Actress.  Writer.  Mental Health Advocate.

"Sarah Murphree is a natural

storyteller with a keen intuition."

- Jerry Corley, former writer at "The Tonight Show"

Sarah Murphree is an actress, writer, and mental health advocate in Los Angeles. Her passion for the arts developed at a young age when she observed the healing powers art provided for those struggling with their mental health.


When she's not working on set or doing hosting gigs, you can catch her on the digital network, Funny People Cry Too, where she writes about all things pertaining to mental health, teaching people how to heal through practical tips, techniques, and personal stories.


Follow her writing journey on Funny People Cry Too where you can stay up to date with her future published work!


SD Voyager


Sarah Murphree discusses Funny People Cry Too the sold-out, storytelling show she created to help end the stigma surrounding mental health conditions.

Nashville Arts Magazine


Writer, actress, filmmaker,

Sarah Murphree, wins

First place at the

Nashville Film Festival.

Sharon Wilharm Podcast

Actress, filmmaker Sarah Murphree shares her experience directing and producing her first film with filmmaker and speaker Sharron Wilharm.

The Retro Word

Sarah Murphree shares her journey

as an actor from Nashville to Los Angeles on the Retro Word with podcast host and actor Erick Lopez.


Sarah Murphree gives a true account of what it takes to be a female actress in Los Angeles while sharing her upcoming projects.

Nashville Film Institute

Filmmaker, actress Sarah Murphree is honored with a personal billboard for her work in the film community in Nashville, Tennessee.