son, Charlie Austin. But their relationship didn’t last long as the pair got divorced just after 5 years of their marriage.
After the divorce, Cryer married entertainment reporter Lisa Joyner, and Trigger married her new boyfriend David Dickey. At the age of 38, Trigger gave birth to her second child, Alex Dickey, with her spouse Dickey.
The duo: Trigger and Dickey are still together and are living a blissful married life without any news and rumors about extra-marital affairs, conflict, and divorce.
As of now, Sarah Trigger has an estimated net worth around $13 million. However, her annual salary is under review. Her significant source of income is her professional acting career.
Besides, Trigger receives $80,000 per month for the child support for the couple’s 17-years old son, Charlie Austin.