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  • Date of birth : 01/10/1974

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Sherri Saum (1974)

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Sherri M. Saum is an American actress.

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Saum got her start at a Model Search America convention near her home in Kettering, Ohio. She was discovered during high school, modeling mostly during summer breaks until she decided to move to New York and work full time with the New York modeling agency Images Management. Her career quickly turned from modeling to auditioning for roles in film and television. Her first major role in a TV series, was in the soap opera Sunset Beach as Vanessa Hart during the entire run of the series (1997–1999). She appeared in a variety of shows including Showtime's Beggars and Choosers (1999–2000), Girlfriends for an episode in , Charmed in , and later starred in another soap opera One Life to Live, from 2001 to 2003, as Keri Reynolds. Saum plays the role of Natalie on the FX series Rescue Me. Saum appeared in the Hallmark Television film Relative Stranger with Cicely Tyson and Eriq La Salle. She also appears in the independent film Ten Stories Tall with Ally Sheedy and Josh Hamilton. In 2009, she played Bess in Season 2 of the HBO drama series In Treatment.

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