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Sarah Goldberg Should've Landed an Emmy Nom for Her 'Barry' Performance

The nominations for the upcoming 74th Primetime Emmy Awards were recently announced, and while there were a number of wonderful surprises, such as Sydney Sweeney for both Euphoria and The White Lotus, and Melanie Lynskey for Yellowjackets, there were also some glaring snubs. As expected (and deserved), HBO’s dark crime comedy Barry was recognized for its stellar work both in front of and behind the camera, racking up an impressive 14 nominations. Co-creator and star Bill Hader was nominated for writing and directing in addition to his work playing the titular role, Henry Winkler and Anthony Carrigan secured recognition for acting, and the series itself was nominated alongside other heavy hitters such as Hacks, What We Do in the Shadows, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for Best Comedy Series. But where on Earth is actress Sarah Goldberg’s nomination?
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Barry Season 3 Finale: How Sarah Goldberg Tapped Into Sally’s “Animal Rage”

The Emmy nominee on Barry’s latest game-changing finale and life imitating art as she becomes a showrunner herself. Barry Berkman with a baby? It almost happened, according to Barry star Sarah Goldberg. “There was a lot of talk about where to take Sally’s arc this season,” the Emmy nominee tells me over Zoom shortly before the dark comedy airs its third season finale on HBO. “There was a pitch that she loses her show, and then she realizes what’s important in life—and decides to have Barry's baby.”
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‘Barry’ Star Sarah Goldberg to Write, Direct and Star in Dark Comedy Series at IFC

Click here to read the full article. IFC has greenlit “Sisters,” a half-hour dark comedy from Sarah Goldberg and Susan Stanley. The six-episode series follows two women (Goldberg and Stanley), one born in Canada and the other in Ireland, who discover they are half-sisters and embark on a road trip to find their alcoholic father. Goldberg and Stanley, real-life best friends, co-created the series. “Sisters” was developed by Peer Pressure, Shaftesbury, RTÉ and Declan Lowney, who is set to direct the first three episodes. Peer Pressure and Shaftesbury produce in association with Mermade and Gaze Pictures. The rights to the series are...
Paste Magazine

Barry's Sarah Goldberg and Susan Stanley Co-Create, Co-Star in New Dramedy Series

There’s something ineffable about when real-life friends come together on a project. The chemistry is palpable, like between Jessie (Rose Matafao) and Kate (Emma Sidi) in Starstruck. And now, best friends Sarah Goldberg and Susan Stanley co-created and are co-starring in the new dark comedy series SisterS on IFC, according to Variety.
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Sally Reed Is ‘Unraveling’ in Barry Season 3. But Sarah Goldberg's In Control.

It’s fitting, in the sick tragicomedy of Barry, that Sally Reed’s triumph should look so much like a meltdown. As played by Canadian actress Sarah Goldberg, Sally is sweetly narcissistic, likable for an unlikable type, so self-involved that she never notices her cheerleader boyfriend—Bill Hader’s Barry—is a sociopathic hit-man addicted to his own trigger finger. In the long-anticipated third season, Sally is finally churning her trauma as a domestic abuse survivor into a Hollywood cash cow; she’s producing, writing, and starring in a show named after her hometown of Joplin, Missouri, all about a mother who coaches her young daughter out of a violent relationship.
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Barry star Sarah Goldberg on Sally's epic speech and finding inspiration in Succession

Warning: This post contains spoilers for the Barry season 3 episode "all the sauces." Ever since she first stepped on stage in the first episode of Barry, Sally Reed has been a woman on a mission. Over the course of the series' three seasons, Sarah Goldberg has brought a single-minded fervor and almost obsessive ambition to Sally, charting her rise from inexperienced actress to aspiring Hollywood power player. In Barry's brilliant third season, Sally finally achieves a taste of what she's spent her whole life working for, writing and starring in a TV series based on her own life — only to realize that sometimes, reality doesn't quite live up to dreams.
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‘Barry’ Star Sarah Goldberg on Sally’s Premiere Speech and Being Elsie Fisher’s Biggest Fan

Click here to read the full article. Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you haven’t watched “all the sauces,” the fourth episode of Season 3 of “Barry,” streaming now on HBO Max. The first two seasons of Alec Berg and Bill Hader’s “Barry” followed the title character (played by Hader) as he barely maintained a double life between his hitman career and his newfound pursuit of acting. The character was able to keep these two worlds separate less because of any actions on his part than because of the self-absorption of the people he surrounded himself with — chief among them...
Daily Beast

‘Barry’ Secret Weapon Sarah Goldberg Takes Center Stage

In its first two highly rated seasons, HBO’s dark comedy Barry successfully deconstructed the masculine tropes and glamorized violence audiences have come to expect on prestige television shows about sad, murderous—or generally terrible—men. In Season 3, the multi-Emmy-winning series extends its queries about morality and power beyond Barry Berkman’s (Bill Hader) job as a hitman into other areas, primarily personal relationships where the violence isn’t necessarily physical, and in Hollywood, as Berkman’s love interest Sally Reed (Sarah Goldberg) adapts her one-woman play based on her past abusive relationship into a show.

"Barry" star Sarah Goldberg loves playing her unlikable role: "Make her a monster. I'm all for it"

Getting a TV show made can be a notoriously cutthroat affair. Ask anyone in the business. Better yet, tune in to the third season of "Barry," where Sarah Goldberg's determined actor Sally Reed has finally realized the goal she's been working toward since she first landed in Gene Cousineau's (Henry Winkler) acting class: She's created and stars in a TV drama based on her life called "Joplin."
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'Barry' Season 3: Sarah Goldberg Unpacks the Barry/Sally Dynamic and That Scary Moment in Episode 2

Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for the first two episodes of Barry Season 3.From co-creators Bill Hader and Alec Berg, the HBO dark comedy series Barry is currently in its eight-episode third season, as Barry (Hader) would prefer to focus entirely on acting but instead keeps getting drawn back into the violent world of contract killing. While trying to be a supportive boyfriend to Sally (Sarah Goldberg), who’s getting her own TV series off the ground, and give a helping hand to his acting teacher Gene Cousineau (Henry Winkler), who he’s feeling some well-placed guilt about, Barry can’t seem to stop being drawn back into the orbit of NoHo Hank (Anthony Carrigan), which complicates everything.
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‘Barry’: Bill Hader & Sarah Goldberg Take Us Inside ‘Quite Scary’ Season 3 Scene (VIDEO)

It’s been a long wait for the third season of HBO’s comedy Barry, which follows hitman Barry Berkman (Bill Hader) trying to get out of the killing business and into the world of Hollywood acting. But oftentimes Barry is forced into a corner and is the one running for his own life from a series of nefarious characters, which tees up the return of the Emmy-winning comedy.