Sarah Scrivener is a 33 American cinematographer and makeup artist known for her work behind the cameras in the making of Oz the Great and Powerful(2013), Scream 4(2011), and The Ides of March(2011). Aside from enjoying a successful career as a movie maker, she became popular as Rory Culkin’s wife following their wedding in 2018.
While Sarah may not be as popular as her actor-husband who had his breakthrough in You Can Count on Me(2000), there is so much to know about her.
Fascinating Facts About Sarah Scrivener
1. Her Early Life and Background
Sarah Scrivener was born on May 17, 1990, in Michigan. As you would find, she shares a very close relationship with her parents, Michael Scrivener and Mary Ann Scrivener.
Away from this, not much is known about her childhood. Nonetheless, her husband, Rory(34) is the youngest of 7 siblings born to his parents, Christian Culkin and Patricia Brentrup.
2. The Michigan Native is a Cinematographer and Makeup Artist
Sarah has made a name for herself in Hollywood as a cinematographer and makeup artist. In most of the projects she worked on, she was a camera assistant, director, or loader as well as in the electrical department.
Also, she has handled makeup and taken a role of an additional crew member during her internship on the set of The Ides of March(2011). Per her Facebook profile, she is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild(IATSE Local 600).
3. How She met Rory Culkin
Sarah first met Rory in 2011 in the course work in the entertainment industry. At the time both were working on the set of Scream 4. While Sarah worked behind the cameras as a camera assistant, Rory acted in the role of Charlie Walker.
Shortly after, they started dating and were together for the next couple of years during which the pair worked on several production sets.
4. Paul Heyman Officiated their Wedding
After dating for years, they moved the relationship to another level by getting married on April 7, 2018. In a twist of events, the pair’s union was officiated by WWE hypeman, Paul Heyman.
The event happened in New Orleans, a day before one of WWE’s greatest events, Wrestlemania 34. Heyman who also doubled as the advocate of Brock Lesnar at the time not only interrupted their wedding with his gimmicks but also told wrestling fans to get tickets for the big event.
While having one wedding officiated by a hype man may be seen as another WWE-scripted show, it turns out the cinematographer and her husband are fans of the sport. Coincidentally, she and Rory shared this passion since childhood.
5. Is Rory Culkin’s Wife, Sarah Scrivener a Mother?
Though she has been married to Rory for some years, she is not a mother yet. For now, it is unclear why she and her husband have not produced any children.
It can only be assumed that the couple who often share their loved-up images on social media choose to concentrate on their careers.
6. Her Husband Comes from a Family of Actors
Aside from being a movie maker, Sarah is married into a family of actors. Starting from her husband who is a successful actor in his own right, other members of the Culkin family are equally as renowned. Her husband acted in movies like Lord of Chaos, Colombia, and You Can Count on Me.
Apparently, Rory’s father, Christopher Culkin was a stage actor whose children soon followed in his footsteps as actors. Rory’s other siblings include The Home Alone Actors Macaulay Culkin and Kieran Culkin.
Aside from their solo careers, the brothers have appeared together in some projects such as Igby Goes Down. Considering the fame of her husband’s family in the industry, it is not surprising that it added to her popularity.
7. Sarah Scrivener’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $800,000 which she made in her career as a cinematographer and makeup artist. Considering that cinematographers earn $57,000 on a yearly average, Sarah’s wealth is impressive.
While Sarah Scrivener’s wedding to Rory Culkin has added to her fame as a celebrity wife, her work as a cinematographer is likely going to make her one of the successful ones like Tami Reiker, Kathryn Bigelow, and Maryse Alberti.