“My wanting to produce was to see more stories that felt truer to my life experience.” – Sarah Randall Hunt ’06

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Sarah Randall Hunt (Class of 2006) is an award-winning actress and producer based in Los Angeles. She was interested in studying opera before realizing her passion for acting and pursuing her BFA in Musical Theater from Emerson

Upon graduation, Hunt moved to New York to participate in Off-Broadway theater, national tours, television, film, and commercials. Most notably, she’s worked with Larry Moss and the Groundlings Theater

Her accolades include nominations for a Broadway World West Best Featured Actress award and Best Comedy at Seoul Webfest. 

Beyond her successful acting career, Hunt is also the founder of 3TW productions, a company that seeks to change the “face of entertainment we consume to better reflect the world we live in.” Her mission is to champion inclusivity in every intricate aspect of identity, including but not limited to representing people of all ages and genders, as well as uplifting and highlighting the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities. 

Most recently, she’s worked on Stupid Cupid, a web series that follows 4 friends who humorously recount their past failed dates and their attempts at making meaning of the messiness that is modern love. The show has won Best Screenplay and Best Web Series Gold at the Queen Palms Film Festival and a Women in Film, TV, and Theatre Grant from MOME/NYFA. It also been selected to premiere at the 60x Emmy award-winning channel NYC Media